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    I'm surprised that 'Daytona' isn't in there. I met a little girl called Daytona recently. A little part of me died inside...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I don't understand the obsession with inserting random 'y's in names. It's kind of amusing though.



    It's originally a boys name. It has become popular as a girls name since Teri Hatcher used it for her DD. Any name ending in 'son' means 'son of' and is a male name.
    Like Madison, which is now considered unisex.

    I know the prettiest girl called Emerson, so glad her parents can spell, it's a sweet name for a girl.

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    oh whats wrong with pacey?? (Dawsons creek - Joshua jackson mmm mmm).

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    Djcynta... Wtf?!?!?!?!

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    well skimming it there is a Graydon in there,,,and I have a Grayson.
    Which i do not think is bogan at all,its Americanised if anything (is that even a word lol??)
    And I have a Riley but I spelt it properley

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    Like Madison, which is now considered unisex.

    I know the prettiest girl called Emerson, so glad her parents can spell, it's a sweet name for a girl.
    Yep. And Addison.

    Lots of names become unisex over time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Chels* View Post
    but I spelt it properley
    The irony :P

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    All my kids names are in there and they are all very common names ( I know others kids at school etc with same name) I didn't think any were Bogan !!

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    I'm definitely naming our baby from that list now

    I'm thinking Awesome Or Ozcar for a boy or Beyonce-Jane for a girl... or Epponnee-Ray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blissedout View Post
    the irony
    lol


 

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