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Is "Thirteens" a good boy's name?

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No, he is English, and his wife is a Lebanese.

How did she become pregnant then?

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How did she become pregnant then?

Turkey baster?

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Worst kids name I ever heard was L-ia.

Pronounced: Ladashia

True story

 

Not Lahyphenia?

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To continue the theme, I've decided if we ever have a daughter she will be called Alex&dra.

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No word of a lie, I know a child called Neveah. Doesn't sound too bad but read it backwards and you'll see why they were given the name.

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No word of a lie, I know a child called Neveah. Doesn't sound too bad but read it backwards and you'll see why they were given the name.

I know a Neveah too.

I saw a sheet on a roundabout today saying "Happy Birthday JORJAH "

That poor kid is going to have to spell it out to everyone she meets.

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I knew Tracey Lazenby quite well when I was a bit younger, ok, a fair bit younger. He certainly had a fearsome reputation.

 

He scored a belting try for KR on Scrumdown once, maybe summat for the other thread.

 

His folks named his elder brother Colin.

 

Not sure who got the rawest deal, tbh.

That's nothing. Their dad was a regular down at Dockers when I played for them. He was known as Bunny.

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No word of a lie, I know a child called Neveah. Doesn't sound too bad but read it backwards and you'll see why they were given the name.

 

Haeven?

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Blooming forum won't let me quote posts !!!

 

If the wife is Lebanese, what is 'thirteen' in Arabic ?

 

If the husband is from England, maybe his local dialect would give them an idea.  In Cumbria where I originate, thirteen is 'Tethera Dick' ..... or then again, maybe not.

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Q: .. what is 'thirteen' in Arabic ?

A: Thalathat Aachar (according to my missus!)

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How about "Jeu a Treize"?*

 

 

 

 

*Save you the bother Craig I shall consider myself banned until at least 72681109.

Could you translate "Jeu a Treize" into English?  What language is it?  français?

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No word of a lie, I know a child called Neveah. Doesn't sound too bad but read it backwards and you'll see why they were given the name.

So are they Satanists then, Heaven backwards? Or perhaps she was concieved at a populat Holiday Park and they threw in an extra e to be pretentious!!??

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My friend is a RL mad and his wife is pregnant (a boy).  He wants to name his son "Thirteens", because he loves RL.  Do you think that "Thirteens" is a good name?

 

Your ENGLISH mate wants to call his son thirteens?

 

OK  - go easy on the sherry this Christmas

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There used to be quite a few old teddy boys round by us who changed there names by deed poll to things like Billy Fury and Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley etc.

They were often up in court for fighting etc and there was some good headlines in the local paper about Gene Vincent stabbing Eddie Cochran or something.

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What team does "your mate" support?

 

He could call his son Halliwell Jones, because he'll probably never be top of the class.

 

Failing that.

 

Bullman.

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What team does "your mate" support?

 

He could call his son Halliwell Jones, because he'll probably never be top of the class.

 

Failing that.

 

Bullman.

Well, he supports Hull FC.

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Well, he supports Hull FC.

Yul, like Brynner.

 

Middle name, Neverwinatwembley.

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Perhaps it sounds better in your native tongue, but not in English no it's awful. How about Hooker, or Xiii.

 

Seriously speaking, would the names like "Hooker", "Prop" or "Fullback" be sound good?

Does "Hooker McKay" sound like a normal real person?

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Does "Hooker McKay" sound like a normal real person?

No, McKay is a Scottish surname!

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