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(Live Science)   Expert says that baby-naming regret is on the rise among parents, and that it damn well should be with all the little Braden Jaden Aidens and Kayeghleighs and Dacrons and Sinutabs out there   (livescience.com) divider line 609
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2012-10-20 06:48:50 PM

TotesCrayCray: So, you're siding with one of American history's biggest assholes? Naming the kid Nicola would be a mini tribute to Tesla and an acknowledgement of the horrible person that Edison was. Trying to postmortem make it up to Tesla by keeping his name alive would be classy.


A couple points ...

1. I have nothing to "make up" to Tesla, so that's a pointless idea to consider.
2. Nobody cares about your nerdrage grudge boner for a guy you never met, least of all me.

Thanks for your concern, though. Now that we've given him a solid name, we just have to teach him not to be a loudmouthed douchenozzle. Since he'll probably never meet you, I think we're safe.
 
2012-10-20 06:49:13 PM
No love for "Baron Von Hugendong?"

0.tqn.com
 
Skr
2012-10-20 06:52:41 PM
I'll be naming my kid either Drizzt Do'Urden or Anna May, depending on the gender. NO REGERTS 


www.bestworstadvice.com
 
2012-10-20 07:13:43 PM

Cyno01: What does Fark think of (wee baby) Seamus? I'm of Irish descent and my fiancée loves Irish culture but she's not sold on Seamus. I don't think pronunciation will be a problem since people who aren't idiots dot have a problem with Sean. I don't think it's too weird and worst case we call him Sam, which is my name. That's almost a family tradition, my dad is Jonathan and my grandpa was Johnathan, so my dads not a Jr...

/she still needs some convincing about Danger for a middle name too


I like it a lot, but there's gonna be some wit in grade school who sees the spelling and comes up with "semen." That wouldn't deter me (obvious jokes are only funny the first time), but Sean is also a good option.
 
2012-10-20 07:16:17 PM
thumbnails.hulu.com

Red rover! Red Rover! Send Spina Bifida on over!

SNL - Camp Ujaama

/Am I really the first?
 
2012-10-20 07:22:12 PM
Swear to God my daughters best friend is named Febreze.

I also went to to school with a girl named Virgina. Named after a grandmother Virginia and an aunt named Regina.

//Worked with a guy who named his daughter Sally-Ella...
 
2012-10-20 07:27:04 PM
So, I've got twins on the way, and we are just starting to get into the name debate...I'm torn between finding something literary or slightly geekish, a family historical name, or maybe of a favorite musician. My problem is convincing the wife. I doubt she'd be in line with the first two, but I'm working on her with regards to Sascha.

/rip the system!
 
2012-10-20 07:28:32 PM

Ed_Severson: A couple points ...

1. I have nothing to "make up" to Tesla, so that's a pointless idea to consider.


You personally? Nope. But if you're going to glorify where you came from then you might as well do it all the way. Cherry picking the best parts is disingenuous.

2. Nobody cares about your nerdrage grudge boner for a guy you never met, least of all me.

Ah, ad hominem. Personal attacks. Unfortunately for you attacking the source of the point being made cannot, and will not, invalidate the point being made.

Thanks for your concern, though. Now that we've given him a solid name,

You gave him a name that shows a glorious lack of knowledge of the English language. That's not something to praise.

we just have to teach him not to be a loudmouthed douchenozzle. Since he'll probably never meet you, I think we're safe.

You're glorifying one of the greatest assholes to ever taint this great nation. Thomas Alva Edison was a thief, a liar, murdered many animals, a cheat, and a slanderer. He got rich off of the backs of hard working and intelligent people, stole their ideas, and never as much as acknowledged them afterwards. And you hold this man in high esteem. You're either as bad of a person as Edison or you are willfully ignorant in order to preserve your warm happy feelings.

It's not other people that you should be worrying about when it comes to bad influences on your child.
 
2012-10-20 07:33:59 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: kc278: Not to break up the circlejerk, but I gave my daughter a "non-traditional" name.

It's a real word, has deep personal meaning for me, is beautful sounding, isn't especially difficult to spell or pronounce phonetically, and is readily shortened to a "normal" sounding (but still uncomon) name.

