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PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 7:14 am 
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I always felt bad for Chastity Bono, but it looks like he survived his trials and tribulations just fine.

Also, anyone named "Dolores". To be named for pain is not nice.
Candida is a saint here, and is also the word for bleach, which just kind of makes my head hurt when i think about it.

And *secret alert* Mr Torque and I almost separated when he expressed his desire to name one of our babies "Valkyria". Even worse, his dead sister had had this name so it was a really, really bad fight when i put my foot down. But can you imagine?

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 7:20 am 
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Also, anyone named "Dolores". To be named for pain is not nice.


Isn't it also the real name of Lolita in the Nabokov novel? Speaking of which, why oh why whould anyone name their daughter Lolita??


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 7:27 am 
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I went to school with an Acacia, she said her parents fell in love under an acacia tree and that's how she got her name. I'm pretty sure that's just where she was conceived.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 7:30 am 
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My family knows a girl whose name is Hyatt, because that's the hotel where she was conceived. Ugly AND in poor taste!

I know a girl named Florida for the same reason!

Hahaha. I know a Canadian couple who named their daughter Vienna for the same reason.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 7:35 am 
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In the NYT magazine crossword yesterday, there was a clue "Unpopular baby name". The answer was (SPOILER!) -> ADOLF .

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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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I went to school with a John Jonathan Johnson

Did anyone mention that Brendan means "smelly hair"? I'm too lazy to look.

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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 8:04 am 
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My friend knows a baby Anakin and I knew a John John John.

The museum where I used to work runs a historical swordplay research group, and one of the members has sons called Aragorn and Anakin. True story. After my initial incredulity that someone agreed to A. bear his spawn, and B. allow him to name it, I could never decide which was worse: that he'd essentially used his children as bumperstickers to advertise his interests to the world (as if his forked beard was insufficient to that purpose), or that he didn't know any better than to place an actual work of literature on a level with a stupid movie franchise. Oh, well; it takes all sorts, dunnit?

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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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Brendan is supposed to descend from a gaelic word for prince. However in St Brendan's time i don't think anyone was big on shampoo or personal hygiene. so i can see smelly hair.

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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 8:38 am 
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Ninja. I actually know a couple who did name their son that, and it's an awesome name in theory but I don't really think they thought things out too well.

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❀madam dahlia❀ wrote:
oh, and the name kennedy means "ugly head" i don't know how kids get over finding out their name means this.

Hahahaha, that's awful!

I too do not like the place of conception names. Yucky!

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Names of students I encountered in the Bronx:

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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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Searching through a database of academic papers, I just stumbled upon a guy whose first name is Joke. I mean, really?!


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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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❀madam dahlia❀ wrote:
and this person has found some stellar crummy baby names http://www.stupidkidnames.com/


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Also, anyone named "Dolores". To be named for pain is not nice.


Isn't it also the real name of Lolita in the Nabokov novel? Speaking of which, why oh why whould anyone name their daughter Lolita??


'Cause it's hot?!

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Dipthong

Please tell me that you made that up!

mittenmacher wrote:
Names of students I encountered in the Bronx:
C8lynn
Takeela (sound it out...)

My son was at camp with a girl named Latreena. Wrong, wrong, wrong.

❀madam dahlia❀ wrote:
and this person has found some stellar crummy baby names http://www.stupidkidnames.com/

Hey - someone named their kid "Vegan!"

http://www.stupidkidnames.com/2010/10/19/vegan/

Alas, the blogger is exposed as semi-literate by the following: "I hope little Vegan grow [sic] up to be a carnivore the likes of which a T-Rex himself would be proud of." I like making fun of stupid names as much as the next person, but that is almost unintelligible (and never, ever end a sentence with a preposition)!

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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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I went to kindergarten with a girl named Barbie Q. Grill. That was pretty crummy of her parents.

Okay, that's just mean.

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Oh, I wanted to name the Emperor "Tyrannosaurus." I figured it would make him the coolest kid in third grade.

And speaking of Lolita, our dog when I was growing up was named Lolita. I asked my father about this when I was youngish. He was a high school English teacher, and he told me that he named her after the greatest novel in the English language, which I didn't understand until decades later. And then at some point I told a friend this, and he said, "Oh yeah, that makes sense. Of course he named his dog Lolita."

"Why?" I asked.

"Because she's the teacher's pet."

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Oh, I wanted to name the Emperor "Tyrannosaurus." I figured it would make him the coolest kid ever.

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I worked in public schools in the U.S. and there's nowhere else in the world to find crazy, awesome names. Apparently there was a student at one of the schools where I worked (not my student) named Nimrod.

Also, I've heard of L-a (say it with me now, Ladasha), but I'm not sure if that's an urban myth like lemonjello and orangejello.


Ledasha is an urban legend. See here for a thoughtful look at it.

I went to school with a girl named Chassity. Her mother was going for Chastity but spelled it phonetically.

Also, nice try dude. Tyrannosaurus Rex was MY name idea.

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hahaha i love this because my roommate is legally named William Williams... but he goes by "jake".

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(and never, ever end a sentence with a preposition)!

What are you talking about?

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