Last week, I was watching American Idol* and admirably substituting “Becky” everywhere in the songs that they sung “Baby” which is ALWAYS what I do. Dave was laughing at me when he wasn’t grumbling about the lack of talent this year because that’s ALWAYS what he does.

(aside time!! When I started dating Daver, I likened our relationship to that of Mr. Wilson and Dennis the Menace. What’s most full of the awesome is that I was motherfucking RIGHT.)

Anyway, since I use all social media to be a moron, I decided to be annoying and tweet the pointless shit that I always do rather than the deep and purposeful shit that other people do. So I said something to the effect of “I always substitute “Becky” for “Baby” in songs because no one ever sings about a girl named Becky.”

Well, Twitter is fucking smart. And before I knew it, I had a kajillion responses that were all, “you know what, duder? There IS a Becky song.”

And they were fucking right. There is. Only if your name IS Becky, you don’t want to know it, I assure you. Like, you really don’t want to know it.

I’m embedding it here, but I am telling you RIGHT NOW, do NOT listen to it at work or around kids and if Aunt Becky is warning you, you know it’s bad. It’s SO dirty that even I blushed and that takes WORK.

Anyway, after I saw that, I went to Urban Dictionary to read about my name. What I saw made me immediately want to change my name.

Becky” means one of two things, per Urban Dictionary.

1) to give a blow-job (apparently, white girls give the best blow jobs, for those of you who didn’t watch the Becky Song)

2) cocaine (that white girl Becky)

I’d always thought that Rebecca, my Hebrew name taken directly from the Bible from Rebecca, the wife of Issac, meant “to bind” and really that’s not all that sexy either. Often the “binding” part is in context with a noose. Wow. That’s hot. Rebecca makes you want to die.

So I’m sort of thinking it’s time to change my name to something that doesn’t mean:

1) BJ’s

2) coke

3) death

I’m sort of batting 0/3 here with the meaning behind my name. And I can’t be all “oh, but my MIDDLE name is awesome, so I can go by that” because when I got married I LEGALLY dropped my middle name (Elizabeth) and switched to my maiden name (Sherrick). So unless I want to go by “Sherrick” I am pretty much in need of a whole name renovation.

But first, I’m gonna have to scour Urban Dictionary to make sure I’m not inadvertently renaming myself something that means “Cow Shit” or “I Love John Denver” something.

So, Pranksters what does YOUR name mean? Is it better than “blow job?”

*Shut up, like YOU don’t watch it, too.

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108 Responses to Gimmie Some of That Becky

  • F. Haataja says:

    Aside from the actual definitions, a definition of Frank was listed:

    “A name for a old man who thinks he is still attractive to young women, usually wears Speedos at the beach.”

    I am 29 and currently engaged to a woman who just turned 23. I do not wear Speedos to the beach–a favor I have done for mankind that has not yet been returned.

  • Ms. Moon says:

    My name is Mary which I have always considered to be the BEST name because Mary was the mother of God. Right? Sort of?
    (And here I am reminded of something I heard about the Italians once which goes something like, “Most Italians do not really believe in God, but they do believe that Mary was his mother.” Amen. This could be entirely untrue and yet, it delights me to think about.)
    So yeah- Mary’s a great name.

    • Your Aunt Becky
      Twitter: mommywantsvodka
      says:

      Ben would have been Mary had he had a vagina. I love that name. I actually adore traditional names, even though I’m threatening to change my own name to a number now.

  • Kate says:

    Aunt Becky, the name “Rebekah” in the Bible actually means “captivating,” as in very beautiful. The “to bind” has to be taken in Biblical context, and our pastor explained that it wasn’t meaning “bound” as in a noose or something bad, but captivating. So there ya go. Your name is a lovely one and you are most beautiful. That’s what our pastor explained the meaning of Rebekah as.

    Anyway, my name is Katherine, which means “pure”. Yes, I was grossly misnamed.

  • Don’t forget about Sir Mix A Lot and Baby Got Back: “Oh. My. God. Becky. Look at her butt. It’s so big. She looks like one of those rap guys’ girlfriends.”

    I got that ALL the time from like fifth grade on.

    I always thought of Rebecca meaning to bind as in to unite.

    Mine and DF’s initials together are BJ. Which is why on our invitations I started with his name.

  • euphoriafish says:

    Observation: if you hit play just right on that YouTube video, you can get it playing in two tabs at once with just enough gap that the singer sounds MORE drunk and disorienting. For TWICE the headache.

  • ColinP says:

    Colin loosely translated from Gaelic means child. Which from a Taoist perspective is quite auspicious.

    I did manage to find another translation of Rebecca which is snare. Slightly better than bind…

  • Delicia says:

    Looks like my given name “Shelley” can mean:

    1-4: aww nice stuff *yawn*
    5: to have a woman tickle your balls while you masturbate
    6-7: The act of sexing up an overly confident person. Once finished, promptly jumping off while getting dressed and heading towards the door. Must make a quick escape thereby foregoing the bullshit of cuddling.

    I’m thinking I like my internet name “Delicia” better:

    1. Means delicious and it is a Brazilian slang used for indicating that the person is enjoying the sex.

    2. A person/persons who have a very loud mouth

    Both of those seem to describe me pretty well. ;)

  • CatPS says:

    My name Catherine means ‘pure,’ apparently. Hmmm. My initials growing up were CPP – get it? see-pee-pee? Elementary school can be brutal. By the time they started calling me CatP in high school, I didn’t really care.

  • terri says:

    i think you have just found the daver’s new favorite theme song for you.
    and they ain’t nothin’ better than a blow job. x8 i would appreciate this song playing every single, fucking time i visit your blog. i’d hear it often, in all of the awesome that it truly is. thanking you in advance! waaaiiit for it!

  • Melissa says:

    Melissa means Honey Bee. Which is fine I guess….

    Except I like every other Melissa born between 1967 and 1973 was named after a soap opera actress. Not the actress really, but the character. 1968 was the peak! The year I was born. Melissa was number 1 in my year. Meaning I went to school with like 30 other Melissa’s. To the point that we were all and still are referred to by high school mates with our first AND last names.

    • Your Aunt Becky
      Twitter: mommywantsvodka
      says:

      Honey Bee is cute! I think it’s wicked cute. And Melissa has been popular for as long as I can remember. It’s a good name.

      • Melissa says:

        HA! I looked up my Urban Dictionary version. I like it!

        Hottest girl in the known universe

        likes taking it from behind
        wow, you look like melissa

    • Cindy says:

      I am still traumatized by being called Cindy L. in first grade! There were 3 Cindy’s! 3!! Worst part was, when the other two moved away in the middle of the year, they still called me Cindy L.!!

      That’s why I tried to give my daughters “unique” names, except I fucked that up too! If I yell “Madelynn” in my kids lunch room- 50 little girls will respond! (And they all spell their name a little different) At least my other kid- November, won’t have that problem! (If I hear of any of you preggos snatching that name- I will find you!!)

    • Jennifer B says:

      Yep, I know THAT story all too well. Really, Mom? Jennifer was ALL you could think of? It didn’t occur to you that half the population was named Jennifer (because the other half was apparently named Jason, my Mom’s boy choice of names)? I dislike having a boring name. It means something ridiculous like “white wave”, although I guess I AM white, very white. Urban dictionary starts with “a fun, outgoing person. generally smart but can be a total blonde at times” and I’m sure it goes on to include some dumb sex stuff… but I’m at work and can’t access it. Oh well. Who writes this crap anyway and why? Anyway, my kids have semi-unique names but not ones that are too far out there. Gabriel and Keira. My daughter’s name will probably get butchered while she’s growing up, because we live in a predominantly hispanic community. Oh well. Can’t win ‘em all.

      • Heaven Gregg says:

        I had to laugh because I didn’t appreciate my name until my freshman year of highschool. I went to a small school and out of a total of 60 freshmen there were 6 Jens, Jennies, or Jennifers. And at least 3 Joshuas.

  • V says:

    Okay my name maybe weird and often confused with Victoria, Vicki, Veronica and every other V name (of which there AREN’T EVEN THAT MANY), but at least my name-song is classy… Totally Suitable For Work in fact.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HLY1NTe04M

  • Elly Lou says:

    I heart John Denver! John on my shoulders makes me happy!

  • Traditionally Anastasia, which Stacey is short for, means “one who will Rise again”.
    According to the urban dictionary it means a number of things including
    -a God like girl, great smile, nice rack and will go down on you in a movie theater.
    -Dumb, comes from a trailer trash-alcoholic family, low-budget, barely graduates high school because she came to school drunk everyday, has kids to try to trap a man
    -a beautiful redhead. plays video games. down to earth personality with a laid back attitude. loves to help people. overall she is the perfect woman
    and my personal favorite
    -A name for the most awesome girl ever. A girl who is constantly thinking about others and never herself. Good looking, kind, selfless, and funny. Loves surrounding herself with close friends and always enjoys life.

