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Old 02-03-2007, 04:09 PM   #61
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Plus stupid names are expected of rockstars
True. And anyway somehow I can't see rockstars' kids getting bullied when the kid simply utters the words: "My dad is Keith Richards/Liam Gallagher/Keith Moon [and goodness alone knows how many kids there'll be running around who can accurately make that claim! ] and he'll smash yer face in".
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Old 02-03-2007, 05:14 PM   #62
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Rolan Bolan was a pretty hideous name.
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Old 02-03-2007, 05:18 PM   #63
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That's terrible. Tinkerbell? Poor kid.
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Old 02-03-2007, 05:34 PM   #64
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True. And anyway somehow I can't see rockstars' kids getting bullied when the kid simply utters the words: "My dad is Keith Richards/Liam Gallagher/Keith Moon [and goodness alone knows how many kids there'll be running around who can accurately make that claim! ] and he'll smash yer face in".
I'd be highly impressed with Keith Moon if he managed to smash anyone's face in, things being as they are...
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Old 02-03-2007, 05:40 PM   #65
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It's amazing the amount of people that think I've got a weird name: Lucinda. I don't think it's weird, or difficult to spell, but all the time I come across people that spell it Lucinder or when I tell them my name, say, "Blimey! I think I'll just call you Luc" which really annoys me, because Luc isn't my name

Oh, and people immediately presume that I'm really posh and have a trust fund and a pony that I take to gymkhanas at the weekends. Until I open my mouth, that is
I love the name Lucinda!
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Old 02-03-2007, 05:54 PM   #66
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I love the name Lucinda!
Yes, me too! There's nothing weird about it to me.
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Old 02-03-2007, 06:12 PM   #67
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I'd be highly impressed with Keith Moon if he managed to smash anyone's face in, things being as they are...
I thought that as I wrote it but then again, I wouldn't put anything past Keith.

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Old 02-03-2007, 07:40 PM   #68
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Blue Angel.... Edge why??
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Old 02-03-2007, 07:42 PM   #69
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My dad's first name is Drake and I think it's pretty much the greatest name ever.
Drake is a badass name *Goes back to watching Aliens*
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Old 02-04-2007, 01:11 AM   #70
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There's a fine line between weird and just plain insane. Hope these parents have enough money for yrs of therapy or atleast decent body guards should any unfortunate accidents occur.
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I also hate it when people are "creative" with the spelling of names. It just makes them seem as though they're fools who can't spell properly.
A girl at my school was called Massiga, it sounded like massacre but we just got used to it. I don't like stupid names but when you know the person it just ends up sounding normal.
The one name I HATE is Tahlia. I know it's not that bad but it just grates.
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Tinkerbell's not too bad.

I've posted this story in a similar thread before, but it always makes me chuckle so 'I'll share it with you again, a friend of mine recently had a baby, and he & his wife were struggling to think of a name, the only advice I could give them was not to give the baby a christian name beginning with the letter R, their surname is Sole!
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I have a friend who's surname is Ness which took out Christian names beginning with P.

I dont care about 'weird' names anymore. Where I live the ordinary names which are assigned to every 3rd baby are enough to make you abstain from sex just incase you have to name a kid yourself.
Jaiden, Jayden, Kayla, Maddison, Bailey, Chloe, Jack. etc.


Infact if I ever meet another doe eyed moronic looking boy called Jaiden or Jayden with a mullet or buzz cut, I reckon I will slap his parents. Especially given the reason for it's dramatic increase in popularity was due to a little boy down south who was tragically murdered who had this name.
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Old 02-04-2007, 07:05 AM   #74
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Infact if I ever meet another doe eyed moronic looking boy called Jaiden or Jayden with a mullet or buzz cut, I reckon I will slap his parents.
Haha...it's so sad and true that it's funny...

How about the name Mikhayla? There's another name which all of a sudden has about a dozen different ways of spelling it.

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Especially given the reason for it's dramatic increase in popularity was due to a little boy down south who was tragically murdered who had this name.
Never thought of it that way....but there probably is a link of sorts there.
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I also hate it when people are "creative" with the spelling of names. It just makes them seem as though they're fools who can't spell properly.
Like Typhyneigh or Khrystynah?

Stupid, trendy parents...
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