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post #16 of 103
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which would be Ex-zay-vyoor

A linguistic abomination introduced by Americans incapable of pronouncing foreign words. Please don't saddle your kid with this; there are better ways to make him miserable.
post #17 of 103
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post
A linguistic abomination introduced by Americans incapable of pronouncing foreign words. Please don't saddle your kid with this; there are better ways to make him miserable.

Like locking them in a room full of nothing but black/white/grey objects, like some sort of late '90s Express floor set or something, and never exposing them to color until their late teens. Every child is a new experiment.
post #18 of 103
In Hartford there seems to be a lot of Puerto Ricans named Jesus (Hey-soos), I've always thought it sounded silly.
post #19 of 103
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In Hartford there seems to be a lot of Puerto Ricans named Jesus (Hey-soos), I've always thought it sounded silly.
call them 'chewy'. by mentioning the puerto ricans you've reminded me of the name 'hector'. i hate that one.
post #20 of 103
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Originally Posted by matadorpoeta View Post
call them 'chewy'.

by mentioning the puerto ricans you've reminded me of the name 'hector'. i hate that one.

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post #21 of 103
wondering if anyone dislikes mine. because of the douchebag who made it ever so popular and i never hear the end of it. but, ashton anyone?
post #22 of 103
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wondering if anyone dislikes mine. because of the douchebag who made it ever so popular and i never hear the end of it. but, ashton anyone?

'ashton' sounds like you are middle class and your mother gave you a name she thought sounded upper-class. perhaps she heard it in a soap opera.
post #23 of 103
I dislike the name Michael. The awkward ae in the name always bugs me.
I'm not real fond of Jack, John, George, or Robert.

I'm also not real fond of the names Mary, Amy, Ann, Erin, or Joan.
post #24 of 103
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I dislike the name Michael. The awkward ae in the name always bugs me.
I'm not real fond of Jack, John, George, or Robert.

I'm also not real fond of the names Mary, Amy, Ann, Erin, or Joan.

i dislike george, and especially the name jorge.

i like 'mary' but agree with you on the rest. very bland.
post #25 of 103
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
I dislike the name Michael. The awkward ae in the name always bugs me.
I'm not real fond of Jack, John, George, or Robert.

I'm also not real fond of the names Mary, Amy, Ann, Erin, or Joan.

I actually like Jack quite a bit. I have only ever known one.
post #26 of 103
Bismark. Roy (Roy Rogers excluded). Jackqueline or any other "cute" ways of spelling perfectly normal names. Dorothy. That's it for now. I second on liking "Jack."
post #27 of 103
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Originally Posted by matadorpoeta View Post
'ashton' sounds like you are middle class and your mother gave you a name she thought sounded upper-class. perhaps she heard it in a soap opera.

'Madison' is in the same boat.
post #28 of 103
I had a friend named Blaise, I always thought it was a nickname spelled "Blaze" and thought it was retarded. Coincidentally, I also have a friend named Pascal.
post #29 of 103
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'Madison' is in the same boat.

hahahahahaha. well. my little sisters name is madison. rofl. my name was originally going to be andrew, but i guess they decided to change it. w/e. i like mine because i rarely if ever hear it anywhere other than on tv.
post #30 of 103
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I dislike the name Michael. The awkward ae in the name always bugs me.
I'm not real fond of Jack, John, George, or Robert.

I'm also not real fond of the names Mary, Amy, Ann, Erin, or Joan.

The Irish spelling of Michael (Micheál, pronounced mee-hawl) is better in my opinion. My middle name is Jack.

I hate the name Tanner, and most Russian girl names.
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