    Though probably the 1st urban one is closer off the mark

  • I wish my name meant blowjob. I’m named after some funky ass Buddy Holly song “Peggy Sue” and every time someone finds out my name they feel the fucking need to start singing the shit to me like they are being so god damn original. Rock on with your blow job cocaine cool name.

    • Amber says:

      You should look up Peg in the Urban Dictionary. I have an Aunt Peg and I will never let her see this unless I want cut out of the will. Seriously.

  • Well, Stephanie means “crown” or “garland”. So. Not so exciting, but not horrible!

    If I Urban Dictionary it, I get a lot of boring crap until I come to this one:

    “A girl who is more addictive than crack and internet porno combined”.

    My middle name is Mae. It’s definition according to Think Baby Names (dot) com is “the fifth month”.

  • Who knew that ‘Becky’ had such diverse meaning? ;)

  • Jacqueline says:

    HAHA! The real definition of my name is “supplanter” or “may God protect” as it is the female form of Jacob, Esau’s conniving little brother. I love urban dictionary’s definition more though.

    Jacqueline
    -the hottest girl you’ll ever meet. she has the most amazing eyes and will get amazing boobs and an amazing ass. she’s the best person you’ll ever hookup with and I mean BOTH! meanings. she can seem shy at first but once you get to know her shes the bomb. jacqueline is also a party girl and can get pretty crunk! shes very picky so if you get the chance to do anything with her then you better cause shes one in a million

    -a french name
    refers to either a red head or a big chested lady

    -Jacqueline is a term for a hot sexy mama with big boobs and nice ass, good at sports and is very intelligent.

    Just three of nine definitions posted but they all basically said the same thing which is awesome.

    • Your Aunt Becky
      Twitter: mommywantsvodka
      says:

      Dude. You pretty much are the awesomest ever. Maybe I should change my name to yours.

      • Jacqueline says:

        You definitely should. It puts all other names to shame and it’s practically a guarantee that you’ll have a great rack and nice ass once you change your name, if you don’t already. I mean how could nine urban dictionary definitions be wrong?

  • Mary says:

    I’m Mary, which means “Bitter”, and at times, “Sea of Bitterness.” No really, look that shit up. Yeah, yeah, Mother of Jesus, but seriously. Bitter. Bahaha.

    Also, it’s the name that gay men sometimes call each other. And then there’s marijuana. And an innocent girl. And don’t get me started on all the goddamn nursery rhymes.

    I *love* how everyone feels so clever when they call me, “Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary” or “Mary Had a Little Lamb” or whathaveyou. Never heard that one before.

    All that aside, I like my name generally. If I was 30 years older, I wouldn’t because I’d share it with everyone ever, but I’ve only met one other Mary who’s my age.

    • Your Aunt Becky
      Twitter: mommywantsvodka
      says:

      Old people call me “Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farm” which is, apparently, a book. That old people read. And then they think it’s HiLARIOUS to call me that. Which I’m all, “OH YOU.”

      But “Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary,” GAH, I bet that’s annoying. But Ben was almost “Mary” had he had a vagina. I love the name.

  • Ali says:

    Tears from laughter. So, so funny.

  • robert says:

    According to urbandictionary, Robert means -

    The most incredible guy in the universe, end of story. He’s sweet, caring, and truly amazing. He isn’t concerned with himself at all, but instead he’s concerned with other people. He always knows the perfect thing to say and the right time to say it. He takes your breath away and leaves you speechless. And he has a way of making your heart melt like no one else ever will. Robert is so wonderful, it’s almost impossible to find the words to match.
    That guy is so amazing… He must be a ROBERT.

    So, i got to believe urbandictinary is correct on all counts.

  • Stephanie says:

    Stephanie means “the crowned one.” Where’s my muthafuckin tiara, bitches?

    Urban Dictionary? “Stephanie is, to say the least, an incredible girl. She is an immediate soul mate, before you even have the time to realize it. She is gorgeous, but still stands out from the other pretty girls. She has a sense of humor that never dissapoints or keeps you from laughing. She has this aura about her that no one else could ever have. She carries herself with grace worthy of Grace Kelly herself. Stephanie is loving, unique, and maybe even a bit quirky; but its in a cool addictive way. Once you meet a real Stephanie, don’t ever let go.”
    Again, where’s my muthafuckin tiara? :)

    I was an SH (yeah, I heard shit head…a LOT, then became an SS (what am I, the fuckin Minnow?). Although, I loved my maiden name, so I hypenated my middle name. Yeah, I’m awesome.