Eikasia (Εικασία: archaic Greek for "imagination"). Kasey for short.

My point is that stunt naming can be pulled off, but it requires a little more thought than many people seem to be able to muster.

Ike-Asia? Yikes


It's closer to "ah-Kasia." The first syllable is soft and unaccented.

In any event, it's been thirteen years and I haven't heard any complaints.
 
2012-10-20 07:37:38 PM

TotesCrayCray: You're glorifying one of the greatest assholes to ever taint this great nation.


I think you're confused ... we didn't name him after you.

We picked a name we liked that had historical significance to the family and happened to be uncommon. The end.

You'll get over it.
 
2012-10-20 08:00:14 PM

Ed_Severson: TotesCrayCray: You're glorifying one of the greatest assholes to ever taint this great nation.

I think you're confused ... we didn't name him after you.

We picked a name we liked that had historical significance to the family and happened to be uncommon. The end.

You'll get over it.


Going for the meta, "untouchable" approach, eh? You're not Drew.

You seem to be dodging the fact that that Thomas Edison was a horrible, horrible person. Do you deny the facts about what Edison did during his life?

It's going to be really uncomfortable for your kid when he inevitability researches his name sake. I guarantee you that he will one day. He's going to come to know the actions and atrocities that Edison committed. Shiat will really hit the fan when he sees the video about Topsy the elephant on youtube.
 
2012-10-20 08:04:19 PM
The guy that runs the place at my work is named Ashley. Doesn't even call himself Ash or anything. Always wondered why some parents give their son girl names, I'll tell ya life ain't easy being a boy named Sue.
 
2012-10-20 08:09:32 PM

TotesCrayCray: Going for the meta, "untouchable" approach, eh?


No, it was just the quickest way I could think of to convey to you that I don't give two tenths of fark all about your opinions, I don't require your approval, and you've literally not said anything worthwhile. It's been fun, though, to watch you continue to make faulty assumptions and shake your tiny fist at the sky for absolutely no purpose whatsoever. You're adorable.
 
2012-10-20 08:10:01 PM

TotesCrayCray: Ed_Severson: TotesCrayCray: You're glorifying one of the greatest assholes to ever taint this great nation.

I think you're confused ... we didn't name him after you.

We picked a name we liked that had historical significance to the family and happened to be uncommon. The end.

You'll get over it.

Going for the meta, "untouchable" approach, eh? You're not Drew.

You seem to be dodging the fact that that Thomas Edison was a horrible, horrible person. Do you deny the facts about what Edison did during his life?

It's going to be really uncomfortable for your kid when he inevitability researches his name sake. I guarantee you that he will one day. He's going to come to know the actions and atrocities that Edison committed. Shiat will really hit the fan when he sees the video about Topsy the elephant on youtube.


Fark you were busy last Christmas, how many alts did you generate before dinner at your sisters house 9beers?
 
2012-10-20 08:18:17 PM
"Yeah, Shaniqua, she just popped out one keed after another, and then it all stopped after Norplant was born."
 
2012-10-20 08:22:49 PM

Ed_Severson: No, it was just the quickest way I could think of to convey to you that I don't give two tenths of fark all about your opinions, I don't require your approval, and you've literally not said anything worthwhile. It's been fun, though, to watch you continue to make faulty assumptions and shake your tiny fist at the sky for absolutely no purpose whatsoever. You're adorable.


Because "Edison did horrible things" is a faulty assumption, right? In any case, you're the one dodging questions and facts. I've directly answered and responded to you each time. You just ignore everything and go with personal attacks instead. I wonder if being an asshole is genetic. It would explain a couple of things.

sno man: Fark you were busy last Christmas, how many alts did you generate before dinner at your sisters house 9beers?


9beers? I'm guessing that he's another Farker. No, I am not him. I've no use for an alt. I'm more than happy to call people out on their nonsense directly.
 
2012-10-20 08:26:48 PM
My students once asked me what I would name my child, should I ever have one.

