When my grandfather was a little tyke he was very shy. He used to stick like glue to his older brother and even was nicknamed "Pee Wee" because he was small for his age. So, apparently, his brother was set to make his confirmation in the Catholic Church at age 8 and all of those being confirmed were called to get in line (sorry, I am not Catholic and don't really know how it is done, this is my interpretation). When they got to my grandfather, the Priest obviously knew he wasn't old enough, but he wouldn't get out of line. Uncle John stepped in (the older brother) and said it was alright because he was old enough (liar). So, he was supposed to choose another name, but being so shy he didn't want to. Finally, the exasperated Priest asked him what his father's name was. "Victor," was the reply. My grandfather's new name:
George Victor Victor Tenny!
Victor was already his middle name. His siblings got a big kick out of that. Of course, they got a big kick out of everything!
Also, speaking of Pee Wee. My grandmother already had a son when they married. So one day my grandfather was on the roof fixing the antenna or something. Grandma came out calling in her high-pitched way, "Peeeee Weeeee!" Uncle Bob (about 3 or 4 years old) told her, "Pee up a ladder!"