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October 24th, 2013 03:00 PM #6
England, because they were 'weird boybands' that no one else had heard of (that was their name for One Direction: 'weird boyband', and from that moment on ANY artist from the UK that I liked became a 'weird boyband', even though they weren't a boyband at all), I wasn't allowed to read Jane Austen or Shakespeare for enjoyment, I was picked on for doing so, I wasn't allowed to have pink streaks in my hair (at age 15, I thought I'd look really cool with dark pink streaks in my naturally rything that's happened to blonde hair), and so on.
I think that, even though I'm not in public school anymore, everything that happened to me in the past, it's made me over sensitive to what other people say/think about me and what I like."But while some of the brightest of our celestial bodies are actually extinct now, their energy long since cooled, but miraculously, because they float in the heavens so far away from us now, their beautiful light will continue to shine on us forever, and the glow will be so bright, it'll warm your heart, it'll make your eyes glisten, and it'll make you think to yourselves, what a concept"
October 24th, 2013 03:01 PM #8"But while some of the brightest of our celestial bodies are actually extinct now, their energy long since cooled, but miraculously, because they float in the heavens so far away from us now, their beautiful light will continue to shine on us forever, and the glow will be so bright, it'll warm your heart, it'll make your eyes glisten, and it'll make you think to yourselves, what a concept"
October 24th, 2013 03:12 PM #10
"Normal" names (for most people*) - boys: Addison, Albert, Alden, Ashley, Blake, Cameron, Connor, Finn, Fletcher, Franklin, Frederick, Hayden, Jamie, Jordan, Landon, Leighton, Mackenzie, Mason, Morgan, Parker, Robert, Rowan, Toby, Walter
*with exception of some being more commonly used on girls
"Normal" names (for most people) - girls: Amelia, Amity, Annabel, Ariella, Audrey, Augusta, Aveline, Blythe, Bridget, Celeste, Clementine, Dorothy, Esther, Evelina, Georgia, Iris, Isabelle, Juliet, Kate, Mabel, Marianne, Millicent, Miranda, Nancy, Nell, Nellie, Olive, Sadie, Sophia, Verity, Victoria, Virginia
"GP" names (for some people) - boys: Darragh, Dermot, Eamonn, Lachlan, Niall
"GP" names (for some people) - girls: Aoibheann, Atalanta, Merida, Mirabelle, Ophelia, Persephone, Portia, Titania, VesperErma | Flossie | Gladys | Gussie | Millie | Minerva | Myrtle | Winifred | Zelda
V i n t a g e | C h a r m
Barnaby Clifford | Chester Ferdinand | Cosmo Arthur | Frazier Gatsby | Grover Felix
Luther Clancy | Newton Rutherford | Watson Currier
October 24th, 2013 03:18 PM #12Senior Member
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Trust me when I say this, it doesn't matter what other people say. The only thing that matters is doing what you enjoy and what makes you happy. You'll probably grow out of caring a lot about what other people say. You can learn a lot from being bullied and picked on. It really can only make you stronger if you learn from it. You just have to learn that other people's opinions are nothing. I guess that's easy for me to say as I don't believe in normal. I like being unique and original. I think normal is boring and I don't think everyone is "normal".
When I was your age, about five years ago, I was a planner too. I loved thinking about what I'd name my baby if I had one then. It was all fun, nothing stressful. I don't share names, because I honestly don't care about other people's opinions. However, if I do and the opinion is different than mine, I laugh it off. I don't let it deter me from a name I like or even LOVE. I probably wouldn't like their name ideas either.
Good luck, I hope I helped you a little today.
October 24th, 2013 03:58 PM #14~Emily
Annabel, Carlotta, Tamar, Jubilee, Lorelei, Lola, Josie, Alice, Indira, Claire, Liliosa, Vivienne, Ella, Abigail, Ivy
Jameson, Samuel, Archer, Dominic, Barnaby, Paul, Henry, Oliver, Jadon, Isaac, Harrison, Lawson, Ezra, Rhys
"The most beautiful voice in the world is that of an educated Southern woman."
(Stolen from @tabby)