Baby names

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adekruif

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What are those red things in the grill?
Hella horns. You'de be amazed at the amount of people on the road that simply don't know how to drive, and 118 dB usually gets their attention pretty quick.
 

DuchessAimee

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uhm.... what do you want to do with all the Lazer-Sharks now?


Why do you keep telling my secrets!? No one knew that I had bred the sharks with lazers yet! They still thought I was using velcro to attach them onto their heads! If you tell one more secret, no birthday present for you!
 

DuchessAimee

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I don't have any baby names picked out. I didn't want to do something so cool without my husband.
 

wisebeardman

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I guess I could name my kids (if somehow I ever do have kids) after stargate Goa'uld System Lords
 

SeatBelt

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I don't understand why anyone would want to do that to their child. The Jello names blew me away. I've seen Aquanetta before. I didn't want to jump on the trendy name band wagon. I remember when Gwenyth Paltro named her daughter Apple. Seriously? So is your son going to be Pear? Give me a break.
No the son would be Orange. They just can't compare.
 

MissCris

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...is this where the cool kids are hanging out?

Don't you people ever sleep?
 

SeatBelt

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Well, after going & confronting the rich neighbor who was drunk and in the hot tub about how loud his music was and how it was preventing my 1st grader from sleeping at 11:00pm, I came back here, logged on, posted some and fell asleep... i woke up with the weight of my head resting against my right hand in such a way that my elbow was on fire and my hand is Still screaming from finger tips to mid forearm. I awoke, folded a load of laundry, posted some more and am now replying to you while watching Numb3rs.
 
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MissCris

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Well, if you're gonna be picky about what I call ya'll...

I was going to be so very clever right here and call everyone something totally hilarious, but then nothing hilariously clever came to mind. Why? Because I should be sleeping.

Who folds laundry in the middle of the night?! I applaud you for being far more dedicated than I am. There has been a basket of laundry waiting to be folded for the last 4 days. It's been taunting me.

 
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SeatBelt

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Basket? It was straight out of the dryer. It's all folded & stacked on the top of the washer right now... didn't want to be putting the kids clothes in their rooms whilst they sleep.
LOL, I'm not just a good father, I'd also make a good housewife... except for that whole gender thing, lol.
 

MissCris

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Wow...way to make me feel bad about myself :p

I'm the right gender to be a good housewife, and I can't figure it out.
 

SeatBelt

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I'd probably make a lousy wife, though, if that is any consolation, Cris.
 
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arwen83

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When I was working away selling drugs to Americans 6 years back, I was speaking to this one gentleman, whose name was Gaylord. Well in the olden days, that name wasn't so odd. Gay meaning happy and all. Well, this fellow was 21. To boot, he was refilling his Propecia medication that treats male pattern baldness. He must have had a rough childhood. Nowadays, Gaylord probably isn't the best name to choose for your son.
 

Ugly

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When I was working away selling drugs to Americans 6 years back, I was speaking to this one gentleman, whose name was Gaylord. Well in the olden days, that name wasn't so odd. Gay meaning happy and all. Well, this fellow was 21. To boot, he was refilling his Propecia medication that treats male pattern baldness. He must have had a rough childhood. Nowadays, Gaylord probably isn't the best name to choose for your son.
Wow, 'gay' meant happy 6 years ago in Canada? It hasn't meant that any longer, here in over 40 years.
 

DuchessAimee

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I should be sleeping. But am I? Nope. Apparently I just nap like a four year old.

Should I get married, I'm going to legally change my name to Aimee. I'm gonna get rid of all the names my father gave me. And then I'm going to have another party to celebrate the name change. It will be a potluck of some kind. And balloons! There will be balloons. Mhmm. I like this idea.
 

NukePooch

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I've always thought of a strong German name, such as Johann Gambolputty de von Ausfern...
 

Fenner

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When I was working away selling drugs to Americans 6 years back, I was speaking to this one gentleman, whose name was Gaylord. Well in the olden days, that name wasn't so odd. Gay meaning happy and all. Well, this fellow was 21. To boot, he was refilling his Propecia medication that treats male pattern baldness. He must have had a rough childhood. Nowadays, Gaylord probably isn't the best name to choose for your son.
Our financial advisor is named Gaylord. He's younger then me I wonder if it's the same guy.