  • Brooke says:

    My name, Brooke, means “little stream” or “dweller by the sea,” depending on the website. It could be way worse. My old middle name meant Rose, but like you, I dropped it for my maiden name. On Urban Dictionary, I get all kinds of good stuff, though I can’t remember exactly and I can’t see it at work. The gist, though, is that my name means I’m hot.

  • Stephanie says:

    LMAO! I can’t stop laughing. With you, not at you, promise. ;)

  • Well, traditionally, my first and middle names mean “Ireland” and “pure” or “peace.” The urban dictionary meaning for my first name is “a female who has the body of a goddess and the brain of a genius. Men are drawn to her good looks and her awsome sense of humour. Out of all the females in the world its these who rule.” How super duper awesome is that? The one for my middle name is “The most beautiful girl in the world. She is perfect in everyway, and is liked by all. She is loving and caring and will always be there for you. She is gorgeous and sexy. If you happen to come across one, dont ever let her go. I know i won’t.” Ba-Zing!

  • soccermom says:

    I think mine is pretty damn good.

    SoccerMom-aka michelle
    Hebrew meaning “like God”…michelle’s are often Leo’s, astonishingly gorgeous, very athletic, dark hair and usually curly/waivy/thick, another thing is that almost all Michelle’s have similar noses.

    Also I was named after the Beatles song “My Michelle”

    Sorry no Blow Jobs here.

  • Kelly says:

    Kelly means Warrior Maiden, Urban DIctionary says Kelly’s are whores….I had to skim a bunch before I could find a nice one. My parents named me after a little girl in a horror flick they watched right before I was born. I had been Danielle, Danni for short before they watched the movie…

  • Patty Punker says:

    patty = slang term for saying somebody is full of the vulgar, unnecessary pain and emotional turmoil usually of a immature nature.

    i keep telling people i don’t make this shit up.

    i like your number name idea! if you go with 12, can i go with 13 — as in friday the 13th?

  • a says:

    My name means beloved and if there is a foul definition in the urband dictionary, it didn’t even make it to the first page, and I’m waaaay to lazy to search beyond that!

  • Marie says:

    Marie. Nobody is named Marie.. I was named after my grandmothers.. yep, it’s everybody’s middle name.. but it’s my first name. Growing up I never got those cool pencils with sparkles and your name down the side unless I wanted to change my name to Maria, which I did not. Not that Maria isn’t a perfectly lovely name. I just wanted MY name on the sparkly pencils.

    confession: To this day, if I find something with my name on it, I almost always but it!

    • Your Aunt Becky
      Twitter: mommywantsvodka
      says:

      Ah, but the Bob Dylan song, “Where are you tonight, Sweet Marie?” That line is BEAUTIFUL.

      And I always wanted a “Becky” pencil too! We should buy them as adults.

  • Ed says:

    Ed = rocky womb where one’s seed can find no purchase.
    Or, as my Irish dad used to say to me mum, “Ow about a lit’l Ed?”

  • Rebecca says:

    You and me girl, we share the same name. Although, I do frequently go by Rebecca….which has a better meaning in the urban dictionary…………

    Oh My God, Becky look at her but…………..(sir mix a lot)

  • Mystern says:

    So this has been a hot topic of late, and upon searching my own name, I found this (replacing Mystern with the actual name, duh):

    A man who is a bad mutha. Most likely a ninja or some other bad ass profession, such as porn star, elected official, super-athlete or even C.E.O. of your mom. Disclaimer: Will fornicate with any friends hot mom with out regret. A Mystern is a cold blooded panty bandit with the future in his eyes and fire spewing from his mouth.
    A Mystern usually makes good money, certainly more than you, yet your not exactly sure how. An enigma will spontaneously combust if ever to come into contact with a Mystern.
    A Mystern can be found in Public places such as cities, towns, or Canadian territories. A Mystern can also be found in the isolation of the deep wild where he may be pondering ponderous thoughts of the very existence of time and space which would cause lesser men’s heads to implode in the manner of a rather disturbing sucking sound.
    I digress explaining a Mystern any further would simply take away from the only pleasure you will know for the next 20 minutes. The basking in of the the thought of the very essence that is. A Mystern.

  • leanne says:

    Traditionally my name is a combination of Lee and Ann. Lee means plum (Chinese), poetic (Irish), or meadow (English). And Ann means gracious.

    Though my family almost never called me Leanne when I was growing up. Actually, that’s how I could tell when my parents were upset — they’d call me Leanne Melissa (first and middle names). Otherwise, they called me Missy.

