22 People With Hilariously Perfect Names for Their Jobs Some people have the perfect names for their jobs. So here are some of the best ones. Matthew Loffhagen PC Rob BanksImage By: BBCThe most recent viral treat from this list, British cop Rob Banks must get some strange looks from his fellow officers. It seems a lot like he should be in the opposite line of work. Lt Les McBurneyImage By: BuzzfeedRob Banks must know how it feels to be Les McBurney, a fire martial. How unfortunate that his name sounds like an invitation to start fires. Aaron FarrImage By: Sky News Here's a more appropriate name. Aaron Farr sounds awfully like "I run far," which is exactly the sort of name you'd expect from a runner. Chris MoneymakerImage By: ESPN.Chris Moneymaker is another person with an excellent name who knew just what he needed to do with it. Moneymaker is a professional poker player, because of course he is. Sgt Paul PaulosImage By: BuzzfeedSargeant Paul Paulos works for the St. Paul Police Department. You can never have too many Pauls in your name and job description. Oliver LoserImage By: Bored Panda Never back a Loser, especially in politics. You have to admire the tenacity of Oliver Loser, who must have known how silly his name sounds in English, when he decided to run for local office anyway. Here's hoping he won. Sara BlizzardImage By: BBCSara Blizzard is not a name you want to associate with the weather. Yet, she's become a national weather anchor, with audiences no doubt panicking every time her name comes up on screen. Dr Warren DockterImage By: BBCA truly persistent academic won't let their surname stand in the way of achievement. This is how Dr Warren Dockter ended up doubling down on his PhD. Lord Russell BrainImage By: Reddit. Lord Brain may sound like the name of a Power Rangers villain, but the man (full title: Russell Brain, 1st Baron Brain, because the British ruling class loves redundancy) is actually an accredited neurologist. Jaime Cardinal SinImage By: WikipediaThere's something wonderfully ironic about a cardinal named Jaime Sin. Best of all must have been when he was delivering sermons about a cardinal sin, himself also being a Cardinal Sin. Dr Will TickelImage By: Tickel ChiropracticsA chiropractor named Dr. Will Tickel feels like a bad joke. "Will this hurt?" "No, but the doctor Will Tickel." Andrew DrinkwaterImage By: BBC Andrew Drinkwater is the best possible name for a representative for a water research center. He must get asked to handle all of the organization's PR appointments. Thomas CrapperImage By: WikipediaHilarious names are not a recent invention. Contrary to popular believe, renowned plumber and toilet entrepeneur Thomas Crapper did not lend his name to the word "crap", as it existed centuries before he was born. So young Thomas, growing up constantly associated with poop, decided to just own it. And he made a lot of money doing so. Scott SpeedImage By: Twitter/Scott SpeedScott Speed is a pretty awesome name regardless of your profession. So the fact that Speed ended up becoming a professional racecar driver feels wonderfully appropriate. Mr ButtImage By: Buzzfeed You have to admire Mr Butt. The man must be brimming with overconfidence. It's the only explanation as to why he became an art teacher. Imagine the charisma of a teacher who could survive for more than five minutes in a classroom with the name Mr. Butt. Dyl PickleImage By: Reddit.Dyl Pickels (not to be confused with Dil Pickles from "Rugrats") is a manager at Burger King. He was very happy to chat with one Redditor who noticed his name, so he sounds like exactly the kind of guy you want overseeing your burgers. Tom KitchinImage By: Tom KitchinTom Kitchin is a professional chef, and he's leaned into his weird name hard. His restaurant is literally called The Kitchin, which is basically the best name ever in terms of brand recognition. Karin SlaughterImage By: Arrow Books Have you ever seen a Karin Slaughter crime novel and wondered if that's actually the author's real name? Turns out it is! With a name like Karin Slaughter, it's no wonder she ended up writing about murder and death for a living. Brad SlaughterImage By: pleated-jeans.comOf course, there is another direction you can go with the surname Slaughter. Brad Slaughter decied to become a meat manager, which is also wonderfully fitting. Mike RiggsImage By: ARE"The Complete Rigger's Reference Handbook" is a book written by Mike Riggs. Something about that name suggests that this guy knows what he's talking about. Rich WhiteImage By: Imgur Of course Rich White is the name of a politician. He's not the first Rich White Republican to run for office. Frank BeardImage By: ZZ TopIf you're unfamiliar with the rock band ZZ Top, take a guess at which of these men is Frank Beard. Yes, that's right - the guy in the middle. The only band member without a beard.