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Anybody willing to do this? He seems kinda like a bitch. What is weird is that his wife actually is Vietnamese but they have pics. I would hit it, but not if it meant I had to take her last name.
No. woman want me to take her last name = not marrying that woman. My last name is ugly as hell too, being Greek and all, but the point stands.
What a pussy
I'm the last man left to carry the name in my bloodline. No way would this thought even cross my mind.
I wouldn't do it but Florida is crazy to accuse the guy of fraud.
I would take oprah's last name in a second. Colonel Winfrey has a nice ring to it actually.
This post was edited by ColonelAngus 18 months ago
Name changing seems like a hassle best left to women. That and doing laundry, I want no part of.
So what are you going to do when you get married to another gay man? Can't reproduce and carry the name and legacy on...
Adopt and change last name of kid? Success.
Here ... I'll do the honors, Vietnamese or not.
To achieve great things, two things are needed; a plan, and not quite enough time. -- Leonard Bernstein
That's not a man.
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
I'd change my last name for a woman... but I'd change it to something awesome like "McBigcock Van Der Velociraptor"
They probably decided that whoever had the largest dick would get to chose their last name once they get married and she won.
My sister was considering marriage to a guy with last name that phonetically went "pew"
Like the noise you make when someone farts. Needless to say, there were considering taking on our last name. Didn't matter tho - never got married....
A guy from high school took his wife's last name, but his maiden name was Dick.
Jethro Pugh was a bad motherfucker. Ask him how his name is pronounced.
Bad move, brah. The reflection from his Dome will blind you, then he's got the first swing. Game over.
I knew a couple that did this. Ended up with some ridiculously long, hyphenated last name. Pushed out a couple of kids, who were saddled with that monstrosity of a name. Then they decided it was ridiculous and changed it to a stylized version that was much shorted. But the poor kids still had the long form. It was ridiculous. Goddamn hippies.
Awe, man, you can't be giving up secrets like that!
I would never change my last name. Whole thing seems outdated to me. I told my wife I didn't care if she changed her last name or not.
However, I knew a woman in college who said the only way she'd change her name is if her husband agreed to the same thing - her maiden name hyphenated with his last name. She wound up getting married, and they both changed their name to her name hyphenated with his.
I can honestly say I didn't even care if my wife changed her name when we got married. I figured I wouldn't take hers (I like my name and it's my professional name), so why should she? She wanted to and eventually changed it years later, but I never really hassled her about it.
It is actually getting confusing to remember who people are on social networking after they change their names. With all the hassle of ID updates and $$, I wonder if it is even worth it anymore.
Don't think I could do it unless......Nahhhh
You're a better man than I thought you were.
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