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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Better learn before she names your grandchild after it!
    I'm hoping the "I'm not getting married. Maybe some day I'll adopt" phase will last long enough that she'll know better than to name her kid after an unpronounceable geological phenomenon. If that doesn't work and she turns out to be one of the rabid anti-nickname parents, I'll learn it.
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    I thought it was spelled Seamus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    I'm hoping the "I'm not getting married. Maybe some day I'll adopt" phase will last long enough that she'll know better than to name her kid after an unpronounceable geological phenomenon. If that doesn't work and she turns out to be one of the rabid anti-nickname parents, I'll learn it.
    Did I ever tell you about the friend-of-a-friend (not in the urban legend sense- I actually met these kids, several times) who named her daughters:

    Fhoidginnaegloickoeus (Fya-Jenna-Gleckus)

    Fhiorhaeoleous (Fye-Oreo-less)

    Fhaenacaeum Rhiammach (Fya-Nay-She-um Re-Om-Hatch)

    Apparently, they are Scots-Gaelic, but I don't think they were names, just amalgamations of word parts. I am reconstructing the spellings as best I can from memory. I do recall that there were many, many diph- and triphthongs.
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    Actually it's spelled Séamus, originally. But Shamus or Shaemus are existing spelling variations of it Variations that I like better.

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    WHOA!!!! Those are some really bad names. I'd kill my parents if I were them. But they are likely to get some weird nicknames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Did I ever tell you about the friend-of-a-friend (not in the urban legend sense- I actually met these kids, several times) who named her daughters:

    Fhoidginnaegloickoeus (Fya-Jenna-Gleckus)

    Fhiorhaeoleous (Fye-Oreo-less)

    Fhaenacaeum Rhiammach (Fya-Nay-She-um Re-Om-Hatch)

    Apparently, they are Scots-Gaelic, but I don't think they were names, just amalgamations of word parts. I am reconstructing the spellings as best I can from memory. I do recall that there were many, many diph- and triphthongs.
    Oh my! I will never say anything about my brother naming his kid Ezekiel again.
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    I've always been partial to Blake if it's a boy or Bailey for a girl.
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    I thought if I had more kids, I could call the boy "Uber" and the girl "Chick."

    Or not.

    (Hmm... if s/he is both, s/he could be "uberchick!")
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I thought if I had more kids, I could call the boy "Uber" and the girl "Chick."

    Or not.

    (Hmm... if s/he is both, s/he could be "uberchick!")
    on discovery health their was a special on that thing where you're your own twin (chimerism) and one of them was obvious as it had been a twin boy and girl fused as one and half of her/his body was lighter then other and one side was male and one female. I think it was called I'm my own twin
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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