These are funny! My crested Mallard was named--wait for it--- Sir Edward Duckle. And his mate, the Lady Duckle. Or Edward and Lady for short. My GLW roo is Red, VERY unoriginal. And my dad's white Rock was going to go through life known as 'Whitey' but my brother saved him and he is called Naploeon. Then the two 14-wk old cockerels, Domino and Straight Arrow(aka, Dinner) Then there is Bruce and Marble (both boys) and Accrue(aka Josiah (don't ask)) and Russell(pullet). Oh goodness, now I need to make a list. Matri- short for matriarch, a buff Rock Fulton- barred Rock Spotty- buff Rock that has wayy too many white feathers with her buff Cici and Mimi- both are barred Rocks, they are almost identical Chrissy and Missy- both are buff Rocks, also identical JJ- stands for Jeff, Jr. as her comb looks like the original Jeff Dom White- the dominant hen in the flock, she is a white Rock Honky- white Rock Beauty- an absolutely gorgeous partridge Rock that was named after the production of Beauty and the Beast Gazette- a barred Rock (we once had a BR roo named Newspaper, so she is in the same vein) Yellow- a very yellowed GLW (one of my more original ones ) Tawnbomb- EE Bluebell- EE Grayscale- EE Frightfull- EE Fudge- EE Houdini- EE, at 4 wks old slipped through the fence...somehow Short Round- GLW, named after the kid in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Two-Tone- GLW, named because GLWs have two colours!! Kevin- an EE that hatched from a brown egg (pullet) Seven- EE (pullet) Nigel- EE (pullet) Autumn- GLW/partridge Rock Noir- GLW Whew!! That's about all.