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Thread: Worst Creative Spellings
August 8th, 2012 01:52 AM #16Senior Member
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My mind is completely blown reading some of these. Curse random z's, y's and apostrophes.
August 8th, 2012 02:15 AM #18
Grace, Early 20's and Bride-to-Be...Dreaming of Future Babies.
♥Lucy Primrose, Alice Juliette, Rose Charlotte, Madeline Sophie, Lillian Faye, Ivy Elena, Amélie Winter. ♥
♥Mae Seraphina nn Maisy, Phoebe Luna, Annabella Violet, Kate Susannah.♥
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August 8th, 2012 02:34 AM #20
there is a foreign couple my friends know who called their little boy Anfonee (Anthony) because they didnt know how to spell it. poor child and over in america somewhere there is a girl called La-a which is pronounced La-dash-a, again poor child17 year old girl in year 12 (: I write when I can so I'm always on the lookout for new names. JT is my life <3
Girls: Melody, Briar, Arabella, Tempest, Zoey, London, Zara, Peyton, Sadie, Rani, Liora, Jordan
Boys: Jackson, Rixon, Seamus, Jai, Claude, Carter, Asher, Rhys, Rian (prn Ree-an), Levi, Leo, Joey, Harper, Damien, Sebastian, Jasper
August 8th, 2012 06:42 PM #22Junior Member
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I met a mom at the park by our house last month. Our kids had started playing together, and so we introduced our families. Her kids were Virtue and Felicity. I'm not a fan of this type of name but I nearly threw up (literally... morning sickness with baby #3) when I noticed the kids' embroidered backpacks spelling Vyrtu and Falycytee.
August 8th, 2012 08:55 PM #24Senior Member
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I'm dying. These spellings are killing me! These poor, poor children!
I only know two adults with creative spellings, and they both hate them. Anjela (and her mom spelled the nickname Angie as Anje) and Audreau (Audrey). At first I wondered why they didn't just go by the more common spelling, but in today's workplace, you're assigned an e-mail address, log-in info, etc. based on your name from the first day. Not really any opportunities to call yourself Felicity when your e-mail is email@example.com. On the bright side, custom embroiders are going to make a fortune.