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Weather Man Falls For The Old Fake Name Prank On Live TV [Video]

Leave to this Los Angeles weatherman to fall for the old fake name prank on his live TV broadcast. The name prank has been around forever. You take two seemingly normal names and put them together to form an often embarrassing phrase or innuendo.

Bart Simpson of The Simpsons TV show made a practice out of this by calling Moe’s Tavern and asking for such people as Al Kaholik (alcoholic) and Amanda Hugnkiss (a man to hug and kiss).

That’s what happens in this clip. The weather man says a special shout out to Hugh Janus, if you say it all together you get the joke. The anchorman sure got it. I would be willing to bet it was somebody on the TV crew that submitted the name.

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