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Re: Kre8ive Names
May 01, 2019
I agree--"creative" spellings don't make names special, and having the same name as a classmate is seriously not a big deal at all and does not diminish your child's oh-so-specialness in any way. All a "creative" spelling does is doom the kid to a lifetime of having to spell their name when someone asks for it.

I know someone who got the best revenge for the "creative" spelling of her otherwise very nice first name. Her parents named her Nikkole, so that it would be "easier" to shorten to Nikki. She never wanted to be called Nikki, always went by her full name, and as soon as she was old enough she changed it to the standard spelling.
Re: Kre8ive Names
May 31, 2019
Saw this gem a few days ago: "Hevyn."

I guess spelling "heaven" backwards has lost some of it's appeal, so now people are spelling it in the right order, but spelling it wrong. Also saw a kid named "Styck Fenixx" in the paper under the birthday section. Really? Can't think of a better name than "stick"? And you can't even spell it right? And you give the kid a retarded misspelled middle name too?

I have to constantly tell people how to spell my name and I HATE IT. I don't even have a fucked up kre8ive name either - it's a common, properly spelled name and everybody butchers it. I've honestly considered changing the legal spelling of my name to the one people usually use (one letter different) just so I can stop spelling my fucking name to everyone! Now every single kid is going to have to spell their name all the time because their parents being brain-dead is just so damn cute, I guess.
Re: Kre8ive Names
August 05, 2019
I've now met little Anakin and some unfortunate but well-mannered kid called Castiel Vladimir.
Re: Kre8ive Names
August 05, 2019
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I've now met little Anakin and some unfortunate but well-mannered kid called Castiel Vladimir.

Wait for all the Khaleesi kids in a few years. Yup you were named after a closet psycho who wanted to bang her nephew

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Re: Kre8ive Names
August 21, 2019
Found a business card buried in my wallet for someone with the first name "Tearany." I guess people with bullshit names can get jobs after all.
Re: Kre8ive Names
October 08, 2019
I know of somebody who named their kid Brangelina. Where have we all heard that name before? hysterical laughter
Re: Kre8ive Names
December 16, 2019
Saw a couple gems in the paper. There is a local snowflake named "Cheddyne." Is that even a word? I kept reading it as "Cheddar." How the fuck do you say it?

Also saw "Krymzyn," which is the stripperiest stripper name I've ever heard.
Re: Kre8ive Names
April 05, 2020
Re: Kre8ive Names
April 05, 2020
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Someone please tell me this is a joke:

Couple in India names their newborn twins Covid and Corona

In some places it is a thing to name kids after whatever is going on when they are born, but I didn't think India was one of those places.
Re: Kre8ive Names
April 06, 2020
I recently had an evil thought about pandemic babies. If they were twins the parents could name them Plague and Pestilence, or Disaster and Catastrophe. devil with smile

It shouldn't surprise me somebody has really done something like that.
Re: Kre8ive Names
April 28, 2020
I had a 'creatively' spelled name. My name was Sandy but it was spelled Sandi. I would get forever annoyed that no one could spell my name right so in my teens I changed it. It wasn't changed legally, but it is on all my legal documents with my 'y' spelliing.

My sister changed her name to a creative spelling, and she kept it at that creative spelling with out regards to spelling.

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