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August 3rd, 2013 10:45 AM #16Ladies: Callie, Caitlyn, Emma, Rachel, Elodie, Jessie, Jennie
Gentleman: Daniel, Carl, Frank, James, Mason, Jake
August 3rd, 2013 10:57 AM #18Gwen, 19. Film student, bookworm, and bad influence.
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August 3rd, 2013 11:03 AM #20Senior Member
Mommy to Carter James born 09.03.2013
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- Mar 2013
Girls : Elsbeth Noelle, Carys Juliet, Melody Violet, Valentina Camille, Lila Gabrielle
Boys: Ethan Paul, Landon Cole, Carter James, Jude Issac, Noah Vincent
August 3rd, 2013 02:28 PM #22Member
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August 3rd, 2013 03:19 PM #24
I can't staaaand the name Mia, and everyone around me irl loves it! It has no substance to me and it's way too cutesy and valley girl. I just hate it. Also Faith, and Grace, and Hope, and Charity, and Verity, and any of these virtue-word names that have just been done to death. They're just sickly sweet and, again, have no substance.
I also can't get behind Beatrice, as so many love it on this site. I tried to like it, I really did, but I just can't! It seeeeems like something I'd love, with all of its history and literary roots, but it just doesn't have a pleasing sound to me. And although I love Cordelia, I really don't like Cornelia. The "corn" beginning throws me.
I also can't really see the appeal in the popular names Isabella (it's the Isa- beginning, because Bella really is adorable, without the Twilight connection), Madison, Pippa, Emma, Claire, or any of the Est- names, like Estella.
Edit: Ooh I forgot Emily! Yep, I don't understand that one at all, and it feels like it's the most popular name in the universe. It's so plain and uninteresting to me.
Last edited by alphabetdem; August 3rd, 2013 at 04:38 PM.no kids yet, not trying... just a name lover with an ever-changing list, an amazing bf and lots of dreams for the future!
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