I looked at them with all seriousness and said
"If it is a girl I will name her Hepzebah Jemimah. And if it is a boy Jochaim Misobeseth." (not sure about the spelling, too lazy to look them up) Anyway they are old testament Bible names. The kids freaked.

Alas, we cannot have any children, so they were spared.
 
2012-10-20 08:26:53 PM

TotesCrayCray: In any case, you're the one dodging questions and facts.


I'm not dodging anything. You're just operating under the faulty premise that I owe you an explanation (I don't, but I graciously provided it anyway) or give a shiat about your opinion (not even a little bit).

Anything else you want to get frothy at the mouth over, or are you about finished?
 
2012-10-20 08:33:11 PM
A good friend of mine named his daughter Michael. He heard of some actress once that had that name, and he thought it was cool. She's about 20 now and still hasn't forgiven him.
 
2012-10-20 08:34:11 PM
Rhiannon, Amaryllis, Cassandra, Genevra, Christopher. All get shortened to use familiarly, but they use the long versions for 'formal' stuff. Love them still. And the names, too;)
 
2012-10-20 08:34:14 PM

croesius: So, I've got twins on the way, and we are just starting to get into the name debate...I'm torn between finding something literary or slightly geekish, a family historical name, or maybe of a favorite musician. My problem is convincing the wife. I doubt she'd be in line with the first two, but I'm working on her with regards to Sascha.

/rip the system!


Just don't make their names rhyme. And don't dress them alike. Why do people do that?
 
2012-10-20 08:37:38 PM

RicosRoughnecks: The guy that runs the place at my work is named Ashley. Doesn't even call himself Ash or anything. Always wondered why some parents give their son girl names, I'll tell ya life ain't easy being a boy named Sue.


Ashley wasn't a girls' name until this century. It used to be exclusively a man's name. Remember Ashley Wilkes from Gone With The Wind? Aubrey, Carol (with spelling variations), Leslie, Marion, Evelyn, and Stacy are in the same boat. They started out for men but became popular for girls as well, and now are hardly ever used for boys anymore.
 
2012-10-20 08:41:28 PM

RicosRoughnecks: The guy that runs the place at my work is named Ashley. Doesn't even call himself Ash or anything. Always wondered why some parents give their son girl names, I'll tell ya life ain't easy being a boy named Sue.


... Because Ashley is a boy's name.

And Aiden is the feminine of Aidan. Or was, until Americans got hold of it. People, please, do your research.

/Since it came up last time, this is not my real name, so no worries for me
 
2012-10-20 08:42:21 PM

Medusa's Daughter: My students once asked me what I would name my child, should I ever have one.

I looked at them with all seriousness and said
"If it is a girl I will name her Hepzebah Jemimah. And if it is a boy Jochaim Misobeseth." (not sure about the spelling, too lazy to look them up) Anyway they are old testament Bible names. The kids freaked.

Alas, we cannot have any children, so they were spared.


Those are FANTASTIC cat names though.
 
2012-10-20 08:42:46 PM

OpieTaylor: A good friend of mine named his daughter Michael. He heard of some actress once that had that name, and he thought it was cool. She's about 20 now and still hasn't forgiven him.


1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-10-20 08:43:39 PM

Isildur: SundaesChild: /parent of a Maia



[i.imgur.com image 465x619]


*golf clap*
 
2012-10-20 08:48:05 PM
If I ever have kids, I like Gaston, Raphael, or Constantine for a boy. For a girl, I like Ophelia, Odile, or Sabine.

I'm pretty sure I have weird taste.
 
2012-10-20 08:56:33 PM
We gave my boy family names but call him by his initials, JD. All my college buddies swear I named him after my favorite whiskey. Lord knows I drank enough of it in college.
 
2012-10-20 08:57:33 PM

digitalrain: AverageAmericanGuy: Shyla: Currently trying to talk my daughter out of naming her daughter Saorise. I have 2 months left and I'm afraid I'm not going to be successful.

How would that be pronounced? Sow-ree-say? Sow-rise? Sow-ree-zee?

Isn't it pronounced Sor-sha?


No, it's pronounced Kay-Luh
 
2012-10-20 08:59:00 PM

Maralyn Minks: If I ever have kids, I like Gaston, Raphael, or Constantine for a boy. For a girl, I like Ophelia, Odile, or Sabine.

I'm pretty sure I have weird taste.


You sound French.

Toute les noms sont d'origine française.

/auto correct is a biatch when trying to type in another language not installed.
 
2012-10-20 09:07:27 PM

BumpInTheNight: WhippingBoy: The thing I hate the worst is people with a "Celtic" background giving their children some sort of hard-core, uncommon (in North America) "Celtic" name (Bronwyn, Ciaran, etc.).
The closest experience most of these people have with the "old country" is buying a Shamrock shake from McDonalds.

Props to that, they should stick to traditional north american names like dancing eagle and smoking bear.


Don't forget "Handsome Stranger"!
 
2012-10-20 09:37:38 PM
SundaesChild: /parent of a Maia
Isildur: [ARE YOU A WIZARD]

SilentStrider: *golf clap*


Glad someone appreciated that. =)
 
2012-10-20 09:44:53 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: TastyEloi: lyanna96: AverageAmericanGuy: Arthur Jumbles: lohphat: NewportBarGuy: Sinutab?

... Ching Chong Lee becomes Amy Lee and Ling Long Kwan becomes Lisa Kwan.

They aren't given those names at birth, much of the time.

wotthefark: Arthur Jumbles: lohphat: NewportBarGuy: A kid in my kid's kindergarten class is Asian and named Lily?

I have to bite my tongue when the Asian "asian" parents show up. Plus the kids name is Xiao or some shiat but they chose an "Engrish" name and went with "Riry".



/You sound Southern.

I think a lot of Asian immigrants give their kids common American names because, for some strange reason, they care about the welfare and future of their children, and want them to successfully integrate into the culture they're going to be a living in.

Yeah, one of my buddies is from Ghana and he has a traditional Ghanan name, which almost sounds like one of the stereotypical African American names. It would be completely appropriate for him to name his son Kwamenza or Twumaso, but he chose Franklin.



Franklin you say?
i641.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-20 09:46:43 PM

Mugato: croesius: So, I've got twins on the way, and we are just starting to get into the name debate...I'm torn between finding something literary or slightly geekish, a family historical name, or maybe of a favorite musician. My problem is convincing the wife. I doubt she'd be in line with the first two, but I'm working on her with regards to Sascha.

/rip the system!

Just don't make their names rhyme. And don't dress them alike. Why do people do that?


You're goddamn right on both accounts!
 
2012-10-20 09:51:39 PM

Ed_Severson: TotesCrayCray: In any case, you're the one dodging questions and facts.

I'm not dodging anything. You're just operating under the faulty premise that I owe you an explanation (I don't, but I graciously provided it anyway) or give a shiat about your opinion (not even a little bit).

Anything else you want to get frothy at the mouth over, or are you about finished?


I'm not looking for an explanation. I'm just pointing out your inane and laughable behavior. Frothy? So you're one of those who assumes that anyone who dissents from your own ideology is automatically worked up into a seething rage. I'll gladly disappoint you and let you know that I'm quite calm and have been throughout. You're amusing. You've shown yourself to be as truth dodging and willfully ignorant as the average fundie christian.

I don't care if you care about my opinion. I don't care why you made your poor choices. I just want to let you know that you idolize a raging asshole of epic proportions. There is damn near nothing redeemable about Edison. He's a movie grade villain and deserves nothing but scorn.

Your kid, if he has any decency, will come to resent you for giving him a last name as a first and the last name of a despicable person. And that fills me with a warm fuzzy feeling. I appreciate that.

Now, if you excuse me, I had a large lunch and it's time to go to the bathroom and drop an Edison.
 
2012-10-20 09:54:43 PM

FirstNationalBastard: OpieTaylor: A good friend of mine named his daughter Michael. He heard of some actress once that had that name, and he thought it was cool. She's about 20 now and still hasn't forgiven him.

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 640x480]


i1127.photobucket.com

Michael Steele of (briefly) The Runaways and The Bangles
 
2012-10-20 09:54:46 PM

HotIgneous Intruder: Brayden, Jayden, Kayden bullcrap.
When my daughter was born, I sent out an email to the family saying that we had named her Placenta Febreze.

/Joke, of course.


So awesome that your mother didn't knife you.
 
2012-10-20 09:57:49 PM
-> Gets asked a direct question

TotesCrayCray: Do you deny the facts about what Edison did during his life?


-> Doesn't answer

-> Then,

Ed_Severson: I'm not dodging anything.


Riiight...
 
2012-10-20 09:58:38 PM
I've come across a lot of interesting old names while doing genealogy, including a lot of "mother's maiden names" as first names. Female: Tryphena and Suphrona (sisters of Mary, Alice, etc), Fedora, Philasy, lots of Minervas, Alfaretta, Aura, Mahala, Ruhama, Icy, Orriet
Male: Clendenin (no last name like this in the family, but it got passed on to several younger relatives), Clove, Orange, Pearl, Marquis (known as Mark), Salathiel, Smoke, etc etc
All 1800s. Though I wish I knew if those were also considered "weird" back then or not. I'm sure a lot are Biblical names that fell out of favor and aren't as recognizable now. Quite a few families who named their kids after states, too: Tennessee and her siblings Florida, Missouri, Texas, Kansas and Arizona. Oh, and brother Jesse in between Kansas and Arizona, cuz I guess you need to have one kid be the odd one...
 
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2012-10-20 10:00:38 PM

sporkme: [i1156.photobucket.com image 500x375]

/Dave, Charlotte and Lily


My grade school Phys Ed teacher's name was Soda Popp, and his sister was named Lolly. We didn't believe him till he pulled out his drivers license.
 
2012-10-20 10:02:01 PM

Shyla: AverageAmericanGuy: Shyla: Currently trying to talk my daughter out of naming her daughter Saorise. I have 2 months left and I'm afraid I'm not going to be successful.

How would that be pronounced? Sow-ree-say? Sow-rise? Sow-ree-zee?

From what I understand the pronunciation is 'Seer-sha', it's Irish, wish neither my family or baby daddy's family are.


What's the middle name? This is important.
/son's middle name is Thelonious.
 
2012-10-20 10:04:05 PM

TotesCrayCray: There is damn near nothing redeemable about Edison. He's a movie grade villain and deserves nothing but scorn.


Very, very few people in history have truly deserved to be called movie-grade villains. Tesla was not God, and although Edison was not a saint, he was not the Devil either.
 
2012-10-20 10:08:02 PM

TotesCrayCray: I just want to let you know that you idolize a raging asshole of epic proportions.


Remember earlier when we talked about you making numerous faulty assumptions?

You don't like Thomas Edison. We get it. Like I said a long time ago -- nobody gives a shiat. It's a discussion about baby names, not a historical soapbox. Nobody cares. You've wasted a half day of your life preaching to me about a subject I literally have no interest in as if I've built a shrine to the guy and pray to him three times a day. It's just a name we like that has historical significance to the family.

My family, by the way, not yours. So fark off and go cry some more.
 
2012-10-20 10:12:22 PM

Swiss Colony: My wife and I can't decide on a name for our daughter due early next year. We've a non-finalised short list of Alison, Julia or Sofia. We already have one daughter called Catherine.


We thought about what sort of person we were hoping to raise. You like each of those names for a reason. Say them out loud and notice what comes to mind. I'm partial to Alison with one l myself. Julia and Sofia seem like lightweights. Sophia, though....
 
2012-10-20 10:14:42 PM

CtrlAltDestroy: -> Gets asked a direct question

TotesCrayCray: Do you deny the facts about what Edison did during his life?

-> Doesn't answer

-> Then, Ed_Severson: I'm not dodging anything.

Riiight...


The dude has spent hours of his time berating me for something I quite literally don't care about and which concerns him not one farking bit. I have no obligation to answer anything he asks. I'm not dodging his questions at all. As soon as he asks something relevant and interesting, I'll answer. If he's just here to jerk himself off over a guy that's been dead for 80 years (and clearly he is) for the benefit of no one at all, he can do that alone.
 
2012-10-20 10:46:49 PM

Ed_Severson: TotesCrayCray: I just want to let you know that you idolize a raging asshole of epic proportions.

Remember earlier when we talked about you making numerous faulty assumptions?

You don't like Thomas Edison. We get it. Like I said a long time ago -- nobody gives a shiat. It's a discussion about baby names, not a historical soapbox. Nobody cares. You've wasted a half day of your life preaching to me about a subject I literally have no interest in as if I've built a shrine to the guy and pray to him three times a day. It's just a name we like that has historical significance to the family.

My family, by the way, not yours. So fark off and go cry some more.


This is exactly about names. I've never said otherwise. This is about the origin of the name, which you brought up. The name is in reference to someone awful. That's the point. You named your kid after a terrible human being. Good job.

Wasted half of my day? How slowly do you type? I've spend under a dozen minutes today responding to you. I was browsing Fark anyway. Seeing if a thread that I've commented in has new posts is a fast and trivial matter. Be productive around the house, goof off line for a couple of minutes. Productive followed by more relaxing online. Repeat till it's night and that's a decent Saturday. It's not as if I'm stalking you. But nice attempt at a strawman in order to ad hominem me again. It's still ineffective.

You claim that you have no interest in this yet you're still responding and posting. I sense a damaged pride. If you truly didn't care you wouldn't be trying this hard to make the dissenter shut up. That's the best part about this. You are taking it personal.

Ed_Severson: The dude has spent hours of his time berating me for something I quite literally don't care about and which concerns him not one farking bit. I have no obligation to answer anything he asks. I'm not dodging his questions at all. As soon as he asks something relevant and interesting, I'll answer. If he's just here to jerk himself off over a guy that's been dead for 80 years (and clearly he is) for the benefit of no one at all, he can do that alone.


You again claim that you don't care yet you continue to try to defend your laughable choices in life. Just so you know, being asked a direct question and not acknowledging it is exactly dodging. And once again, ad hominems do not invalidate my points. Whether I'm a jerk or not has no effect on your choice to name your unfortunate kid after an asshole.
 
2012-10-20 10:48:49 PM

Hollie Maea: drewogatory: At my old job we would automatically shiatcan any application with a stupid, stupid name on the grounds that the apple never falls far from the tree. Probably made us racist, but we were just too damn lazy to go thru the paperwork hassle of firing dumbasses.

Not sure why you would brag about being intellectually lazy, but I'm sure it makes sense to you.


Maybe they're working?
 
2012-10-20 10:54:18 PM

Millennium: Very, very few people in history have truly deserved to be called movie-grade villains. Tesla was not God, and although Edison was not a saint, he was not the Devil either.


Blood and guts horror movie? Naw. Drama/thriller? Sure. He publicly electrocuted animals and then created a new method of human execution in a smear campaign designed to vilify his opponent. All so that he could push his inferior technology (for the particular application in question) and get more money. That's movie grade shiat.
 
2012-10-20 10:55:50 PM

Shotgun Justice: To people who think I picked it because it was Randian: you are wrong. Atlas is a bit older than that moron.

/Southern Liberal


Enjoy the rest of your life.
 
2012-10-20 11:06:25 PM

TotesCrayCray: The name is in reference to someone awful. That's the point.


Again -- your opinion, which quite literally nobody cares about. That is the point.

But nice attempt at a strawman in order to ad hominem me again. It's still ineffective.

I'll just point out, since you've been crying for hours about ad hominem, that you called me "a derpy parent" before I directed one word toward you. Once again, I don't give a fark what you think, but since you're having such a grand time whining about it, you might consider that it's happening because you initiated it.

You claim that you have no interest in this yet you're still responding and posting.

I have no interest in your boring tirade about Thomas Edison's moral compass. I'm just responding because, at this point, it's kind of amazing to me that my not-quite-3-year-old son gets the point faster than a presumably grown man.

Just so you know, being asked a direct question and not acknowledging it is exactly dodging.

I can see how it might appear that way to someone stupid. On my side of the fence, it's a little different. Failing to acknowledge a direct question from a raving moron whose opinion I value less than dogshiat about a topic I don't care about? Well, that's just good common sense.

What else would you like to not discuss?
 
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