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Darth Biscuit

Stupid baby names

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Harvest You know what people will Harvest from your daughter? Her V-card.

that made me laugh!!!

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I don't understand adding/changing the I to a Y in a name to make it different...now your kid's name is going to be misspelled for their entire life

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my wife and i aren't even discussing names until we know the sex because it'll be half the work once we know and we'll probably disagree anyway.

but it's for damn sure not gonna be something idiotic.

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I don't understand adding/changing the I to a Y in a name to make it different...now your kid's name is going to be misspelled for their entire life

i know someone who named her son Ethyn and i wanted to punch her in the damn face

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my wife and i aren't even discussing names until we know the sex because it'll be half the work once we know and we'll probably disagree anyway.

but it's for damn sure not gonna be something idiotic.

We had a boy name almost instantly, then we found out it was a girl and it took forever to come up with a name.

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you pretty much have to ask everyone these days how to spell their name properly with all these i for y and e for a and fricken swaps....and those are just the 'locals'! Bring in all the imports and screw it....your name is now Buddy!

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Hey Willard

today that's Quillairdgh

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Our first kid we came up with a name quick... the other two my wife was insistent on something "unique" so it took much, much longer for us to agree on names...

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Boys:

Any derivation of the name Aiden, or anything that rhymes with Aiden.

Anything that, while phonetically it sounds like a common name, is spelled in the most ridiculously complex way possible

Anything that white yuppies name name their kids that sound like towns in Massachusetts: Breckenridge, Marshall

Pfeiffer

Julian

Girls:

Any derivation of the name Hayden, or anything that rhymes with Hayden.

Anything that, while phonetically it sounds like a common name, is spelled in the most ridiculously complex way possible.

Anything that black people name their kids that sound like they should have an apostrophe in it

Anything with a "Mc" in it: McKenna

Anything German (Sorry Grandma): Hedwig, Gerta, Bertha

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