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February 5th, 2013, 12:16 PM
Wow. I don't consider any of these to be trashy. Lol All of the white trash that I live around have names like Destiny, Crystal, Misty, Heather, Brittney...etc. And I live in a very rural Louisiana...
We agree to disagree, then. Which is totally okay! I'm curious as to why it makes me racist that I believe in people freely doing what they please, but I digress. I'm sure there are plenty of other...
It's pretentious and ignorant for someone to name their child what they love, but it isn't for you to sit and judge them so harshly? Welcome to the internet, I guess, where everyone's gotta be butt...
Exactly what I and another poster were trying to say. It is ignorance, but it isn't their fault at all.
I'm honestly not as awful as you probably think my opinions are! (: I'm not offended by anything, so I suppose I think everyone should be that way. I do apologize for generalizing.
Yeah, actually. It just reminds me of the pancake mix and syrup. lol Which is probably why no one will use it around here.
The ones of Indian descent that are born here don't learn it in public school any more than us Caucasians, at least in Louisiana. And yes, our governor is Bobby Jindal, of Indian descent. And he's a...
Look. I live in the southern U.S. where we basically learn nothing that isn't related to the Louisiana purchase or U.S. history. Why are you jumping down my throat for stating that most Americans...
Depending on where you live, I have a feeling if it's anywhere in America, NO ONE will be offended or even know that there's a controversy about it. I highly doubt most Americans even know that there...
I love it, honestly, and don't think of Twilight at all. That Rosalie isn't exactly a main character and doesn't seem to be involved in the plot majorly in any way (that I know of, I don't read or...
February 3rd, 2013, 12:20 AM
I'm not sure about where you live, but in my area, using the first name Ashley for a boy would be sentencing him to a childhood of teasing. It could even lead to him being mercilessly ridiculed in...
Hmmm... Well, here are some that I like and think would be the most useable:
How about some of these:
Your naming style seems to lean towards the classically strong boy's names!...
February 1st, 2013, 01:23 PM
Walter: I just don't like this name at all, honestly. But old man names aren't my style. That's what I consider Walter to be.
Theodore: I love Theodore with the nn Teddy, instead. I may not like...
I guess I'd have to see it IRL too. For now, I can only imagine the name being worn by a Middle Earth elf and not useable here. lol
I was just about to mention Meirin from Kuroshitsuji. (;
I really want to like this name, but the pronunciation issues I have won't let me. I try to use the Japanese pronunciation mixed with the...
February 1st, 2013, 12:17 PM
Lovely names! Freya Winter is my favorite out of your combos.
Actually, in America, one middle name is more common. I think that two is just too much. There are no room on any kind of legal forms and things like that for two middle names. I guess it wouldn't be...
So, on American Idol, a lady named Christabel caught my eye. I always thought the name was very childish, but it surprisingly fit her and wasn't immature at all. (: Any other names from the show ever...
January 29th, 2013, 07:15 PM
Dimitri: I really like this name, but I worry that it's too obviously Russian and people will wonder if it's part of our heritage or something.
Huxley: Nms. But my first thought is, of course,...
January 29th, 2013, 03:59 PM
My vote is Harbor. I love it! The fact that it's a safe haven for ships is nice. Also, it's very unique and different. I doubt she'll encounter anyone with the same name.
January 27th, 2013, 08:04 PM
Lexikj, I agree! Rory is just fine by itself. (: But, I'm also a Gilmore Girls fan, sooo.. I'm probably biased.
January 27th, 2013, 05:14 PM
Nice ones, september. Although, I never understood why everyone seems to love August so much.
January 27th, 2013, 04:18 PM
How about Juniper and Louise? They're both old fashioned I think. They both make me think "old lady" and "cute" at the same time.
January 27th, 2013, 03:47 PM
Lots of great names! Thanks anton_yelchin_fan, september, and niteowl. (: Some of these will definitely be added to the list. Louisa, Cecilia,*Matilda, Emmeline, Eve, and Annabel for sure. This is...
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