Sunday 7 August 2011

0874 HKSAR Name of the Day

Creamy Kong (Ms), personal associate, School of Hotel and Tourism Management, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

see 0522 HKSAR Name of the Day

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation; somewhat common in Hong Kong


  1. aimlesswanderer8 August 2011 at 14:56

    This just sounds wroooong. Kinda like a pr0n actress name. Dirty comedic gold I tell you!

    They must all have watched that Bond movie, the one with P*ssy Galore.

  2. I am still waiting for a HKSAR name inspired by Dirk Diggler!

    The Bond girls of yesteryear have the best names in the movies! It's a dying art, I guess.

  3. Yes, the studios seem to have gone all conservative and all, though violence and swearing are all good.

  4. At the moment, the movie studios are mostly producing remakes and sequels. Planet of the Apes, Total Recall, Kung Fu Panda 2, etc. Signs of the current economy and the conservative mindset in Hollywood.

  5. Yeah, it's regurgitation time!

    Why think of something original, when you can just plagiarise, err, "reinvent" existing scripts with minimal cost. Throw in a mega SFX budget, a star, and you've got another crap movie in your hands!

  6. There will no doubt be a 3D Sex and Zen sequel. Perhaps an actress called Creamy may play a part? Lol.

  7. What a smart movie studio needs to do is to only hire people with crazy names to work on a movie. Starring Creamy, Edthancy, Hyman and Bisney, and directed by Fruit and Salad, or somesuch. Already better than regurgitated crap!

  8. Aha, you must have heard of local film director Fruit Chan! Your idea is excellent and would surely reinvigorate the local film industry. Hong Kong movies are already known for their rubbish and entertaining subtitles. By getting actors with novel names, that will help bring Hong Kong movies to the fore!

  9. Yes, must be great to have to introduce him to foreign film festivals.

    They wouldn't want the people to pretend to be people with normal names, they'd be "acting" as people with bizarre names, so the subtitles would be much more interesting. There is surely big money in that. Cheaper too, as no sfx and unknowns.