    And for grins… from the Urban Dictionary:
    A name normally given to only the most gorgeous of girls.
    (it also says I’m a princess, love to laugh, am a great friend, and am the nicest person you’ll ever meet)

    That was a nice ego boost for the day :)

  • meredith says:

    dude. my name means queen of the sea pearl. and sea pearls are considered a sign of sorrow. bah.

    better yet. my mother’s name is jane and in the second grade, the ‘bad kid’ in class was named james. as such, the teacher would shriek, “james!” and she would jump. to minimize the nervous anxiety, she changed her name to edward for 6 months until the kid was expelled.

  • Amanda says:

    Babynamesworld.com says Amanda means “She who must be loved”

    Up until the 8th grade I got “It’s a man! DUH!”

    Urban Dictionary says…

    A women named Amanda is typically very beautiful with an incredible body and nice eyes. They are known to be very loveable. Amandas are envied by other women.
    1. Damnnn, Amanda’s lookin’ fine today, as usual.
    2. I wish I was Amanda, shes so pretty and nice!

    a woman who doesn’t take shit from anyone, even her own parents. She does things her way when she wants where she wants how she wants with who she wants
    i love lucy’s attitude. it’s an amanda attitude.

    Most have a nice and big butt. They grow into their boobs and are really sweet and kind. You could never stay mad at an Amanda. They are loveable and kind. They never miss a chance to say sorry for anything. Everyone loves Amanda.

    The most awsome event, person, or place.
    That party was so Amanda!

    an extremly beautiful girl. very loveable . awsome kisser . nice curves , everything you want in a girl
    friend 1: yo i met this girl her name is amanda.

    friend 2: is she thick ?

    friend 1 : of course her name is amanda

    Today…I am on Urban Dictionary’s side!!!

  • Regina says:

    Never knew that about the name Becky. I learn something new and disturbing every day.
    My name means queen. Tell that to my family!
    My Italian doctor once asked me why there are so many Irish girls named Regina(like me). My Dad named me after some nun he was once in love with. I think it just has to do with the Catholic thing, giving your daughter a name loosely based on Mary.

  • Denise says:

    Denise – A daggy old granny name, hard core sex, goddess, generous, best ob doc in the world, a bird

  • ColinP says:

    Come to think of it you might want to consider changing to Sarah which means princess in hebrew.

  • Krissa says:

    OK, how about try having a name that no one has ever heard of and means NOTHING…ANYWHERE…TO ANYBODY.
    Sincerely,
    Krissa

    PS And not only that, but my middle name is Ayn. Like Ayn Rand, only my parents pronounced it Ann. I am assuming they didn’t know how Ayn Rand pronounced it. (She’s Russian.)
    Whatev. Try finding THAT on a key chain.

  • Krissa says:

    She Was Russian. She be dead now.

  • Leah says:

    Here’s my urban dictionary definition.

    To describe something of such superb standards it almost cannot be described by any word or sentence or onomatopoeia in the English language.

    Oh man, look at that Leah!
    She soooo sexy!!!!

    So…..I’m pretty much awesome. And even though it’s spelled differently, I share a name with the lovely Lea Michelle. But, YOU my dear, are the one who looks like her. So you rock as well.

  • Amy Mayfield says:

    Amy is a pretty good one, actually and shockingly.
    A sampling from Urban Dictionary:
    Someone very awesomish
    to take, hold, or steal your heart. a person who is a soulmate. a good lover.
    An amazing girl who can be seen as perfect in all ways, even though she’ll never admit it. (Note: I would TOTALLY admit it)
    Sadly, the only Amy song is pretty sucktastic and by those Proud Prarie people.

  • Wishing4One says:

    Thank God there was not an accompanying video can you imagine, shit man! I am not even going to look my name up, its French and I bet its dirty, LOL!

  • terri says:

    i have opened six windows, waiiiiittttt fo’ it, and staggered hitting the play button on each one. can aunt becky raise her hand? ’cause she needs to be bitch smacked for posting this video now gone viral in my brain. thanks.

  • Dawn says:

    How bizarre. How do our names become Urban Dictionary-worthy, yet we never hear about it?

    At least mine weren’t horribly vulgar. The first, except the ‘young’ part, fits to a ‘t’. *ahem*

    1. Dawn. The beginning, the early morning, the best is yet to come.

    A blonde haired blue eyed young lady that is smarter than most of her counterparts. Zodiac sign is usually cancer but may also be capricorn. Extremely funny and well versed in medical knowledge.

    2. v) – To be dawned.

    Setting a person on fire (or just burning them), then whacking them in the head with a pot, then throwing ice cubes at them, then injecting them with air to cause an embolism. Usually fatal.

