I think of silly things when it's 4am and I can't sleep. Anyone up for a game? If you are easily offended, forget it. This is supposed to be funny and not meant as anything other than a time-wasting laugh for readers here.

I hope this hasn't been done before on TuDiabetes.

Here are my rules:

Make up a person's first and last name that sounds like something to with diabetes.
The names don't have to exist, but more fun if they sound like they come from someplace.
You can add a middle name if you want.
Spelling is not important - it just has to sound like something diabetes.
We don't need gender.
Beside the name, only if you want, tell us the country, countries or the continent the parents come from. No one should be taking any offense at nationalities mentioned, ok?
One name per post, but post as many times as you like.
If you can't guess what the name is, try saying the name different ways, or ask.
Comments about a name are fine, provided they're not offensive.

Here's an example (I'll post some more later, if people participate):

Nobi Tasels - Japan/Europe

Have fun!

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