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    I went to high school with a girl named Theresa, not a bad name by all means. However, her surname was Green. Yep, parents can be so oblivious! She was tortured all through her school time.

    Also, know of a young woman who has 2 young children called Treasure & Yapumba.

    Insert sigh here LOLz

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    I know of a Tobasco!

    Some names mentioned here I love like Hazel, Olive & Errol. Rupert also !

    Twina & Twinb?? No no no!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagamoe View Post
    My cousin named her girls kahlanee ocean & her boy tiger
    *face palm*
    Yep there's a boy at my DDs daycare called Tigar!

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    Epponee Rae!

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    I used to fly with a lovely Thai girl named Supaporn. No disrespect to other cultures, but some of the Thai names were classics ( to Aussies/Westerners at least)

    A friend of mine flew with a 'Baby' and a 'Chickee'. She used to tell the best story of calling out their names after getting separated on a shopping expedition - walking around the department store yelling 'Baby Chickee' and people looking at her in a very strange way.


    Oh, and Scott Neville was in my year at school.

    No, I am not kidding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Leopard View Post
    I used to fly with a lovely Thai girl named Supaporn. No disrespect to other cultures, but some of the Thai names were classics ( to Aussies/Westerners at least)

    A friend of mine flew with a 'Baby' and a 'Chickee'. She used to tell the best story of calling out their names after getting separated on a shopping expedition - walking around the department store yelling 'Baby Chickee' and people looking at her in a very strange way.


    Oh, and Scott Neville was in my year at school.

    No, I am not kidding.
    Haha yes, I worked with a P0rn too was a great name to call out across a nursing home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerFun View Post
    Yep there's a boy at my DDs daycare called Tigar!
    Are they Indonesian? That's a legit indo name

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    Well i guess these kids wont be happy when they cant find their name on a keyring or pen at the shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    Are they Indonesian? That's a legit indo name
    I don't think so, he looks Caucasian and has an Aussie/English surname..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerFun View Post
    I don't think so, he looks Caucasian and has an Aussie/English surname..?
    Then it's probably just a weird name

    Just thought I'd check


 

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