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    In all honesty, I may not like a name, but once it's on a cute kid all is forgiven!
    My son has a surname as a first name, my daughter (belly bub) probably will too. I don't get the hate surrounding it.

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    I nursed a baby boy called ozzy-skins, another baby girl called Ekho. I did scratch my head a little

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    And a gorgeous little African boy named placid. Strange name but he was cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emeralddolly84 View Post
    And a gorgeous little African boy named placid. Strange name but he was cute
    Quite a common naming style in parts of Africa actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emeralddolly84 View Post
    I nursed a baby boy called ozzy-skins, another baby girl called Ekho. I did scratch my head a little
    Crikey ..

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    Haha jeez I thought my kids had 'normal' names but I didn't realise people hated the surname for a first name...2 of mine have that and the other has a VERY American name...

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    The worst I've ever seen was Sh!thead pronounced Sha thead.

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    I taught a kid called...... Sherriff.

    The first day I didn't have a roll and asked the kid to write down their name in a piece of paper so I could transfer it to the roll when I received it.

    I saw sheriff and his surname on the paper and was sure someone was having a go, but no.

    Other favourites have been zirconia and princess.

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    There is a family that have 4 kids- Rescue C Hopper, Rascal, Cheeky and Rukus. The reason all their children have unusual names is so that they'll be unique when they are older and looking for jobs
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    @Rodeobull why on Earth would you say where they live? :what:

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