05-20-12, 08:47 AM #81
05-20-12, 09:48 AM #82
05-20-12, 08:36 PM #83
Ok. Mr. Timothy didn't see that earlier post. I know lots of Tim's now like 4 an now there's you. That name had. To make #1.
What a trendy name.
05-22-12, 04:08 AM #84
All right then It's only fair to have The Most Hated Baby Names then:
Nevaeh ("Heaven" spelled backward and one of the most divisive names around, according to Wattenberg.)
Destiny (People dislike names that confer a virtue onto a child, Wattenberg said — and many felt associated this name with exotic dancers.)
Addison (An example of a masculine named turned feminine, which many people dislike, Wattenberg said)
Gertrude (People said this name is "ugly.")
Kaitlyn (For its "made-up" spelling.)
Kaden (These rhyming names struck many as overdone, Wattenberg reported.)
Hunter (Too much like a last name or "too violent.")
Bentley (People dislike brand-name names, Wattenberg found, calling them "trashy")
Michael (Too boring, according to some.)
05-22-12, 09:09 AM #85
What's going on here? (Names in red, also on most popular list)
Most Hated List
Most Popular List
05-22-12, 10:26 AM #86What's going on?
Words are very powerful in their influence and the name by which one shall be called from birth until death can have considerable effect upon a person.
That is why in some cultures the naming is deferred briefly while consideration is given to the naming process.
In Canada, it is possible to legally change your name.
A name can seemingly convey a lot about a person — whether it's an accurate representation or not. And, that explains why some people opt to change their moniker.Most applications must include a statement about why the name change is being requested, and of course, the proposed name.
Evaluation criteria vary by jurisdiction, but in general, a name change is granted if there is good reason.
05-22-12, 10:38 AM #87
I can't stand the use of last names as first names. Let's have a Madison Madison. McKenna McKenna? No? Then stop using it as a first name, asshole.
05-22-12, 10:44 AM #88
05-22-12, 10:53 AM #89
The emotions involved in a name change must be very strong. Case in point, it took me over a month to settle on a forum name and I still get to keep my real name.
05-22-12, 11:11 AM #90
Frankly, if her daughter gets her name changed, I don't think the decision will be a hard one. Especially when one considers how she is teased constantly..
I mean really.. Aniel. How and why could you do that to your own child. Any child.
It's like children who are named after fruit. Or when parents call their daughters Fifi.. And then try and claim 'it's oh so French'.. Sure, if you're a friggin' poodle.
05-22-12, 11:20 AM #91
05-22-12, 11:33 AM #92
Adam Baum atom bomb
aitor mitrousers I tore my trousers!
Al K. Holic alchoholic
Al Bino albino
Amanda Hugenkiss a man to hug and kiss
Anass Rhammar Taxi cab driver
Anita Dick I need a dick
Arya Reddy Are Ya Ready?
Barb B. Cue
Barbara(Barb) D. Wire
Belle E. Flopp
For more weird Names: http://www.funnynames.com/funny_names_for_people/page/2
05-22-12, 01:06 PM #93
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05-22-12, 11:59 PM #97
My guidance counselor's second son's name was Donald.
Which would have been fine if his last name hadn't been Duck.
This is a true story.
05-23-12, 01:04 AM #98
05-23-12, 09:25 AM #99
Can you imagine how that kid would feel sitting in class waiting for his name to be called? At least April Showers has some incentive to get married ASAP. But if your a boy, all you can do is change your name in the courts or lie through your teeth until you can change it.
05-23-12, 10:01 AM #100
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