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Sheryl 1 year ago
Actually met a person named Sh#thead. I guess her parents were going for "Sh#-thead". She was a really nice person despite that.
       
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Solly 1 year ago
A friend of mine swears a kid in his school was named "Exit."
       
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Clifton 1 year ago
There's generally a strong demographic component to this problem.
       
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Jos 1 year ago
There was a woman on Jerry Springer (where else) the other day named Cabbage.

I like the misspelled names like Isiah and Dwyane.
       
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Daniel 1 year ago
Other fake post.
       
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Mackenzie 1 year ago
Living in Africa, these are not so bad. Princess and Gift are common names, my daughter was in school with a kid named Nokia and one named Potlucko, I met a guy called Lunch and worked with a guy called Professor. I knew a guy called Lastborn, who had a younger brother called James. My friend had a grounds keeper called Million and I once spoke to a guy called Regopstaan (stand up straight).
       
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Steph 1 year ago
#4 typical case of ”Its not a phase mom!“
       
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Ellie 1 year ago
Know what a Certificate is? Verification of ownership.
Your birth certificate is just a receipt, you were born on a tax farm.
Isn't it sweet?

BTW favorite boy names in Berlin and London are now Mohammed.
       
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Augustina 1 year ago
Famous? I like that. Famous Curt Miller.
       
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Quillie 1 month ago
I know a Bilbo.

..and when you're brave enough...!
       
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"I used to work in labor and delivery. One of the very experienced nurses had two times she had to talk people out of naming their child Vagina... and explain why they were hearing that word they liked so much"

 

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