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To think this guy must be cringing?

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managedmis Mon 21-Oct-19 17:39:10

And never want to look me in the eye again?

Bloke at work was chatting about work and was spelling out some bloke's name : Cockrem.

But he didn't just say 'Cockrem', he said ' you know, COCK'

confusedhmm

I said, 'oh yes, him, John (not real name) Cockrem'

I was so embarrassed - surely he must have been?

Wtaf?

Not sure what my aibu is really confused

Janaih Mon 21-Oct-19 17:41:10

eh? confused

HauntedmessFrogbeaver Mon 21-Oct-19 17:42:38

What? confused Op, you need to explain grin

bobcat85 Mon 21-Oct-19 17:42:41

What?

CAG12 Mon 21-Oct-19 17:44:38

You just said cock to some bloke?! Is that it?!

Candle1000 Mon 21-Oct-19 17:44:53

confused

chesterfuckingdraws Mon 21-Oct-19 17:44:51

You nailed it OP.....WTAF

PancakeAndKeith Mon 21-Oct-19 17:46:26

A man said ‘cock’.
Is that it?
Call 101 and log it.

RoomR0613 Mon 21-Oct-19 17:46:35

I understand what you mean, I've had two similar discussions with immature colleagues.

One getting himself into a tizzy about the perfectly normal name 'Woodcock' and another 'Cockburn'. I interfered with the latter one to make sure they didn't make a tit of themselves pronouncing it wrong on the phone to a client.

It's a surname with the word cock in it. Get over it.

HauntedmessFrogbeaver Mon 21-Oct-19 17:46:46

I don't think she said cock. Think she said Co--ck--rem like Corem to correct him.

I think?

Dahlietta Mon 21-Oct-19 17:46:59

I think some bloke said cock to the OP, because it was in part of someone else's surname, but it's not entirely clear.

OPnameChange Mon 21-Oct-19 17:48:19

Is this that much of an issue? hmm

MrsToothyBitch Mon 21-Oct-19 17:48:25

You ok hun? hmm

managedmis Mon 21-Oct-19 17:48:34

He said 'COCK' not me! shock

I've put it in big letters cos he really emphasised it, booming voice :COCK!

Wtaf

That's not the guy's name though, cock just happens to be part of his name

HauntedmessFrogbeaver Mon 21-Oct-19 17:50:01

I've never heard of that surname. Sorry. I would've said cock too

MuchBetterNow Mon 21-Oct-19 17:50:15

I guess you had to be there 🙄

Idontneeditatall Mon 21-Oct-19 17:50:20

I still don’t get it. He said the word cock as part of someone’s name and you think he won’t be able to look you in the eye again?!!!

Witchinaditch Mon 21-Oct-19 17:50:24

Who are the 50% that think you’re not being unreasonable? I would t find it embarrassing but I would find it very funny!

Waiting1987 Mon 21-Oct-19 17:50:46

confused I still don't get why he should be embarrassed. I wouldn't blush if I said cockerel.

Witchinaditch Mon 21-Oct-19 17:50:51

Wouldn’t*

Todaythiscouldbe Mon 21-Oct-19 17:53:06

Ha ha. You wouldn't last two minutes where I work. I don't get it at all, he said cock???

NotACleverName Mon 21-Oct-19 17:53:26

We need a diagram.

HauntedmessFrogbeaver Mon 21-Oct-19 17:53:34

Don't play badminton. You have to hit a shuttlec**k

Bluerussian Mon 21-Oct-19 17:53:43

Hilarious, not.

How about the name, 'Condon', ? You can imagine kids sniggering and altering one of the letters.

'Rance' would be 'Rancid'.

You're not kids.

Lulualla Mon 21-Oct-19 17:56:26

What is everyone not understanding? He didn't just say it as part of them name, by saying "cockrem". If he'd just said the name, then there'd be no awkward moment. But he didn't. He as spelling it out and said "cockrem... You know... COCK". It's something 14 year old boys would do in school if someone's surname had cock in it. He stopped the normal reading of the name to go "you know, COCK". Emphasising the syllable with a haha, it's got cock it.

He's an idiot.

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