Booty?

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  1. jaxvid

    jaxvid Hall of Famer

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    How do you get the press to address you by three names as in John David Booty? I thought they only did that for assasins and beauty queens.

    And if your last name is "Booty" do you really want to call more attention to yourself?

    Too bad he wasn't a kicker. Then he could be referred to as "Kicking Booty".

    Good thing he wasn't born black. Can you imagine the first name he might have gotten?

    Maurice (Mo') Booty
    Big Az (like Az Hakim) Booty

    Anymore? Bart?
     
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    The three name deal used to be much more common than it is now, but you still see several players who do it, such as Joe Jon Finley at Oklahoma. I think of Heisman winner John David Crow from Texas A&M in the 50s. The Booty name is problematic anyway you say it, but its something those kids live with pretty well. John David has a younger brother QB'ing for Calvary Baptist Academy in Shreveport right now, and I imagine he will be a good college player too.
     
  3. Bart

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    I never thought about the three name thing before, your'e right. [​IMG]


    Jaxvid,Let's not forget his siblings.


    ImaBootyLotta BootyAnita Booty Max Booty Harry BootyPat A. Booty


    Seymour Booty Ivana Booty Ophelia Booty Chase Booty
     
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    I knew I could count on you for a good laugh!!!
     
  5. patriot

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    If he where black his first named would bebooty. I went to school with a kid named triptophane and a kid name edgecarft. both first names and both black.
     

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