"Mr. Peanut is my dad—you can call me Rick."
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"No one whose name is pronounced that way lives here."
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"And will you take my name even if you wind up making more money than I do?"
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The Formative Years at Rockaway Beach
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"I've changed the company's name, Edith. Ours, of course, will remain the same."
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"Dickie and I were so relieved to hear that you were born with you hyphen."
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"Will you be keeping your own name or rebranding?"
"I do love you, Ross. But I'm not ready to hyphenate yet."
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"Mr. Goodrich, it's time we called each other by our first names."
"Daisy is my married name. It was also my maiden name."
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"Hey, man, to us you're just Bob. Around here, we don't do well with last names."
"We're giving her my name and his name, but we're not going to hyphenate."
"Your credit rating is fine, Mr. Deadbeat. It's something else that's making lending institutions wary."
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Mr. Store for Rent
"Nothing personal, but we'd like you to downsize your name."
"Look, darling, he's your baby, and you can name him what you want, but Mohammed Ginsburg?"
"Please call me Michael – Mr. Met is my father's name."
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"'Dear Mrs. Zeus?!' The name's Hera!"