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November 10th, 2011, 06:59 AM
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Obviously even if you think its dumb no one say anyone here! Lol...
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November 10th, 2011, 07:48 AM
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Not a kid, but obviously once was. Robert's cousin married a guy named Thorn. Sweetest guy, but a dumb name!
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November 10th, 2011, 07:53 AM
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T'day, T'morrow, and T'(something I can't remember). Seriously? And I do know a person who knows this family.

There was a student at DH's college named Precious Q'tae (Precious Cutie). She had a few run ins the the university police
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November 10th, 2011, 08:27 AM
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Lol! I dont like names that seem obviously made up... i know someones who's LO's name is Zayden... and someone whos name is Kaeson. Yes i know that all nams are made up at some point but i dunno... i just dont like those for some reason
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November 10th, 2011, 08:43 AM
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When I worked at the Registry I saw some weird ones....

First name: Gods
Middle name: Grace

really?

Also DH went to school with a girl named Treasure and her last name was Hunt. LOL There is also a guy at his work named Harry and his last name is Boyles. LOL

Usually though when I know someone the name starts to stick and I end up liking it. But when my cousin first named her daughter Teanna I didn't like it. She thought she made it up using her DH's name Terry and her middle name Anna...but turns out I have heard other named this name. Now I don't mind the name so much....
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November 10th, 2011, 09:11 AM
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My mom used to work with a guy named Shatoebreeand. His parents were trying to name him chateaubriand, which is a French steak recipe. I'm guessing they didn't know it was food and just liked the sound of it.

I guess I shouldn't judge because I'm sure people think my girls' names are ridiculous
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I guess I shouldn't judge because I'm sure people think my girls' names are ridiculous
I don't get too judgy either for the same reason. Some friends who are teachers were discussing names they've seen on FB a few weeks ago. There were some just ridiculous ones and I wish I could remember them. Luckily they deemed the girls' names "cool" and not ridiculous
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Nevaeh... heaven spelled backwards. I have a friend that named her dd that. My sis in law named her ds James Tiberius. That is the name of Captain Kirk from Start Trek. I thought that was kinda crazy, but now the name has grown on me. Talon is another one that a friend of mine used for her ds.
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November 10th, 2011, 10:57 AM
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Tiffany, I've never seen Nevaeh IRL, but I've heard it's super popular in recent years.

My BIL insists that if my sister and him ever have kids and they have a boy, then the name will be Ajax. He wants it after one of the warriors at Troy from ancient Greek mythology, but everyone that hears it thinks of the cleaner first.
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Lol dh and i joked about naming M Tiberius! Haha.
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November 10th, 2011, 03:29 PM
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Racine.

...seriously, what were her parents thinking?
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Navaeh is one that drives me flipping bananas!
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Racine.

...seriously, what were her parents thinking?

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November 10th, 2011, 04:33 PM
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Racine.. I like your name!! I think it is unique and pretty. I bet you were never in class with another Racine. I knew about 6 people with the name Tiffany.
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Whenever I hear "Racine" I always think of "A League of Their Own" and the Racine Peaches. I love it
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My aunt once had two students whose names were Lemonjello (le-man-ja-lo) and Orangejello (o-rahn-ja-lo). They were twins. How cute!!
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Haha. Thanks guys. I actually really like having a unique name...I just absolutely HATE when I tell people my name and they say "Oh like the city in Wisconsin."

No. I was not named after a city in Wisconsin. It happens 9 times out of 10 when I meet someone. Irks me to no end. I was actually named after Morgan Fairchild's character in "Paperdolls". And my mom did not admit that to me until a few months ago, ha!

When it comes to "different" names, I can tolerate any name when it holds some kind of meaning or purpose but I don't like it when it's obvious the parents were just desperate to find something different for the sole purpose of it being different.
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I know what you mean, Racine. For a long time I DID NOT like my name. I hated that everyone thought I was spelling it wrong - in 2nd grade a lunch lady tried telling me my name MUST be Marlene and wouldn't give in until a teacher told her I was, in fact, right about MY OWN NAME! *sigh*
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I heard of the name "Galaxy" recently and thought that was bizarre. Other than that nothing is coming to mind.

The other day a waitress at a restaurant i was eating at asked me what Camden's name was and when i told her she was like "Interesting" but the way she said it was not positive or like she actually thought it was interesting, it was more like a -why would someone ever name their child that- type of interesting. I was thinking "there goes your tip" haha. Of course i didn't really let that impact me That was the most negative comment i've got so far. Although i admit its annoying to always have to repeat it. 75% of the time i tell people his name they say "huh?" or "what is it?" at least once, some ask me to repeat it a couple more times!
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November 10th, 2011, 10:55 PM
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Honestly, I was at a choir concert and in the church's choir room there was a slot for

Paris Franz.

I hit the floor laughing. Who would do that. Also a teacher at my high school was Hazel Nutt.

My goal in life is toname my children things that they will never have to spell for people. I now get to spell my first and last name every time someone asks for it. I at least had a very common maiden name, so I want to spare my children that.
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