Crusty Chuckledoodle*

For a dose of silliness, follow the instructions to find your new name. (The following is excerpted from a children's book, Captain Underpants And the Perilous Plot Professor Poopypants, by Dav Pilkey, in which the evil Professor forces everyone to assume new names.)

1. Use the third letter of your first name to ; determine your New first name:
a = snickle; b = doombah; c = goober; d = cheesey; e = crusty; f = greasy; g = dumbo; h = farcus; i = dorky; j = doofus; k = funky; l = clicky ; m = sleezy; n = sloopy; o = fluffy; p = stinky; q = slimy; r = dorfus; s = snooty; t = tootsie; u = dipsy; v = sneezy; w = liver; x = skippy; y = dinky; z = zippy

2. Use the second letter of your last name to determine the first half of your new last name:
a = dippin; b = feather; c = batty; d = burger; e = chicken; f = barffy; g = lizard; h = waffle; i = farkle; j = monkey; k = bouncy; l = chicken; m = bubble; n = rhino; o = potty; p = hamster; q = buckle; r = gizzard; s = lickin; t = snickle; u = chuckle; v = pickle; w = hubble; x = dingle; y = gorilla; z = girdle

3. Use the third letter of your last name to determine the second half of your new last name:
a = glop; b = star; c = face; d = nose; e = hump; f = breath; g = pants; h = shorts; i = lips; j = honker; k = head ; l = tush; m = chunks ; n = dunkin; o = brains; p = biscuits; q = toes; r = doodle; s = fanny; t = sniffer; u = sprinkles; v = frack; w = squirt; x = humperdinck; y = hiney; z = juice

Feel free to share your silly pseudonyms in the comments!

*Thanks to high school BFF, Gren, for sending this to me!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Crusty-- it's Sloppy Dippin'chunks here. We are well-versed in Dav Pilkey lore here at abode. So well-versed, in fact, that when I checked my name on your listing, it didn't sound quite right. Sure enough, after consulting our own well-loved copy of CUatPPoPP, my temporary amnesia cleared and I once again knew my own, true name: Poopsie Toilet Pants. A much more sophisticated name than Sloppy, wouldn't you agree? (And on a serious note...I'm wondering if they've revised the books in the last few years to update the goofy names?) Regardless, they are hilarious, if mostly bathroom humor. If you're not too uptight about that sort of thing (I was *just* uptight enough to rephrase things like "Fart" when my boys were first reading them with me. That worked until they could read it themselves and then I was so glad they were reading, I didn't care. A word to the wise, however, beware of DP's "Adventures of Super Diaper Baby" which sinks even deeper. Think SouthPark for kids. Yes, I'm referring to the talking poo. Ewww!


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