Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Foster, Aug 16, 2007.
@ is certainly a better name in Chinese than 4Real is in English.
To get on the band wagon my children will be known as:
and finally, little ‽
That's it, I need to get on this. From now on, I will pronounce apostrophes as 'Steve.'
is pronounced "Carl."
I saw this story this morning. People try too hard to give their kids bizarre names. My wife and I didn't want to be like that, that is why we named our kids Pettraina and Mousepad.
I plan on calling my kid Flange.
But only if it's a girl.
You gotta watch out with the crazy names that already have meanings.
This doesn't describe me in the least. I have no kids, in fact I shouldn't be trusted with them at all. My cats are barely clinging to life. All I nourish is lascivious thoughts and seeds of dissent.
4Real? He'll probably grow up and be a big fake.
If I ever have a child I shall name it Lawl, if it's a girl it will be Lowl.
Pronounced Jack and Sally.
at@at&t.com would be his e-mail addy, I'm guessing.
i remember talking to my friend saying that i'd name my first child (boy) 'sir', so all the teachers would have to call him sir at school. HILARITY!
Why do people try to give their kids stupid names such as this?
So they can be unique and special... and the #1 reason is so they can make their kids miserable and made fun of... Gotta support those bullies, eh?
Really, I would guess any little boy named "Love Him" would get his asked kicked a minimum of once a day.
I went to junior high with a kid named Mister.
And as my friends Lost and Found say, " 'I'm going to name my son S-T-E-V-E,' and when people say, 'Hey, Steve,' I'm gonna say, 'Oh, it's pronounced "'Tom.'" ' "
Finally found a use for triple quotations.
whats wrong with tom, or derek?
Damn you and your posts that make me laugh tea all over my desk!!!
Separate names with a comma.