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    Quote Originally Posted by Neekie View Post
    At first glance it didn't really look like names at all.
    They look like a word scramble on the side of a Happy Meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by escapethefate View Post
    I think I can beat you there lol
    A friend of a friend has a dd named tinkerbell. Yep, tinkerbell.
    Well, definitely not my cup of tea but each to their own I guess. I just don't understand what would possess somebody, the child is stuck with it for life.

    The Cinderella I knew went mostly by the name Cindy, (professionally anyway, she was a teacher so the kids loved it anyway ) and I suppose you could always shorten Tinkerbell to Belle..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    Since you ladies are talking about bogan spelling have a go at these:

    Khailyb
    Maecyn

    They belong to two little boys I know! People just don't think do they!!!!
    Oh no they did not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    I read that as 'email', sorry. However I once wrote 'Brain' instead of 'Brian' so it may just be me.
    Your not alone, I read it like this too

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    They look like a word scramble on the side of a Happy Meal.
    Lol yes! "Here kids make up some words with this word jumble! "

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    They look like a word scramble on the side of a Happy Meal.
    Here ya go kids "make a new name for the baby our of the alphabet, just go nuts".....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    Since you ladies are talking about bogan spelling have a go at these:

    Khailyb
    Maecyn

    They belong to two little boys I know! People just don't think do they!!!!
    I know a lady with a Maisyn.
    It's the girl variation of Mason.
    I try soooo hard not to judge but to no avail... : (

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    They look like a word scramble on the side of a Happy Meal.
    I agree!!! When I first saw them written down it took me a while to work them out, particularly Khailyb. Why ruin a perfectly good name with stupid spelling??

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    I know a lady with a Maisyn.
    It's the girl variation of Mason.
    I try soooo hard not to judge but to no avail... : (
    This makes me laugh too! I haven't heard of a girl version of Mason. It just looks like Maisy with the n thrown in for extra effect!!!

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    I know a woman who named her child koopah it ticks me off cause I think a grown adult man would hate it as to me it looks childish :/


 

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