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    rainbow road is offline look at the stars, look how they shine for you
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    Élodie is a French name. I love it.

    Not a fan of it spelt Elody though. Looks clunky.

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    Someone on my Facebook just posted up about a name she saw at her hairdresser.

    Angular.

    It's Angela apparently.

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    Met a Souzy the other day....
    And saw this one on FB, Nox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    Someone on my Facebook just posted up about a name she saw at her hairdresser.

    Angular.

    It's Angela apparently.
    Is it bad that I laughed out loud at this one 😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    Someone on my Facebook just posted up about a name she saw at her hairdresser.

    Angular.

    It's Angela apparently.
    Oh god. That's not Angela, it's angular as in has lots of angles. 'That facade is very angular'. Poor child

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Oh god. That's not Angela, it's angular as in has lots of angles. 'That facade is very angular'. Poor child
    Oh I know what it actually spells. Hence why I laughed so much haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    Someone on my Facebook just posted up about a name she saw at her hairdresser.

    Angular.

    It's Angela apparently.
    Oh my god.... that's just.... no words! 😨😨😨

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    Poor Angular! 😧
    😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    I just read that George Foreman has five sons - all called George Edward Foreman. He also has a daughter named Georgetta!

    I actually really like the name George, and I even have a DS with the same first name as his father - but calling all five children the exact same name including middle name? What da hell
    A friend of mine has 3 daughters...all named Mary! In her defense, she is Filipino and it is quite common for children to have the same first name as children are called by their middle name. Here in Australia it has caused all sorts of issues for the girls (all teens at same school ), one uses Mary and the other two their middle names

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaybaby View Post
    A friend of mine has 3 daughters...all named Mary! In her defense, she is Filipino and it is quite common for children to have the same first name as children are called by their middle name. Here in Australia it has caused all sorts of issues for the girls (all teens at same school ), one uses Mary and the other two their middle names
    I was reading a baby name article once. By a "baby names expert" who had two sons both named William. She had a son, named him William and when he was a few months old she decided he didn't look like a William so started calling him by his middle name. Then her next son came along and she felt sad about not getting to use William properly so called him that also. I thought it was a bit funny that a self proclaimed expert had so much trouble naming her own children.


 

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