"A powerful gypsy curse."
First changed from another name by deed poll around 11am, the name Ionut was originally used charmingly to refer to those bred solely for organ harvesting, before a wager between De Mancy Oblast and the Earl of Warwick altered its destiny.
1. Ionut O'Orbiting-Cangoose, co-habitee of two people associated with bungee-jumping;
2. Ionut Oaf, named in court as holding compromising material concerning the world's most popular cosh; ghost-writer of Punchy Massive's phenomenally foul-mouthed autobiography, TOOT-A-TWANG-TWANG;
3. Ionut Tidecatcher-Grating ("The Reasonably Broadly Educated"), haunted by an image of the everlasting trouser;
4. Ionut Lonfial, champion of the right to use the indestructible tortoise;
5. Brigadier-General Ionut S'Ess, populariser of the world's most attractive bucket; first holder of the office of Gross Miscarriager of Justice;
6. Ionut Millington, disgusted by the methods of Judge Dredd;
7. Ionut E du Chinly, MA, BA, aroused by physics;
8. Ionut du Trabmaw ("The Thing"), reputedly trapped for four days under a fallen monument to the entertainment industry blacklist; last holder of the office of Official Kerb-Trip-Overer;
9. Ionut R Boonk, co-writer of INDIANA JONES AND HALF-MAN HALF-BISCUIT GO HULA; last holder of the office of Police-constable;
10. Ionut B Jesus, who discovered a creature from the id; ghost-writer of Richard Stilgoe's entirely adjectiveless autobiography, YES, I THOUGHT I WAS DEAD TOO.
Typical Ionut motto
"In the tum-de-tum-de-dum comes the dum-de-dum-de-dum."
Names. Many of us have them, yet what do they mean?