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Inca
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Maria Teresa Garcia...she'd have to be born with a rosary in her hand with that name.
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I remember Andrew Dice Clay calling his son "Combat".

A joke that "kills" is good. Like "not bad meaning bad but bad meaning good."

I like any name that would fit in with "knuckles" as a surname. As in "Frankie Knuckles," or "Bobby Knuckles."

Stephen after Stephen Chow would be good as well.

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JV - Taylor said he killed it because he posted between Hamman's post and my post.
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quote:
I agree that you don't want to choose something popular, which is why I like the idea of using the sort of plain, solid names that were considered perfectly fine for centuries, until the recent popularisation of names previously reserved for the aristocracy. In a couple of years, there'll hardly be a John, Peter or Michael in any classroom in the land.
No, don't do it. Those names might sound perfectly alright to our generation, but by the time your lad gets to school it'll be as weird as having a classmate called Oswald, Ernest or Albert would have been to us.
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I was thinking, for no particular reason, about the name "Clive" the other day. I don't think there'll be any Clives left in sixty years or so.
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Congratulations, Taylor.
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Route One Thug
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Well done, you.

Put me in the "glad Runwank has started posting" group, please.

Call him Itchycoo for the time being.

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Nice one Taylor, I'm glad the baby's fine, and you're going to be involved.

I should take this opportunity to apologise for cracking up laughing when you told me about the pregnancy last year. I kept meaning to start a thread on totally inappropriate responses to other people's news.

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Congrats, and my suggestion for a name: Adrian Boothroyd [surname].
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Maybe, since your first name is also a surname, you could call him Parkes. Then whatever his mam's surname is, he can call his son that. Or maybe not, I dunno.
My mam was going to call me Camilla. CAMILLA. How much of a lucky escape was that? Not only the association with HRH's tatty-sack chinned paramour, but I would have been called Milly! Or Cammy, like on Streetfighter. Christ knows why she wanted to call me that, she doesn't even have the excuse of being posh. Got off light considering.

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Peter O'Hanraha-hanrahan
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Why Adrian Boothroyd?

[ 15.02.2007, 21:29: Message edited by: Hamann ]

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Why what?
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Peter O'Hanraha-hanrahan
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Cross post.
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Same birthdate. I just happened to notice that, so nothing momentous. But he seems very English looking, and Watford are the underdog team I feel bad for, so I like 'im [/Kentucky accent (and inside joke)].
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Any suggestions from Erskine? After all, this would never have happened if he hadn't once advised Taylor QUIT FAGS! QUIT THE BEVVY! HAVE A BABY!
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