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Re: Guess Jayden and Kaden aren't quite stupid enough
June 21, 2012
I expect to see Yayden, Baiden and Waden. sarcastic clapping

Keep working more hours, CF people! Millions of breeders depend on us.
Re: Guess Jayden and Kaden aren't quite stupid enough
June 21, 2012
lol, funny. i actually have a nephew named tristan.

paden wtf waving hellolarious what the heck is paden?
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LauritaR
Paden is such a wuss name. OMG...yuck lurking

"I cuddin affode ta pays fo da crack in cash, so I paden sex..."
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Re: Guess Jayden and Kaden aren't quite stupid enough
June 21, 2012
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Speaking of Paden, this girl I was friends with in middle school put pictures of her lame kids on Facebook. One of them is named Payleigh. I guess it is a spin off of Hayleigh? I don't know. Anyways, I think that that sounds dumb. Makes me think of Payless Shoes or something.

That makes me wonder why people don't name their child paisley. You know, like those handkerchiefs?

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So.. We know that food and water are running out, with overpopulation and all... Yet people keep on poppin' out those babies! I guess they want to have their baby and eat it too...

My top reason is that parenting gives you a free license to be selfish based purely on the fact that you're being selfish for an emanation of your own self. The illusion that what you do to benefit your children benefits them solely is a fallacy. Every parent benefits from the benefits that their children receive. Henceforth, it gives one a license to perpetuate a dog-eat-dog mentality that I perceive to be amoral. Parents say that their children are their greatest loves, what they forget to add is that they are their ONLY loves and only because their children are a reflection of themselves. I prefer to be able to love multiple people and have lasting relationships of many types and possess the essential core value of empathy for all than to restrict myself to an echo chamber of ego-masturbation and self-serving chicanery.

In short: Not parenting makes you a better person.
I have heard some girls with the name Paisley
Re: Guess Jayden and Kaden aren't quite stupid enough
June 21, 2012
I am waiting for Pubert (cit) devil with smile
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I am waiting for Pubert (cit) devil with smile
How about "Cubert"? The name evokes crappy 90s video games, cubicles, geometry, Cuba and ice cubes.
Re: Kre8ive Names
June 22, 2012
I think I need to acquire another cat and name it "Minty Badger"
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Re: Kre8ive Names
June 24, 2012
Yes, Zaiden is a thing. A horriawful thing.

I get some doozies at work. How about Jhaquelline? (It's from years ago, and I've never forgotten it.) saying 'wtf'

Also, about Nevaeh: in these parts, it's less a name and more a code word meaning "my moo was 15 when she done birfed me".
Re: Kre8ive Names
June 25, 2012
All the local high school grads were in the paper recently, and there were some interesting names among the future cancer curers:

Sandon
Makaylee
Lexus (named after the car Daddy could have bought had she not been born, I guess)
Desiree' (I hope the apostrophe was a typo)
Jocilynne
Jacie (I'm guessing "Jackie")
Payton (for a girl; I thought it was a male name)
Kashmir (like the place India and Pakistan fight over?)
Aidan (for a girl; same story as Payton)


And here are some middle names that are, thankfully, just middle names, but still weird:

Mycle (for a girl, so there goes my assumption it's pronounced "Michael")
Keryne (How do you say it? "Karin?")
Thunder (thankfully this kid had a normal first name)
Charl Daminali (Lexus' two middle names - hai future stripper)
Gail (for a boy named Lindsey)
Modi
Charlee (Payton's middle name - guess Mommy and Daddy really wanted a boy)
Re: Kre8ive Names
June 25, 2012
Drove past a miniature golf course today and the sign said "HAPPY BIRTHDAY KAIDEN AND ALLEGRA."

Allegra? Isn't that an allergy medication? What's next? Aspirynne? Ammbienne? Ny'Kwill?

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Re: Kre8ive Names
June 25, 2012
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Drove past a miniature golf course today and the sign said "HAPPY BIRTHDAY KAIDEN AND ALLEGRA."

Allegra? Isn't that an allergy medication? What's next? Aspirynne? Ammbienne? Ny'Kwill?

I think someone should name a kid "Viagra".
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pepper labeija
Damn. I was hoping it would be 'Mayden'. 'Paden' is pretty dumb though hysterical laughterz

I know someone who named her kid Paden. It's a stupid name. I also met someone who is going to name her kid Jace. Both Paden and Jace are going to have to explain their names EVERYDAY. And I hope they can stand up to other kids, because those names do not pass the playground text either.

I just looked her up and she named them Paden and Karsten. Awful names, really.

