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Re: Kre8ive Names
June 12, 2017
Basil Rathbone
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1892 - 1967
Re: Kre8ive Names
June 12, 2017
I believe the name Basil is pronounced so that it rhymes with "dazzle" not how one would pronounce the herb.
Re: Kre8ive Names
June 12, 2017
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bell_flower
I believe the name Basil is pronounced so that it rhymes with "dazzle" not how one would pronounce the herb.

These people are two redneck breeders in their twenties. That would be giving them too much credit. I'm about 99% sure in their case it's pronounced like the herb because they don't know any better.
Re: Kre8ive Names
June 12, 2017
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These people are two redneck breeders in their twenties. That would be giving them too much credit. I'm about 99% sure in their case it's pronounced like the herb because they don't know any better.

That's totally hilarious. So their ignorance will be completely obvious.

When I was a junior in high school, my parents moved me to flyover country. I remember having an argument with a mouth-breather about a street named Monticello. The MB was telling me it was pronounced "Monti-SELL-o." I was like, no, I lived in Virginia you dimwit....it's named after Thomas Jefferson's home and it's an Italian word, and it's pronounced like the musical instrument.

I got a defiant look and a "well, you aren't from around here and that's how WE pronounce it."

Trump voters, what can you expect?

Sounds like you need to get your degree, save your coin and get the fuck out of there. I was never so happy when I left the Midwest.
Re: Kre8ive Names
December 15, 2017
Some bizarre names from the local newspaper’s Letters to Santa:
Teyt
Trytin
Phoenix
Memphis
Mikinly
Mahlee
Rylee
Izabella
Dezaray
Ryker

God lord, I fear for the future. What kind of jobs can you get with such godawful names? Can you imagine going through life as Teyt or Dezaray?face saying 'error'
Re: Kre8ive Names
January 09, 2018
More from the newspaper. Who knew rural folks were so original? drooling stupification

Aneena
Kabian (boy)
Kiwii (girl)
Re: Kre8ive Names
January 31, 2018
A lady who I used to work with had an interesting and amazing daughter, who loved to travel and actually take advantage of the freedom afforded to a single carefree young woman in her early twenties. Well, that all went out the window when she had to be 'just like everyone else' GAG and breed her first. Name of kid made my eyes roll so hard, I saw last year.

Brix.

Seriously?

holding finger to head as if a gun
Re: Kre8ive Names
January 31, 2018
Kim Kar-Trashian named her new kid Chicago.

So her three kids' names are:

North West (girl?)
Saint West (boy)
Chicago West (girl)

She deserves a mention on this thread.
Re: Kre8ive Names
March 03, 2018
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artchick62
A lady who I used to work with had an interesting and amazing daughter, who loved to travel and actually take advantage of the freedom afforded to a single carefree young woman in her early twenties. Well, that all went out the window when she had to be 'just like everyone else' GAG and breed her first. Name of kid made my eyes roll so hard, I saw last year.

Brix.

Seriously?

holding finger to head as if a gun

As my former boss would put it, "Not a name, try again."

Sounds like what you'd see printed on the outside of a box of Lego knock-offs.
Re: Kre8ive Names
March 04, 2018
One of the other Kartrashians just named her baby Stormi. Stormy (spelled correctly) is passable, Stormi is not. She might as well have named her Trashi.
Re: Kre8ive Names
March 21, 2018
Got some weird ones from this article.

Rowyn, I assume this is a bastardization of Rowan

Mynrow, I guess this is supposed to be Monroe?
Re: Kre8ive Names
April 25, 2018
I've met two young women with the name Tiara in the past month.
Re: Kre8ive Names
April 26, 2018
I met Justace today.
It was correctly printed on her nametag and is pronounced Justice.
Re: Kre8ive Names
May 16, 2018
Wysdom. Just ugh.
Re: Kre8ive Names
May 17, 2018
I recently saw someone named Candace, only instead of spelling it the traditional way (which is ghastly enough), it started with a K and had an extra y and i in it: Kayndaice.
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