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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    As long as the last name isn't Jelly, I reckon it's fine!
    Ver funny !
    Seriously tho I don't see a lot wrong with it, there's much worse initials or names for that matter parents come up with. I know a girl who was accidentally called F. Hyscock

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    Don't see it as a problem tbh!

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    I think it would be fine. My and my DD1s initials are A.S.S. :-)

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    My ds initials are BJ... Hehe, i still have a little giggle over it and not sure if he'll love it or hate it when he's a teenager (the initials, not the act )

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    I wouldn't. I knew a girl at school with those initials, and she got teased for it. Personally I'd stay away from funny acronyms/ initials.

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    kids will find ways to tease you no matter what your name is!

    I actually know a little girl with the initials P.I.G.

    I say go for it

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    I think I would use it in the case of KY, I don't think that's too bad. There are some that I would straight out refuse to though. My old boss had a daughter with the initials V D. I couldn't do that!

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    Yes. As long as you mean KY is first and last name not first and second and your last name is not Jelly!

    PS just read the past posts and see my joke is a repeat!! oh well
    Last edited by patsmum; 27-06-2012 at 20:06. Reason: repeating important information already noted !!! :)

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    I don't think KY is too bad, I have heard worse.

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    I don't see a problem with it
    Last edited by amazonbaby; 29-06-2012 at 06:23.


 

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