Welcome to Uncommon Spanish Last Names. It isn’t just an oddball mix of the names American, Puerto Rican, Basque, and a million other possibilities. These last names have a long, long history that spans generations. They are as simple, quirky, crazy, and absurd as the humor you find in your everyday conversations. But it is more than just a humorous way to tie a name into an ethnic group; it’s the way their last names are pronounced.
Have you heard of this guy? We were playing Twister in Central Park recently and I heard him asking a random tourist if he needed help with an umbrella. We all looked at each other and chuckled.
Let every person that doesn´t feel good at the very moment realize and try to recover.
If there are any words from the dictionary you just cant use on this blog, then write them here and in the comment section at the bottom of the page. Maybe you can make people laugh, or at least chuckle.
Welcome to my collection of Spanish Last names! This blog was created by a group of friends who are fluent in English that all grew up and live around the area where I live. My friend Greg was the first to leave his name as a tribute to the English language which is quite ironic.
The name of this blog is a nod to the original of my blog, the Spanish Last names. If you are from the area and know only its about 5 minutes in the USA and there are over 250 of them here in this country, then this site is for you. It has everything you want to know. It is the place where Spanish Last names all begin with the letters “n.
We have a lot of Spanish Last names! Its funny and crazy like I grew up here. All of them start with a n so most of them are funny and quirky. We have the old ones and the new crazy ones in an endless list. Blog: It is true that people love to exaggerate at their own expense. What is your secret to getting more than one compliment at a time? I’ll answer that for you.