I just want to point out that both names are underlined with a red squiggly line as I write this post. I think that is a clear sign that these are stupid names.

Also, Utah Names.Utah Baby Namer
Re: Kre8ive Names
June 25, 2012
That Utah baby named is hilarious. Jennyfivetina? Apparently naming your kid this means you were a math major at BYU. I think it would be a source of merciless torment on the playground.
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pepper labeija
Damn. I was hoping it would be 'Mayden'. 'Paden' is pretty dumb though hysterical laughterz

I know someone who named her kid Paden. It's a stupid name. I also met someone who is going to name her kid Jace. Both Paden and Jace are going to have to explain their names EVERYDAY. And I hope they can stand up to other kids, because those names do not pass the playground text either.

I just looked her up and she named them Paden and Karsten. Awful names, really.

I just want to point out that both names are underlined with a red squiggly line as I write this post. I think that is a clear sign that these are stupid names.

Also, Utah Names.Utah Baby Namer
Karsten is a legitimate Scandinavian and Germanic name, but still rare even there and usually spelled with an umlauted A. That still doesn't mean it works in English-speaking countries, where umlauts aren't commonplace.
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Re: Kre8ive Names
June 30, 2012
Some common names these days, I see no reason for, but I won't go into detail except that I think the name "Kayleigh" should only be used by dyed-in-the-wool Marillion fan PNBs, and not for the firstborn. Marillion is the only sensible reason to use that name.
Re: Kre8ive Names
July 01, 2012
Ugh, saw more grade school honor roll students (seriously, I think the whole school is on the honor roll). There was someone named "Cricket." Lord, give me strength.
Re: Kre8ive Names
July 01, 2012
http://www.stupidkidnames.com/

I kind of like Abela Lincola myself.
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Re: Kre8ive Names
July 02, 2012
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Ugh, saw more grade school honor roll students (seriously, I think the whole school is on the honor roll). There was someone named "Cricket." Lord, give me strength.

Awww Cricket sounds kind of cute for a nickname. A real name? Naw.
Re: Kre8ive Names
July 06, 2012
I know someone in her early forties that is known as Cricket to friends...but her parents didn't saddle her with that name. I'm pretty sure her legal name is Laura.

I know someone who jam-packed as many polysyllabic names as possible on her two daughters. Each has at least 2 middle names, plus first name, PLUS last name. When it comes time to fill out legal paperwork (passport or driver's license applications...stuff that requires that you list ALL names), those girls won't be able to fit their names on the forms. The older kid has Gwendolynn Emmaline...younger kid is Genevieve Guinevere. Granted, all are 'real' names and not the "handful of Scrabble tiles" shite that passes for meaningless modern names.

So up to this point the girls' names are old-fashioned and overboard, but workable. But the move that tips this over into the 'loony' side of things? Both girls have "Avatar" as one of their middle names.

Poor girls.
Re: Kre8ive Names
July 06, 2012
I technically have a two-part first name, plus a middle name, plus a surname. I didn't always; I wanted my last name changed following my parents' divorce, but my father wanted his fucking "legacy" and didn't give permission for the longest time. When I was ready to graduate high school, I finally convinced him - sort of - and I had to e-mail him part of the form where he had to sign (he was in El Paso and I was in Arizona) so he could mail it back to me signed and notarized. I made it look like I was making a hyphenated last name when in reality I was doing what I described earlier so I could only be associated by a preferred surname. The form I sent didn't make me separate the names. devil with smile

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Re: Kre8ive Names
July 07, 2012
Seen in the local paper yesterday: Airieal

As if giving their kid a fairytale name isn't enough, they had to jack up the spelling too. No wonder she turned out to be a thief who stole $71,000 from the city government in less than two years.

Seen in another paper: Taighlor

The name Taylor was worn out back in the 80s, messing up the spelling doesn't make it new again.
Re: Kre8ive Names
July 12, 2012
Today's idiots: Decklyn, Keera-Chez and Drayna.
Numpties the lot of them.
Re: Kre8ive Names
July 12, 2012
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Today's idiots: Decklyn, Keera-Chez and Drayna.
Numpties the lot of them.

Keera-Chez sounds like a brand name, a cracker maybe?
Re: Kre8ive Names
July 13, 2012
This had me laughing my ass off:

http://deadspin.com/5924827/american-baby-names-are-somehow-getting-even-worse

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There's a bizarre assumption that if you can make your child's name unique, the child will be unique. And that's NEVER the case. Chances are, if you name your kid Braxlee, he or she is gonna end up bent over the sink in the back of a TGI Friday's, offering tail in exchange for a better skim off the tip pool.
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