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What's in a Name?

The missing words are all common first names. Guess the name that completes the phrase.
Last updated: October 22, 2012
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Debbie Downer
Doubting Thomas
John Q. Public
Bloody Mary
Adam's Apple
Jim Crow
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Joe Six Pack
Lazy Susan
Jack of all Trades
Chatty Cathy
Gloomy Gus
Curious George
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Peeping Tom
Nervous Nellie
Simple Simon
Plain Jane
Honest Abe
Jolly Roger
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Smart Alec
Tricky Dick
Charley Horse
Even Steven
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level 55
Nov 29, 2012
Too much Sons of Anarchy on the mind. I saw "Crow" and "Sam" is the only thing I could think of.
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level 52
Nov 29, 2012
I'll be honest: I have never heard of Lazy Susan until Gravity Falls. I typed that in jokingly, and it worked. I had to look up what an actual Lazy Susan, because to my knowledge, she was just a creepy waitress who loved Grunkle Stan.
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level 23
Oct 8, 2013
me too
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level 58
Jun 3, 2015
A "lazy susan" does not normally refer to a person, but to a circular tray that sits in the middle of a table and spins around so that eaters can access different dishes or condiments. I have no idea why it is called a "lazy susan."
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level 18
May 17, 2017
ooops
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level 41
Dec 25, 2012
13.
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level 28
Dec 28, 2012
I could think of no other answer than 'Sheryl' for Crow.
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level 40
Jan 2, 2013
Debby Downer? Chatty Cathy? Gee, must be Americanism. Never heard of them. And Joe Six Pack... I vaguely remember Mr Burns from the Simpsons calling someone that now I come to think about it.
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level 44
Oct 10, 2013
Joe Six Pack is a generic name (usually in politics) to describe the average American, or typically the average voter.
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level 71
May 4, 2014
American ... never heard of Debbie Downer.
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level 75
Jul 16, 2014
I'm American - no Debbie Downer for me, either. And I think Joe Six Pack is a stereotype of an average blue-collar American who punches a time clock and comes home to drink a six-pack and watch low-class TV.
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level 43
Jun 1, 2015
@Quizmeister: I had heard of debbie downer before the SNL sketch. Perhaps it was a regional thing and known only in the New York City metro area where I grew up, but I knew of it before SNL. Also, it is sort of unrelated, but I had also heard of yada yada long before it was on Seinfeld, and while I love Seinfeld, I have always been annoyed when certain people credit Seinfeld for creating the saying. Bottom line: yada yada was not created by 'Seinfeld,' and Debbie Downer was not created by Saturday Night Live.
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level 54
May 21, 2013
Ha for some reason I kept trying Bloody Harry :)
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level 23
Sep 17, 2013
tricky dick
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level 44
Oct 10, 2013
[blank] Horse got me. Without a clue of some sort, I just didn't make a connection.
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level 45
Feb 28, 2014
Lazy Daisy! It's a stitch.
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level 60
Jun 1, 2015
Agree, should be accepted QM.
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level 73
Feb 10, 2015
Would've liked it to have been Nervous Norvus... :)
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level 71
Jun 16, 2015
Yeah - pour the crimson in me Jimson
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level 62
Nov 20, 2016
Transfusion!
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level 50
Jun 1, 2015
Interesting quiz - didn't know a few at all - shouldn't it be Tricky Dickie (rather than Dick)?
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level 76
Jun 1, 2015
No. This was a nickname used for Richard "Dick" Nixon.
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level 67
Jun 2, 2015
Tricky Dickie was going as a saying long before Nixon strutted the stage.
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level 56
Jun 18, 2015
honest _____ was doing nothing for me ... until I looked up at the picture beside the quiz. duh.
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level 60
Mar 11, 2016
I tried Mustafa for Doubting...
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level 58
Mar 11, 2016
Lazy Mary you'd better get up, we need the sheets for the table... Lou Monte
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level 38
Dec 5, 2017
I've always see nit spelled "Smart Aleck".