What's in a name?

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What's in a name?

Noelle Noelle
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What is the strangest name you have heard someone name their kid? I recently heard the name Princess Boo Boo. I saw it in the news. I thought it was a nick name at first, but upon further reading of the story, I found it to be her real name. Her sister's name is Pumpkin.
08/12/2012
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Claire-Bear Claire-Bear
Princess and pumpkin are cute, but it might make it difficult for them to get jobs in the future.

The strangest name I've ever heard... I guess adolf. It was a news story where a white supremacist couple made a fuss, because their local bakery wouldn't put that name on their kid's birthday cake.
08/12/2012
TheirPet TheirPet
I met a girl named Princess before, and boy did she act like her name.
08/12/2012
Bullfroggy and Rose Bullfroggy and Rose
a doctors office in my town has a patient(child) names Yourhighness
08/12/2012
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My son has a unique name, which I'm not posting on the internet because he's probably one of a handful of boys with that name. I have no issues on unique or different names. I do think that the really odd ones should be given some thought to how it will affect them in life. See "Yourhighness" above. I knew one woman named "Jail." She pronounced it "Jah-eel," but it says what it says no matter how you choose to pronounce it. Big surprise - she'd been in jah-eel many times.
08/12/2012
Noelle Noelle
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Originally posted by Claire-Bear
Princess and pumpkin are cute, but it might make it difficult for them to get jobs in the future.

The strangest name I've ever heard... I guess adolf. It was a news story where a white supremacist couple made a fuss, because their local ...
I saw that news story. They named him Adolf Hitler. What idiots!!!
08/13/2012
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