Hi, My Name Is [Cheap Joke]
A character\'s name tag or T-shirt identifies them as a joke or obvious alias.
Characters who don't respect authority and/or formality, yet are obliged to wear name tags, will write something witty and/or obnoxious in place of their name. Just how witty or obnoxious can provided a visual clue to how irked the character might be about being required to wear one. Alternately, another character may deliberately fill in someone else's name tag in a way that will humiliate them.
- In one of the Nightside novels, a talking cartoon penguin working as a waiter has a name tag reading: "Hi, my name is: Piss Off, Tourist!"
- In Proven Guilty, Harry fills in his "My name is ___" tag for the SplatterCon!!! convention with "An Innocent Bystander". A policeman on the scene beat him to the punch with this joke, using "An Authority Figure" on his own tag.
- Josh Butterballs from SOI magazine in Arby n the chief.
- On Futurama, a Decapodian spy, wearing a ridiculously paper-thin disguise (Groucho glasses, an Afro wig, oven mitts, and a "Hugh Mann" name tag), manages to convince Zapp Brannigan that he's actually a human.
- In 6Teen, Nikki becomes assistant manager of the Khaki Barn. Her name tag reads "Ass. Man."
- In the Homestar Runner cartoon "The Luau," Strong Bad throws a party and gives everyone "Crap For Brains" nametags, so he can call everyone Crap For Brains.
- In the third Blade movie, the Nightstalkers use nametags with "Hi My Name Is Fuck You" when they bait some vampires into an ambush.
- Out-of-character variant on Due South: A store security guard has a "Niffug, C. M." name tag, which is conveniently shown in a mirror. Viewers who know their film history will spot this as a Shout-Out to Hitchcock.
- Real Life T-shirt slogan: "Hello, I'm : Drunk"
- In Shriek if You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth, a series of cats jump out at people, wearing name tags like "Cheap Shot" and "Lame Gag".
- Munchkin the card game, in its "The Good, the Bad, and the Munchkin" incarnation, has a card that functions as a Level +1 card and is called "Get a new Indian name". The card specifies that the new Indian name should be called out loud the instant the card is played, because otherwise the first name called becomes the player's new Indian name. The picture on the card illustrates the perils with a Dork Tower character wearing a "Hello, my name is" card that specifies his name as "Doofus".
- In What Happens In Vegas, Jack wears a name tag during Joy's company retreat that reads "Hello My Name Is: Joy's Bitch." Joy then proceeds to put it on the back of her rival coworker.
- How I Met Your Mother's Barney once tried to scam his way through a dating service with the alias "Jack Package". (It's pronounced pe-KAHJ)
- In one Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode, Willow dresses up as Joan of Arc, and stays in character by proclaiming that she "has a close relationship with God." This is represented by her boyfriend Oz, wearing a name tag that reads "Hello, my name is God."
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