    My lecturer gave me a bad mark for my experimental sound assignment, so I dawned her.

    3. A female who is intelligent, deliciously sexy, and stunningly gorgeous. One who is able to make men burn with desire.

    An extremely popular name in the 1960s and 70s.
    Alternate meanings: Sunrise, daybreak.

    Note: women named “Dawn” really hate “crack of dawn” jokes.

    Wow, that woman is sexy! A total Dawn…

    Sadly, these do not apply to me. I appear to have been thoroughly doused with Man Repellent. Or born with Harry Potter’s cloak of invisibility permanently affixed. For the MENS they do not like me. Unless they’re married to someone else, and then I’m irresistable, apparently.

    There are two Dawn songs of which I’m aware. One is not so bad, “Dawn Go Away I’m No Good for You” by (I think) The Four Seasons. But the second one falls into “risk your life if you sing it at me” territory – “Delta Dawn” by Helen Reddy, who shall burn in hell for her perfidy in recording that horror of a song.

    And don’t even mention dish detergent to me.

  • Nicole says:

    You have to dig through a few pages of “hot,” “smart,” etc. to get to my favorite definition:

    A nicole is a rare kind of sea anemone that can fly. Nicoles can only fly from 2:37am-3:16am. They are extremely rare and have supposively been seen around madagascar and the line islands.

    I should have that put on a business card.

  • SciFi Dad says:

    So wait… Dave practices erotic asphyxiation using a noose as you blow him while watching American Idol?

    Dude is my hero. Seriously.

  • SciFi Dad says:

    Damn, I missed out that he does all that high on cocaine.

    He is a god.

  • I have to admire any songster who uses “licky, licky” in his lyrics.

    And my name, it means “angelic.” A truer statement was never spoken.

  • Gina says:

    First, I secretly LOVE AI. See? I even used an acronym for it, which means AI and me are that tight.

    Second, my name in Urban Dictionary basically means “an awesome person who is sometimes a Mexican” (check and check) so I would say it’s pretty right on.

  • mrs ellenoy says:

    Yeah – given name Kathleen, which was actually really nice when I was growing up EXCEPT for the fact that everyone tried to turn me into a Kathy. They failed. So the traditional definition is pure, which quit applying in college, and although urbandictionary.com has a lot of ‘sexy, awesome, blah blah blah’ about my name, it ALSO has the following 2 entries:

    ‘An adult beverage consisting of one shot good Kentucky bourbon whiskey and six ounces Tab, served on the rocks with a slice of lemon and a maraschino cherry. Reputedly named for its creator, and favored by intellectuals, writers, grammarians, and teachers.’ TEACHERS. Damn straight. And also:

    ‘A girl who camel toes in all of her senior pics.’
    And THAT is awesome. Not that I do that….but still. AWESOME.

  • Becky says:

    As another Becky in the world (can there ever be too many?) I would like to thank you so much for the suggestion to insert “Becky” for “Baby” in any song, much as Cartman replaced “Baby” with “Jesus” and became a recording sensation on South Park. This will be my new favorite hobby. I usually sing “boobie” instead of “baby”, but this works too!

  • Bobbi says:

    Let me point out I live in the Northeast. Not Florida or Texas or someplace where my name would be semi-appropriate. No one in my family comes from Florida or Texas or anyplace they could have found my name and thought it normal. They named me Roberta so they could call me Bobbi. No problem there. I kind of like Bobbi. (Hate Roberta.) But then they had to take it a step too far. They gave me the middle name of Jo. Just Jo. They gave me the middle name Jo just so they could call me Bobbi Jo. Hated the name even while in the womb. So eventually people started making nicknames out of what was basically my nickname. And what’s the best nickname for Bobbi Jo? BJ. So I spent high school being called a sex act.

  • Zakary says:

    My name means God Remembers. BLAH.

    I WISH it meant cocaine or blow job, you are so lucky.

    And SciFi Dad’s comment just made me fall off my chair laughing.

  • Susan says:

    Which is better…a song using your name in reference to a good blow job OR having a song about how a guy wouldn’t let you give him a blow job?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c–WKe9t_2c&feature=related

    Plus…what a creepy picture!!!!

  • Fizzlemed says:

    Must get Becky fo I bo? WTF is bo?

  • giggleblue says:

    i thought you knew the song existed… now imagine a bunch of 8th graders running around singing it. especially when they have no clue what becky means.

  • amanda
    Twitter: amandamagee
    says:

    I was pleasantly surprised to find “amanda” at urbandictionary.com and furthermore to find that the first entry suggested it’s a hot woman. You win though, the whole BJ thing, well, that’s pretty f*cking (or sucking as it were) awesome.

  • gigi says:

    So on urbandictionary.com my real name Geraldine is: A very saucy girl whose words are misunderstood due to a groggy voice from a long night of partying.
    “Say what? You sound like a Geraldine… late night?”

    Which is great because I have a little bit of “whiskey tenor” from last night’s festivities!

    However another definition is this: A small town in the South Island of New Zealand, known mostly for its huge drug population, heavy teen pregnancy rate, and ability to suck people in so they never leave.
    “Hey, I’m heading out to Geraldine to get baked”

    The name I use on the internet is Gigi and apparently one definition is foreskin…great…

  • Rachel says:

    Rachel means “ewe” as in, female sheep. My sister is Rebecca, and I always thought the “to bind” was in the “marriage” context (being bound in marriage). I’ve also heard “precious” as a definition of Rebecca. Not that I was bitter about being a female sheep.

    Why does Firefox accept Rebekah but not Rebecca? Do you actually know any Rebekahs? Everyone I know by that name spells it Rebecca….

    After marriage and changing my names around, my first and middle names are Rachel Korpan. I made a push to go by R. Korpan, because I think Korpan’s would be a pretty hipster name. Maybe you could go by B. Sherrick? B-Sher? …Makes you sound a bit like a rapper.

  • Teresa says:

    You should become a Teresa!

    A bodacious beauty with full lips, luscious locks and dark mysterious eyes.
    Most Teresa’s are sensitive, caring listeners, but they also have their mischievous, fun-loving sides.
    A great girl that any one would be lucky to have as a friend or special someone.
    “So what’s your new girlfriend’s name, bro?”
    “Her name’s Teresa”
    “Damn, she must be a looker.”
    “Hands off, she’s mine!”

  • Caitlin says:

    I feel like my life is much better now that I’ve heard that song.

    My favorite: The only correct way to spell this name. It does not include: Caitlyn, Catelyn, Catelin, Kaitlin, Kaitlyn, Caitlynn, Caitlan, etc.

    This one is nice too: model looks, with big tits. and really good at blowjobs

    A ginger bitch, who secretly tries to steal your money

    I like these for my dude’s name- Steve.

    A thong that is visable above the trouser line of a girl. A useful word when spotting a thong or pointing one out without the girl knowing.

    he action of sticking, or getting stuck in the ass with a thumb, preferably knuckle deep, but the depth isn’t a major factor.

    That’s some classy shit.

  • James says:

    well according to urban dictionary James means well hung or a heavy and girthy penis or one who is absolutely fantastic and your favorite at least one of those is good

  • edenland says:

    I give the best blow jobs, in the whole world. First guy I ever blew …. was for some drugs in a nightclub toilet. Told me it was his best ever. I don’t know why I’m telling you this, but man, Becky …. I mean Baby …. I just love that I CAN tell you, without any fear of judgement XOXOX

  • Anna says:

    My name is Anna, and I am very proud of it. Urban Dictionary tells me it means:
    1. The name for the most awesome person ever, It is impossible to fit so much awesome into any other person.
    4. -1. beautiful, hott,*sexy*, gorgeous, fine, babe
    -2. omnipotent, smart
    -3. SPUNKY, lively, outgoing
    -4. amazing, awesome, wonderful
    -5. perfect

    Yeah, there’s a whole bunch, I’m sure on the last pages it means something dirty… going to check. No, it turns into asshole comments. Good thing I don’t have the attention span to go past the first page of these things. :)

    Although, in Finnish “anna” means to give, or give to.
    So, often I enjoy hearing people say “Anna Annalle”, Give to Anna.
    Though it does make every day conversations confusing in Finnish if I’m not paying attention…

    My name is also a Palindrome. :) Take that, and rewind it back.

  • Badass Geek says:

    My first name means “who is like God”. Talk about pressure.

  • Cohiba says:

    I suddenly like my name a lot more..

    Jeremy

    A named based on the biblical name Jeremiah. Used as a name for children who are blessed with a large brain and/or penis. Also used as a replacement for “perfect”.
    We had a child and it had a very large penis so we named it Jeremy.

    4 buckets of pure awesome rolled up into a tasty bite sized homunculus. Looks good in drag. When he opens his mouth, pure clever spews out and penetrates all those who dare oppose him. He is the master of the universe.

