Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 21:19:53 -0800


Subject: Re: DARE Queries in NADS 27.1

I almost hate to relate this, but it is TOO JUICY. My colleage relates

the story of his best friend in college, who was Little Dud Koch, son of,

you got it, Big Dud Cock! (Dudley, of course.)

On Wed, 22 Feb 1995, Daniel S Goodman wrote:

On Wed, 22 Feb 1995, Wayne Glowka wrote:

LITTLE--meaning junior, son, etc. I have a friend from Dublin, GA, with a

name that he doesn't like, a name he shares with his father and also his

grandfather, I believe. At any rate, my friend goes by a nickname, "Rock";

when he is queried about his father's name he always jokes: "Well, he's

Big Rock, and I'm Little Rock." The announcement is followed by laughter

and a change of subject.

My mother's cousin was known as Little Aaron even after he became taller

than Big Aaron. (Little Aaron's legal name was Richard -- Aaron was his

"Jewish name"). 1950's; New York City and Ulster County, NY.

Dan Goodman dsg[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]