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What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby?

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tiredstudentmom has 5 years experience and specializes in Medical Assisting.

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How about twins- I'm dead serious about this- One mother named her twin boys- L'rangejello and L'monjello. (that's right- orange jello and lemon jello)

My mom in law told me about that! What a doozie that pair of names! :o

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No Stars In My Eyes has 43 years experience and specializes in Med nurse in med-surg., float, HH, and PDN.

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This is the funniest thread and I'm loving it......BUT,I have to get up at 5 AM, so I'll have to pick it up again tomorrow.....However I have few names to add: twin girls PURITY and SERENITY and one can only wonder if they were, as they grew up ; I worked with a girl whose name was Benema , she pronounced it Beh-NEEM-ah........I've heard of a Daquari and a Martini.........A boy named Major Riddle, b/c his folks couldn't figure out HOW they could've conceived with the birthcontrol methodS they used......THOR and TITAN......A woman named Prince Poore.......There was a woman name of Fannie Passmore........A girl named SINCERE.........and I know there was/is a thread with Dr.s names and I should find it and put these three there, but I',m just gonna put'em here: Dr. Nurse, Dr Lawless, and Dr.Habit. I literally have been "collecting" names for 40 years and have a LARGE Rubbermaid TUB full of lists of names. So, people think I'm a little peculiar , but it keeps me off the streets. I'm always asked "But, what do you DO with them?" Easy answer is, I"m quite entertained when I find new names for my list. I've also written HAIKU using names ONLY!!! ...Some more names: Bumella (F) ; Genesis (F) ; Queen Destiny (F) ; Hardwood (M) ; Floss (M) ; Unique (M) ; Loans (M) ; Memory (F) ; Bromine (F) ; Moncravious (M); Royal Fred (M) ; Sacred Stone (F) ; Flake (M) ; Eon (M) ; Whitey Black (M): and the final one--a patient 20 yrs. ago told me he went to school with a guy named Bob Bupp, and the terrible joke they told about him was that he could never drown because he'd , yep, bob up.

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Irishpsychintern has 4 years experience and specializes in Psychiatric..

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Well, I heard a mother calling her daughter one day in a crowded shop... Ill have to try spell it phonetically so youll understand.............. so here she was-----------"yev-von-eee"................Another lady remarked that that was a name she had never heard before and enquired about how to spell it......

The mother says "Y, v, o, n, n, e"..............................

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Aymese has 6 years experience and specializes in cardiac (CCU/Heart Transplant, cath lab).

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Leviathan...yes, an evil sea monster.

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k-t-did specializes in OB, OR.

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During my OB rotation in school, a baby was born and the mom named him "Twenty-Ten Tiger".

He was visited by his brothers, Tarantula and Tarzan.

I wish I was lying.

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My co-workers told me about a baby named Abcde. You're asking, "How do you pronounce it? "Ab-si-dee." Can you imagine how many times it will be pronounced by reading the names of the letters? Jeez...

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My mom had a set of twins in her class named Clitoria and Clitoris. No lie! I really wish people would realize names can affect wether you get a job or not... Smh..

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No Stars In My Eyes has 43 years experience and specializes in Med nurse in med-surg., float, HH, and PDN.

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Some parents should have their heads knocked together! Those poor twins (the clitorii girls.) Isn't that some kind of abuse?

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sharpeimom has 20 years experience and specializes in ortho, hospice volunteer, psych,.

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horace horatio hollowpeter iii:uhoh3::confused:

:eek:that means two more with that ghastly name are running around somewhere!:eek:

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