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Submitted by Somaiya, Jul 20, 2019 at 12:49

A very common Arab name is 'Bandar'. There's even a Prince Bandar in Saudi Arabia, and lots of Bandars in the workplace. Bandar means 'monkey' in Urdu.

Also, 'Jimmy' is slang for Jamadaar/Garbage Man in Pakistan.

Sorry but I can't take any Bandars or Jimmys seriously at all.

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