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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    My friend called her daughter Sopie (no jokes) when I asked why the spelling she said because her partner can't pronounce "the f in Sophie/Sofie" correctly and this is the way he pronounces it... I don't know about some but I may have just chose a different name that could be pronounced.
    Or a different partner... unfortunate speech impediments aside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YeahYeahYeah View Post
    Oh god. So is she called 'soapy'?
    Yep Soapy haha. I still have a giggle about it. She has a pretty little middle name too which would have been perfect for her first name.

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    Just saw a Judson which I'm assuming is twist on Hudson? 😳

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    Wtf is wrong with some people

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    How is that meant to be pronounced?
    Yep, as others deciphered, it's meant to be Cooper. He's going to be correcting the spelling of his name for the rest of his life.

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    Default Horrible Baby Names #2

    Subbing.

    Comment on Wanke - I'm pretty sure that dude copped it. I'm Canadian and went to uni in the US, and while calling someone a w anker isn't hugely common, the term w ank is.

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    Just saw this on a mums page... Emmaly

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    My friend called her daughter Sopie (no jokes) when I asked why the spelling she said because her partner can't pronounce "the f in Sophie/Sofie" correctly and this is the way he pronounces it... I don't know about some but I may have just chose a different name that could be pronounced.
    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    I met a young girl at work named Kleana. I kept wanting to say Kleena
    These two were just made to be bff's - Soapy and Cleaner

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Yep, as others deciphered, it's meant to be Cooper. He's going to be correcting the spelling of his name for the rest of his life.
    No sh!t, really? That is truly up there with bogan baby name of 2016. Well done to the you-nique parents.

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