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    Quote Originally Posted by besha View Post
    I always thought Eoin was pronounced Ian too!

    What are everyone's thoughts on Michael Phelp's kid's name...Boomer. It's spelled correctly which is nice but it just makes me think of a kangaroo!
    Too much of a novelty/nickname for my liking. It's on par with 'Buster' in my eyes. I couldn't take someone called Boomer seriously

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    I'd love to tell you my nephews name but I can't, I don't want to get caught . Lets just say his first name is the start of his last name

    I went to high school with a Jessikah. She was exactly the sort of person you would expect to have that name too..

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    Just saw "Jaksen" written on a painting at my DS's preschool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    Just saw "Jaksen" written on a painting at my DS's preschool
    My DS is at preschool and when I got his class photo I looked at all the names - not one that could be considered awful! It was the same last year too - no material for this thread to be found...boo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    My DS is at preschool and when I got his class photo I looked at all the names - not one that could be considered awful! It was the same last year too - no material for this thread to be found...boo
    How disappointing where's the fun in that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazzy36 View Post
    My best friend's name is Emmaly - it suits her perfectly
    I like that

    I also think its pronounced differently to Emily

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    I went to school with a J e n a Taylor

    If you say first & second name fast, doesn't sound so good đŸ˜¬

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleethee View Post
    I'd love to tell you my nephews name but I can't, I don't want to get caught . Lets just say his first name is the start of his last name
    My dad used to be friends with a guy named Don Donaldson. I've also met a John Johnstone before. WHY would parents do that to a kid? So unoriginal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleethee View Post
    I'd love to tell you my nephews name but I can't, I don't want to get caught . Lets just say his first name is the start of his last name

    I went to high school with a Jessikah. She was exactly the sort of person you would expect to have that name too..
    I once knew a William Williams...

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    My mum once had a doctor called Donald McDonald, and I had a lecturer called Peter Peterson.

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