Middle F-Bomb Name YKTTW Discussion
|Middle F-Bomb Name|
A character refers to himself by his full name, but replaces his middle name with an F-word.
Do We Have This One?, Needs More Examples, Rolling Updates, all that jazz. Some characters like to drop their own name... and then some characters like to drop an F-bomb into the middle of their name. Usually, this bit of gratuitous profanity replaces the middle name entirely. Jerkass and Narcissist characters love to do this. If it becomes a Catch Phrase or happens at least Once an Episode, Cluster F-Bomb may ensue. Expect some form of censorship to occur if this happens on network TV or basic cable... either the objectionable word will be bleeped out, or the character will say "Freakin'" instead. Characters also like to do this in regards to people they really hate. Or conversely, people they think are really cool or badass. Compare Third-Person Person, of which this is a subtrope. Can also be related to Metaphor is My Middle Name, but only if the situation being metaphored involves actual sex. Examples: Film
- In Saving Star Wars, Agent Smith uses "Harry Freakin' Potter" in a very derogatory fashion, suggesting that of all the Speculative Fiction fandoms he rails against, he hates Harry Potter the most.
- On Action, the protagonist loved to refer to himself in this way. He did it at least Once an Episode.
- Parodied in Shadows Of The Damned: Garcia Hotspur's middle name really is Fucking.
- A Very Potter Sequel has the song "Harry Freaking Potter," in which the ensemble repeats the words "Harry Freaking Potter" at least a dozen times.
- In the Editing Room script parodies, Samuel L. Jackson is always referred to as Samuel L. Motherfucking Jackson.
- In the Futurama episode "Silence of the Clamps," an enraged Zoidberg shouts "I'm John ****ing Zoidberg!". This was for shock value, as Zoidberg's normal character is normally that of a terrified, starving animal, and the Futurama cast normally self-censors.
- Fans of romance novelist Nora Roberts call her "Nora Fucking Roberts."
- I remember an interview someone did with Harrison Ford that went like this: