Bad, Hilarious, Or Just Absurd Baby Names

Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Acey, Oct 5, 2016.

  1. bornofthesea670

    bornofthesea670 Well-Known Member

    Having twins on Thanksgiving

    Name one Sage and one Crouton

    Give it a stupid spelling so it looks plausibly like a real name
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  2. Acey

    Acey hand extended, waiting for a shake

    Even worse idea for this scenario: Turkey and Cranberry.
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  3. bornofthesea670

    bornofthesea670 Well-Known Member

    Nah i want plausible fake names. Tell folks it's an old family name and you think it's from France. Croutine or something. Throw an accent on one of the letters.
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  4. budgie

    budgie not actually a bird

    If you want plausible fake French names you gotta make it hyphenated. Jean-Croutine is somehow 100% more believable than Croutine.
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  5. bornofthesea670

    bornofthesea670 Well-Known Member

    I will try to use this knowledge wisely
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  6. BaseDeltaZero

    BaseDeltaZero Shitposting all night.

    Allow me to present what is probably the most unfortunate name of all time:

    Article in Spanish because???
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  7. Raire

    Raire Turquoise Helicoid

    Technically his name was Simeón, which does not mean semen. I... don't know how Semen is the translation, honestly.
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  8. Raire

    Raire Turquoise Helicoid

    Like his name should be SIMON
  9. BaseDeltaZero

    BaseDeltaZero Shitposting all night.

    Mind that while the article is in Spanish (because there doesn't seem to be an equivalent English one and that was what I had), he was... Ukranian, I think? Something along those lines, not Spanish.
  10. Raire

    Raire Turquoise Helicoid

    Fair enough, that's a good point!
  11. ChelG

    ChelG Well-Known Member

    Joke in Terrible Writing Advice this thread reminds me of: "But the company owner is named Justin John James. You can always trust a man with three first names."
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