Britons: Justin Case, Barry Cade, Ray Gunn

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LONDON, Feb. 24 (UPI) -- A Welsh Web site said a survey of Britons discovered residents with smile-inducing names, including Justin Case, Barb Dwyer and Anna Sasin. said its monthlong online survey discovered several other Britons with double-meaning names, such as Stan Still, Mary Christmas, Paige Turner, Chris Cross, Barry Cade, Sonny Day, Rose Bush and Pearl Button, The Sun reported Tuesday.


Other mirth-inducing monikers found by the Web site include Tim Burr, Max Power, Doug Hole, Terry Bull, Lee King and Ray Gunn.

"When the parents of some of those people mentioned named their children, many probably didn't even realize the implications at the time," a spokesman for the Web site said. "However, we can't help but smile when we imagine someone having to give their full name. There must be tremendous embarrassment every time they have to introduce themselves to anyone, especially to a crowd. Even their teachers must have had to hold back their smiles sometimes."

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