I can't see past posts but similar to someone that said Anfony (sorry if I got the spelling wrong) I once taught a boy called Anfernee. And he was also in the same class as Hanthony. That was interesting. I also taught a Rohanee (Renee). Another boy at a school I was at was Hozaus Gunn. I thought that was pretty cool I know a guy and his name is Naime, pronounced 'name'.
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06-01-2012 04:59 #71
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I know an Alaska. There can't be many. How old is yours?
06-01-2012 06:12 #73
06-01-2012 07:04 #74
ioux- oo (like the sioux indians)
Phonetically, it does make sense. But.... *sigh* Poor kid.
06-01-2012 07:10 #75
06-01-2012 07:10 #76Senior Member
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06-01-2012 07:19 #77
Oh dear. I wanted to name this baby Skyler. Is it a weird name?
I don't now of many real-life odd-ball names, but those celebs my go to name when illustrating 'parents who abuse their children via naming' is Pilot Inspektor. *sigh*
Also, the girl called shi.thead, that made me feel so sad... And the girl named Genitillia.
06-01-2012 07:30 #78has left the building
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Oh my, these names are just atrocious. Seriously how can people give their kids such ridiculous names
My name is a real name but the spelling makes people go and ask a million questions - it's no fun explaining it to everyone and spelling it out over and over (and i imagine so much worse when your name is something truly ridiculous and made up vs just unusual).
The mind boggles...
06-01-2012 08:11 #79
I messed up. My third baby's middle name is an actual name, and the spelling is correct, but its Scottish. Her name is Eilidh, pronouced Eye-lee. I had Centrelink forms send back asking me to spell it again and all sorts. I thought it was such a pretty name, and I still do. I am super peed off now though that it is a Scottish name and the woman my ex (her father) chose to start an affair with and now get engaged to, is in Scotland. If only Id known...
06-01-2012 08:13 #80
What are BD&M thinking allowing people to name their children such things?
We know of people who have just called their daughter Di xie... it's not on my like list but their surname is Cla ck...
You have a what now, a Di xie Cl ack?!
(Oh god i hope she's not on bubhub!)
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