  • Dora says:

    Becky, at least the fact that your name is slang for a bj is not because of you personally. Poor Ms. M. It’s all about her when someone wants a Lewinsky. :-(

  • Brandon says:

    So, I always read but rarely actually bring myself to comment… Seems like way too much of a commitment that I’m not ready for. But I think I’m ready to take the plunge and add my two cents onto this wondrous, magical blog…

    Anyway, speaking of music with your name in it– I understand how you feel about not really having your name in a song… Brandon doesn’t often pop up. However, one time trying to find one, I came across this Motley Crue classic… and by classic I mean, probably the worst Motley Crue song ever penned..

    At least yours is catchy ;-)

  • bashtree says:

    My name is Ashley and its technical meaning is not very interesting – it’s an Old English geographic identifier (meaning, ‘people who live in the meadow of the ash tree). Urban Dictionary says nothing of use about my name, sadly.

  • Allison says:

    My name’s Allison, which comes from Alice, “noble truth.”
    This is funny, because my family is one step above trailer trash and I lie like a rug on the floor.

    Urban Dictionary tells me that it means someone defined by brains, beauty and class, or in more general terms, the most awesome woman in the room/school/city; every guy’s dream girl.

    So far so good, right?

    I was named after the Elvis Costello song. There’s an urban legend that it’s about meeting his high school sweetheart at his high-school reunion and wanting to save her from her miserable life by shooting her. The truth is, it’s about seeing a former crush in the supermarket, and she is so depressed and disappointed about her marriage to a man that “took all he could take” that “this world is killing you.”

    I hate my parents.

  • Cass says:

    Cassandra = Prophetess of Doom and/or ensnarer of men.
    On the one side, yay kickass, but at the same time – prophetess of doom? Who are we kidding? and I’ve never ensnared a man in my life. Wait, lemme check – honey? no? okaaay.

    Feel not bad, Aunt of the Beckiness… one day they will redefine Becky thanks to your bloggy pearls of wisdom, and Beckys everywhere will hail you as their goddess. No, really.

  • Virginia says:

    Virginia…. the virgin, purity, pureness blah blah blah.

    Generally when people here my name I get “That’s my grandma’s name!” This from people my parent’s age, and I’m 24. There are few and far between Virginia’s under the age of 60 that I know of.

    To add to that are the fun words that can be made from my name. First, virgin. I had to learn quickly what that ment because it was a little odd when someone in the 2nd grade told me I was a virgin (in a very snarky way) and I of course not knowing what it ment, screamed back “No I’m not!” The teacher promptly taught me what it ment. Second is that people commonly call me vagina, or more amusingly ver-gina.

  • Catizhere says:

    So I’m a little late to this post, sorry.

    My name is Catherine Elizabeth. As mentioned earlier, Catherine means “pure”. Elizabeth is “consecrated to God”
    Urban Dictionary gives me this:

    Catherine 1069 up, 139 down
    An amazing individual who beasts at everything. She takes crap from no one and makes people laugh like there’s no fucking tomorrow. Sweet most of the time but will shut a bitch up quick. Shes athletic and loves music.. and shes a sexy piece of ass as well.
    Jake: dude, whos that fine girl over there?
    John: you dont know!?
    John: that’s catherine!

    Elizabeth:
    The most amazing, beautiful, awesome, spectacular, gorgeous, cute, incredible, breathtakeing, wonderful, pretty, adorable, and most importantly cutifulazing girl ever.

    I LOVE my name. I hated it when I was in school, because really? 18 friggin’ letters??! Plus the 5 from my last name. GAH!

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  • Lucy says:

    Becky seems like such a sweet name to mean all of those “dirty” things. But don’t change your name–wear it with (dirty!) pride!

    My real name (Sara) means….are you ready…Princess. And you better believe I remind people of that fact on a regular basis!

  • Kendra says:

    I am now in love with Urban Dictionary. I haven’t been there in years, not since I was a closed caption writer from the whitest of suburbs who found herself having to transcribe song lyrics where I didn’t have any idea what they were talking about most of the time. So I went and looked up my name there (elsewhere, it tells you it’s from numerous old names and means things like “son of Henry”). Many choices, mostly that Kendra means your a total badass, which I enjoy but it could not be less true. But this, hands down, is my favorite:

    Kendra is a girls name. It has serveal meaning in several countries. Which include meaning: understanding, knowledge, bearded-man, and water baby. It is also the feminine version of Kendrick.

    Rick: Wow, that girl really likes to swim.
    Bob: Good thing her name Kendra- it means water baby.

    “Bearded-man”? That is a truly awesome name.

  • I’m fine with my name meaning cocaine. I make people think they are awesome and not want to sleep or eat! But blowjobs? I’d rather not be synonymous with those.

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