Funniest/weirdest/most unusual baby names - page 35
Hi all! As many of you know by now, Kim Kardashian had her baby. As if you couldn't miss all the annoying coverage over every single detail. They named that poor kid North West. What are some of the funniest/weirdest/most... Read More
- 5Mar 28 by sharpeimom GuideNot the actual name but the spelling of it.
I've bought craft stuff from DS Smith for years on a popular online auction site and the seller has always signed DS Smith. Yesterday's package was signed Dwain. Dwain?? As in "Dwain the bathtub. I'm dwouning?!" I know... I know... sometimes I'm still nine!
- 0Mar 30 by sharpeimom GuideQuote from kakamegamamaMy cousin is a social worker in a large city that isn't in the south but borders the south and has veryI may have mentioned this already and I'm too tired/lazy to go and see if I can find out if I actually did.....once I heard of a patient who named her baby girl "vagina" and pronounced it "vageena". Poor child......
Southern feel sometimes. A woman in her twenties, from the neighboring hill country was put on bed rest in the hospital while pregnant with twins. She didn't have electricity or indoor plumbing at home.
She loved watching TV and watched the PBS series Victoria Regina with rapt attention.
When her baby girls arrived a few weeks later, she named them Regina (pronounced Regeena) and
Vagina (pronounced Vageena) which absolutely no one could talk her out of. She was required by the state to change little Vagina's name spelling to the way it was pronounced, but still... AACCKK!
I've wondered who baby Vageena finally grew up to be. Poor kid!
- 13:58 am by Girlafraid13Quote from sali22My cousin is a school principal. A very proper lady and she said she has had a student named shithead poor kid.Honestly I don't believe anyone is named shithead, la-a, lemonjello, orangejello, female, abcde. Let's not post the same urban legends over and over again like the other thread.
- 03:18 pm by AGE87I used to work in pathology before I became a nursing student. We had some bloodwork on a set of newborn twins named "orangejello" and "lemonjello". I didn't believe it at first and made the tech show me the vials. Sure enough....
Supposedly, they were pronounced "or-AHN-gelo" and "leh-MON-gelo".