Saturday, December 01, 2012

...and stereotypes always travel in pairs...

I picked up the terminology from Shootin' Buddy originally, but it's just so handy:
  • Seth and Jared...
  • Cletus and Jasper...
  • Ice Dog and Ray-Ray...
  • Tiffani and Amber...
Broad Ripple is like Seth and Jared and Tiffani and Amber Ground Zero.

16 comments:

JohninMd.(help?) said...

Sooo, you're out on Broad Ripple, gettin' ticked off with the herd beasts, at this hour? Run out of coffee or sumthin'? B-).

DanH said...

I've found that Parker and Payton works well for pairs of boys or girls nowadays ;p

James Sullivan said...

I probably don 't get out enough...which stereotype are Seth an Jared?

Rustmeister said...

Just hope Boudreaux and Thibodeaux don't come callin'.

Tam said...

James Sullivan,

College-age dudes. "Caleb and Noah" would probably be more contemporary...

James Sullivan said...

Got it. Although, even Caleb and Noah are becoming outdated, if that is the case.

I've seen an awful lot of Brodys and Carters, lately.

BobG said...

Frick and Frack were unavailable for comment.

Anonymous said...

Pretty good, but Cletus' buddy is named Edgel, not Jasper.

If Edgel is travelling with a woman, it's probably Madge.

Steve Skubinna said...

Don't forget Tiffani and Amber's BFFs, Brandi and Cyndi.

I went to college in Southern CA. Lots of them there.

Anonymous said...

Coy and Bubba (from Arkansas)
Rastus and Liza (from Pine Bluff, Arkansas)
Sven and Ole (from Minnasota)
Pierre and Boudreaux (from Louisiana)

Drang said...

Tiffany Amber Smiff, I mean Smith, is a major character in the web comic Powerpoint Ranger.

The Great and Powerful Oz said...

Being of Irish descent, Pat and Mike are the stereotypical names I'm familiar with. And I even know a set of brothers with those names.

brianturner2012 said...

Joaquin y Juan

Stretch said...

Bubba & Earl (moonshiners, SW Virginia)
Earl & Tyrone (crack dealers, Detroit)
Juan & Hector (coke dealers, Miami)
The Honorable & Esq. (grand theft by deception, Washington, D.C.)

JohninMd.(help!) said...

Annnd.... Stretch wins teh intertubes! (Honorable & Esq.; tee-hee!)

Windy Wilson said...

They travel in pairs because they take turns carrying the brain, you know.