Most fake names are used to disguise one’s identity or as pseudonyms for published works. However, there are many fake names that infuse humor either intentionally or unintentionally. These names draw attention and solicit grins for being ridiculous or for being wittily thought-provoking. Featured below are some of the most ridiculous funny fake names that appear on the Internet and in other media.
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This name is considered as one of the most popular fake sexual names especially used by young people who are too familiar with the Internet and the nasty things that come with it. The name appeared on a TV news report as the name of a homeowner. It may not be completely fake but for the most part, a search on Google usually leads to pages that use the name as a pseudonym or as user accounts. It seems it’s quite difficult to probe the real Mike Litoris.
This name seems to be a perfect partner for Mike Litoris – they’re both probably fake. Don’t get too excited! It’s not what you have in mind. They must be fake because they’re just too effective in pushing the double entendre. Dixie Normous is often used as a name in several online accounts like Facebook and Twitter. The Normous surname does exist and maybe a few people with the Dixie first name could actually be real people. However, this does not take away the fact that Dixie Normous has become too famous that many people online use it as a fake name.
Of course, you can identify the joke here. Mike Rotch is a popular gag name that has been used in on TV, particularly in the animated sitcom The Simpsons. The gag name was used along with other similarly funny names like Seymour Butts, Amanda Huggenkiss, Oliver Clothesoff, and Homer Sexual. There are real people who bear the name but if you look for “Mike Rotch” on search engines, most of the results that will be displayed are those of people who use it as a fake name.
Forgive the succession of these four names with carnal insinuations but they just happen to be the most popular ones. As expected of a generation too exposed to the not so good side of the Internet, there’s nothing much that can be done to slightly alleviate this apparent perversion. Jack Mehoff is another popular fake name used on social media and in various online accounts including YouTube. Mehoff is a real surname so it is possible that a real Jack Mehoff really exists. It is worth pointing out, though, that almost all of the Jack Mehoffs online are not real people or are simply account names and pseudonyms.
Notice how it sounds like “no offense.” This fake name is another commonly used name for creating online accounts. It’s on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and blogs. There are real people who really have the name but most of those who use it online are not real Noah Fence’s. This mischievous fake name, admittedly, is a great one to use in message boards or forums. Noah Fence wants to express his opinions, no offense meant.
This is a wholesome one. It’s a vegetable and is a good fake name to use on forums or bulletin boards created for vegetable gardeners, cooks, or vegetarian food enthusiasts. A “Brock Lee” search on Google will also lead to results about the anime character Rock Lee from Naruto. It’s possible that the name was also derived from the anime character although there are some results that show how the name was already used even before the Naruto anime and manga series became popular.
This bizarre name sounds ridiculous despite being the name of a real person. It has gained some popularity and is now being used as a fake name especially by those who just love singing karaoke. You can find many Carrie Oakey’s on the Internet. They even have accounts on Google+, YouTube, Twitter, and various music sites.
This is not exactly the funniest fake name around but it can still put some grin on your mouths. There are real people who bear the name but most of them only use “Joe” as a shorter form for Joseph or Jonathan. The many Joe King’s on the Internet are usually not real people.