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    Love the name Clover, that's my dogs name

    I worked with a Dr named Kortnye. She is a great Dr and was really lovely but it was hard to take her seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A&S View Post
    I worked with a Dr named Kortnye. She is a great Dr and was really lovely but it was hard to take her seriously.
    My brain actually struggled to compute that spelling.

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    Hahahahahahahahah love the scrubs clip, dr cox is my fav!!

    My cat is clover! traditional spelling 😂😂

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    I don't mind clover when spelt correctly.
    Someone on my Facebook feed recently named their daughter Taylen and that has been doing my head in (sorry to anyone who likes the name)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Tickle View Post
    I wanted to name our son Milo.
    Too many times - "No way, after a chocolate drink?" was the response.
    I caved. Called him a boring biblical name.

    Lately, I've come across boys called Brax. Yes, after the Home & Away character. Quietly, I'm like nooooooooooooo.....
    I know someone who has a Brax and a Jax. I just don't get these names.

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    The name Clover wasn't too bad. It was the Clovah spelling that I wasn't a fan of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArthurDent View Post
    http://youtu.be/Bjz-ngp_DYk
    😅

    Edit to say that only Scrubs fans will relate to this one!
    Immediately thought of this!

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    A friend of ours recently had their first son. And they are known for being pretty out there, very vocal about tradition being stupid, so we were all waiting to see what they'd name their son. It came through they'd name him Cruz and we all went 'oh, that's pretty normal actually'.
    Cruhyze.

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    That poor child is going to have to spell their name a trillion times 😐 I don't know why but I thought of Yahtzee when I saw that spelling

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    I know of an Ayva.
    It's a nice name but why the "y"?


 

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