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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahsince1985 View Post
    I've known a man named Innocent, ladies named Precious and Magical, but more recently I knew a woman who named her baby Diva Rose. Each to their own I say, but some names a bit too risky for me (imagine if Diva lived up to her name as she grows up!)

    Also found this article interesting on names-
    http://m.heraldsun.com.au/news/natio...-1226457588982

    The end of that story had me giggling I agree with a lot of it.

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    I guess that article solves the "Ace" debate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    I instantly thought of crystal meth when I saw those names together. OMG!!!!

    I went to school with a Paul McCartney, there's a Wayne Carr up the road and my Year 1 teacher's name was Miss Crapp.

    I love hilarious names!

    Here in Brisbane there is a car yard called Mike Hunt Motors... Now that's bad! (As in..."My *the horrible C word" - for anyone that didn't get it straight away). Just awful.

    I've also seen the name Drew Peacock (Droopy C**k). And a girl that goes to school with my nephew - Jenna Taylor (Genitalia).

    I think it's just as important to make sure the first name and surname work together as it is to give a good first name!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchu View Post
    OMG! For years that was my favourite girl's name (because of the Smashing Pumpkins song) & is still 2nd on my list... but I don't think DH would allow it.

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    Ha that's funny! I love Smashing Pumpkins but only really know their famous songs. Never knew of this song! And there was an 80's cartoon that's a bit Shera-esque!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam4frankie View Post
    Here in Brisbane there is a car yard called Mike Hunt Motors... Now that's bad! (As in..."My *the horrible C word" - for anyone that didn't get it straight away). Just awful.

    I've also seen the name Drew Peacock (Droopy C**k). And a girl that goes to school with my nephew - Jenna Taylor (Genitalia).

    I think it's just as important to make sure the first name and surname work together as it is to give a good first name!
    OMG I just seriously pi$$ed myself laughing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissusMac View Post
    Maybe BDM rejected 'Meth'. It sounds like their mum had plenty of it!
    Reminds me of DH's cousin who is a drug addict (still did drugs when she was pregnant and her kids have all sorts of problems) who named her daughter aurora, I love that name but her reason for it was because apparently something to do with a euphoria you get when your on drugs???? Her son also has a drug related name but I forget what it is. Just the thought makes my skin crawl

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam4frankie View Post
    Here in Brisbane there is a car yard called Mike Hunt Motors... Now that's bad! (As in..."My *the horrible C word" - for anyone that didn't get it straight away). Just awful.

    I've also seen the name Drew Peacock (Droopy C**k). And a girl that goes to school with my nephew - Jenna Taylor (Genitalia).

    I think it's just as important to make sure the first name and surname work together as it is to give a good first name!
    AHAHAHAHAHA I love names like that!!! (For my sims x])
    There was a kid in high school whose fathers name is Mike Hunt poor guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam4frankie View Post
    Here in Brisbane there is a car yard called Mike Hunt Motors... Now that's bad! (As in..."My *the horrible C word" - for anyone that didn't get it straight away). Just awful.

    I've also seen the name Drew Peacock (Droopy C**k). And a girl that goes to school with my nephew - Jenna Taylor (Genitalia).

    I think it's just as important to make sure the first name and surname work together as it is to give a good first name!
    Haha! I met a guy who live in Robe called Mike Hunt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeddie View Post
    Reminds me of DH's cousin who is a drug addict (still did drugs when she was pregnant and her kids have all sorts of problems) who named her daughter aurora, I love that name but her reason for it was because apparently something to do with a euphoria you get when your on drugs???? Her son also has a drug related name but I forget what it is. Just the thought makes my skin crawl
    There are this mum and dad at my DS school who are very obvious druggies, they have this beautiful little girl and her name is Crystal.... Errrrr.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam4frankie View Post
    Here in Brisbane there is a car yard called Mike Hunt Motors... Now that's bad! (As in..."My *the horrible C word" - for anyone that didn't get it straight away). Just awful.

    I've also seen the name Drew Peacock (Droopy C**k). And a girl that goes to school with my nephew - Jenna Taylor (Genitalia).

    I think it's just as important to make sure the first name and surname work together as it is to give a good first name!
    Omg the droopy Co€k one is amazing!


 

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