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  1. #31
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    Re: Minorly Offensive Names You Love (but can't use)

    Also thought of my forbidden boys name, Adolf. Obviously it will always be forbidden thanks to Hitler. It's not fair!
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  2. #33
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    Re: Minorly Offensive Names You Love (but can't use)

    When I was little I named a doll Latrine. I still think it's a pretty name, but....

  3. #35
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    Re: Minorly Offensive Names You Love (but can't use)

    Quote Originally Posted by charliehotsox
    Mine is Jaycee:( I love Jaycee. It's not fair, if her name had been Emma or Olivia it wouldn't have forbidden those names.
    That's not fair? I guess I take a different perspective...

    I love Columbine too. I love the flower! But I still feel so sad when I hear it. That was a terrible, awful day.

  4. #37
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    Re: Minorly Offensive Names You Love (but can't use)

    "Also thought of my forbidden boys name, Adolf. Obviously it will always be forbidden thanks to Hitler. It's not fair!"

    I hear you. Adolph is ruined, if not forever, at least for a very long time. I'm not huge on the name, but it's too bad. I love Adolphus, and that is probably out too.

  5. #39
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    Re: Minorly Offensive Names You Love (but can't use)

    Quote Originally Posted by liveaparis
    Quote Originally Posted by charliehotsox
    Mine is Jaycee:( I love Jaycee. It's not fair, if her name had been Emma or Olivia it wouldn't have forbidden those names.
    That's not fair? I guess I take a different perspective...

    I love Columbine too. I love the flower! But I still feel so sad when I hear it. That was a terrible, awful day.
    I'd be interested to hear it...

    When I said it wasn't fair, I just mean I really like it as a name but obviously it would seem like a direct reference to her. I didn't mean to offend anyone and I know what happened to her was awful and I completely understand that.
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