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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 4:05 pm 
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My friend knows a baby Anakin and I knew a John John John.


Both of these are awesome names.

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rickles would be an awesome name for a wiener dog, though.

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Gosh, I totally forgot, my friend's mom was a substitute teacher and one of her students was called Felonious, which I kind of love.

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My friend swears she knew someone named Cash Collateral.

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rickets would be an awesome name for a wiener dog, though.

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This made me laugh so hard (and now my boyfriend thinks I am insane because I find it so much funnier than the "Bert Stare" meme he showed me yesterday).


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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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ok, this isn't a crummy name because it's transliterated from another language (korean, i think), but it was on a list of kids names that are in this after school program "haeyou"

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A girl several years younger than me at school was called Rebel. I heard she was pretty obnoxious.

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I like ending sentences with prepositions. It makes me feel like a rebel.

"Preposition" would be a terrible name for a child, but I would totally name a kid "Interrobang" or "Sarcasm Mark."

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I've always wanted to name a child Pilcrow. I'm not sure I would name a child Pilcrow. But I want to.

It has a nice Gorey-esque ring to it.

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just mumbles wrote:
I've always wanted to name a child Pilcrow. I'm not sure I would name a child Pilcrow. But I want to.

It has a nice Gorey-esque ring to it.


This is a thread for bad baby names.

Please start your own thread.

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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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My father in law is a doctor and when he was in med school he was in a birth where the mom named the baby meconium- she heard the word and liked how it sounded. My mom who is a labor and delivery nurse had a mom name her twins chlamydia and gonorrhea. I don't think either of these women knew what the words referred to, but just liked how they sounded. Yikes!


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I had a student named Wynes. They pronounced it wenis.

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I had a student named Wynes. They pronounced it wenis.

Amazing.

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AND we have an OB/GYN named Dr. Love.


i had many doula clients whose OB was dr. love!


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Dr. Love is pretty great. And makes me think of Gene Simmons. Always.


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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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My ex's dentist was Dr. McCracken.

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 Post subject: Re: Crummy names for babies
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Arson.


"What's your son's name?"
"Arson."
"Yeah, we know he's your son, what's his NAME?"
"He's Arson!"
"We know, we all know whose son he is! What's his NAME?"
"Arson! You know, like when you light things on fire!"

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My ex's dentist was Dr. McCracken.


My dentist in Indy was Dr. Bacon.

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I once knew identical twins named Rochelle and Rachelle.

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I once knew identical twins named Rochelle and Rachelle.

I knew a pair named Rainbow and Sunshine. I hope they grew up super bisque-y and mean just to spite their parents and those stupid names.

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choirqueer wrote:
I once knew identical twins named Rochelle and Rachelle.


I knew a Colleen and Joleen. Their names didn't rhyme.

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choirqueer wrote:
I once knew identical twins named Rochelle and Rachelle.


I knew a Colleen and Joleen. Their names didn't rhyme.


Yeah...Rochelle and Rachelle don't just rhyme, they're pronounced the same. The accent is on the 2nd syllable, so it's ruh-SHELL and ruh-SHELL. The only way to tell the difference is to actually mispronounce their names!

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