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blissy
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No I live in Devon - isn't it sad? Horrid names have infected the countryside....


The Orlando I knew was a rotter but completely irrestistable.
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Never name yor child after a popular name at the time Orlando etc, it will end in tears. There is at the moment a sub culture of 10-12 year olds named Chesney who are thrashed soundly every day because of their name - don't become a statistic
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(Original post by blissy)

The Orlando I knew was a rotter but completely irrestistable.
Girls always go for the rudeboy :rolleyes:
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(Original post by jammyd)
Girls always go for the rudeboy :rolleyes:
Ture, although I keep going for lads who are rich. Which I can kinda match *thinks to myself "I am not bragging" then smiles*...
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I'd love to have a baby daughter and called it Portia.
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(Original post by lumpycustard)
bethany heather josh and ryan
josh and ryan...you grew up watching sweet valley high and calafornia dreams etc didnt you!?

Personally I would say Jennifer/Jenny for a girl
Darcy or Filip for a boy
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(Original post by Joey_Johns)
I'd love to have a baby daughter and called it Portia.
Well she'll drink alot of port won't she...lol. (what has happened to my soh?) I've never heard of that name before what origin is it?
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(Original post by jammyd)
Girls always go for the rudeboy :rolleyes:
He was a podium dancer and all.. LOL. Oh, being 15 was great.

Joey= it? you will call "it" LOL. When my youngest niece was born I called her "it" for about 6 months. I'm just glad it wasn't a boy.... I'm going to have the first grandson. Ha-HA!
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(Original post by Joey_Johns)
I'd love to have a baby daughter and called it Portia.
like out of the bicentennial man.
(first time i've ever heard it outside of that film)
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(Original post by foolfarian)
like out of the bicentennial man.
(first time i've ever heard it outside of that film)
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"The Merchant of Venice"
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(Original post by Fritz)
Well she'll drink alot of port won't she...lol. (what has happened to my soh?) I've never heard of that name before what origin is it?
Its Latin and means a gift.
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(Original post by blissy)
"The Merchant of Venice"
Never studied that at A-Level unfortunately, some of Shakespeare's characters do have great names though.
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For girls: Amy, Miari, Bronwyn, Elodie, Gwen, Jenna.
For boys: Bryn, Jeffry, Jerry, Rory, Luke.
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I think Hamlet has the bestest names

Laertes
Rosencrantz
Guildenstern
Ophelia
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(Original post by jammyd)
Never studied that at A-Level unfortunately, some of Shakespeare's characters do have great names though.
If you go to www.babynames.com and choose the option of Shakespearian names some of them are so nice.
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(Original post by blissy)
He was a podium dancer and all.. LOL. Oh, being 15 was great.

Joey= it? you will call "it" LOL. When my youngest niece was born I called her "it" for about 6 months. I'm just glad it wasn't a boy.... I'm going to have the first grandson. Ha-HA!

Yes. I also call all animals 'he' and would never name them a girls name, even if they were actually female. Dont know why, just always done so.

I would refer to a son as 'boy' though, as in 'what do you want boy'.
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(Original post by Joey_Johns)
I would refer to a son as 'boy' though, as in 'what do you want boy'.
And his reply would be "please daddy don't send me to boarding school...."
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(Original post by blissy)
I think Hamlet has the bestest names

Laertes
Rosencrantz
Guildenstern
Ophelia
Laertes is a rip from Homer. He was father of Odysseus.
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(Original post by blissy)
I think Hamlet has the bestest names

Laertes
Rosencrantz
Guildenstern
Ophelia
I love the name Ophelia
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(Original post by blissy)
And his reply would be "please daddy don't send me to boarding school...."
Hehe, there are somethins in life, you just cant have. And that would be one of them
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