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    @Rodeobull why on Earth would you say where they live? :what:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeobull View Post
    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
    Far out. I wonder if sometimes parents naming their kids nincompoop names is a sign of a bigger problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    @Rodeobull why on Earth would you say where they live? :what:
    They are pretty proud of their kids names, they are in several newspapers articles. So it's no secret.

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    I know some but won't post on a public forum just in case the person ever googles their kids names!

    I don't get it or like it personally. There are heaps of actual names out there to choose from and plenty that aren't overly popular.

    I wonder if cheeky will be a stripper? That's what it sounds like to me. Poor lil girl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeobull View Post
    They are pretty proud of their kids names, they are in several newspapers articles. So it's no secret.
    Apologies. That news site must have been having a slow day to bother giving them attention about their name choices.

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    May I please respectfully remind people, that thread's of this nature quite often offend, and whilst we are all entitled to our opinions, please remember that naming your child is a very personal thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nippy View Post
    And possibly worse... Stormy for a first name and wait for it... Last name Waters. Wow.
    Laughed when I saw this. I was reminded of Paige Turner, a girl I went to school with. I have no problem with either name, just not together. Her parents didn't think that through.

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    We had a child that we had in our care called Ris.hit so everybody loved to yell his name out but the worst was in nz in 2008 the girl called Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii and judge Rob Muurfitt made parents change the name and also they lost custody of the child. Poor child.

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    Some of these are awful, but for the most part I don't mind a lot of these names lol.

    Is Hunter, but on a girl, a horrible name?


 

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