Wednesday, February 8, 2012

"Imodium & Lomotil Law Firm, can I help you?"

My reader Sue says she works for an attorney in Arizona, and that they regularly get letters from another firm with an, uh, unusual name. To prove it she sent in their letterhead and website.





I'm glad they're not in medicine. Because in this field having "loose" and "brown" in the same sentence generally refers to something else.

Their website is (obviously) loosebrown.com. I have to wonder how many hits they get from people thinking it's a site for copraphilia fetishists.

Thank you, Sue!

20 comments:

Erika said...

This reminds me of the dentist I had many years ago, Richard Finger.

~Niki~ said...

LOL

C said...

Love it!

Packer said...

Sheesh, another lawyer joke.

Anonymous said...

My spouse and I had similar problems when we married. My surname was Brown and his is Harm. We were sorely tempted to just embrace the joke and have a sign that said "The Brown-Harm Wedding, brought to you by Imodium AD". Let's just say hyphenating was out of the question.

Amy said...

At least they weren't names "Code Brown"

thethingspatientssay said...

I know a GI doctor named Golightly. We also had a urologist named Foley.

Li'l Azathoth said...

"We're #2, but we try harder."

Jon said...

I knew of a urology group named 'Miner, Pierce, and Leake"

DocV

Word Verification: rimfill- waht happens when you have LooseBrown...

McDuckVet said...

The University of Georgia has the Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall. I always thought they should have just named it the Skidmark Building.

Chris said...

Awesome. I'm a legal secretary, have been for years, and I'd LOVE to answer the phone there everyday........"Good morning, Loose Brown, may I help you?" That would just never get old....snort.....

Anita said...

I'm a black woman, and I'm a secretary. If I told people I was a "Loose Brown Secretary" they'd probably think I was bragging about being promiscuous!

Tammie said...

We have a firm we used to do business with in some way at my workplace...it's called "Payne & Fears".

Becky said...

Growing up my dentist was Dr Rencher, and the local surgeon was Dr Cutter. Hey, it was Idaho...

Nurse Kitty said...

LOL I live in AZ I've seen the folks advertise

Anonymous said...

They need to add a partner...some one with last name of "Stools"...

Anonymous said...

Or how about a partner named Smellie?

tweetnurse said...

We actually have a Dr named Dr. Pepper...and he has red hair. He absolutely HATES people making jokes about his name to him! But come one I mean what did he expect?! Not like DP came out yesterday and he is a very young doc...

Spook, RN said...

Previous hospital I used to work at, had a pair of Urologists in practice:
Dr. Dick and Dr. Leak.

No, I'm not making stuff up...

Anonymous said...

Recently saw a license plate that a urologist had on his car:

PP MD

 
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