Elmer

(17 Posts)
GW297 Sat 26-Jan-13 11:48:27

It's an elephant's name! I did know someone with this name in real life though. What about Eimer?!

ImNotaPheasantPlucker Fri 25-Jan-13 22:23:05

Ooop, sorry! Third glass of dry white to blame!

FriggFRIGGisPoorlySick Fri 25-Jan-13 22:08:13

<snort>

Elmo is a cool name....if you forget the connections...no?

Not that I can use it,Arlo and Elmo might be a bit much...

Mutt Fri 25-Jan-13 22:04:25

PheasantPlucker - that's Elmo!

Mutt Fri 25-Jan-13 22:03:57

Oh stop it.

ImNotaPheasantPlucker Fri 25-Jan-13 22:03:28

Tickle me Elmer!

FriggFRIGGisPoorlySick Fri 25-Jan-13 22:03:23

Gah!

PoppadomPreach Fri 25-Jan-13 22:02:34

Fud means fanny in Scotland so I can't see past that. There are better names I'm sure.

PelvicFloorClenchReminder Fri 25-Jan-13 22:01:32

Elephant.

hawkmcqueen Fri 25-Jan-13 22:01:25

But kids wouldn't know the Elmer Fudd association though and the elephant is very lovely x

GlaikitCheiftanOThePuddinRace Fri 25-Jan-13 22:00:54
MelodyHarmony Fri 25-Jan-13 22:00:08

Sorry, patchwork elephant all the way for me.

AppleOgies Fri 25-Jan-13 22:00:06

As in Fudd?

Or as in Elmer the Elephant?

FriggFRIGGisPoorlySick Fri 25-Jan-13 21:59:22

Ah,i knew there was another one...

GlaikitCheiftanOThePuddinRace Fri 25-Jan-13 21:59:09

Fudd

hawkmcqueen Fri 25-Jan-13 21:57:05

Fudd

FriggFRIGGisPoorlySick Fri 25-Jan-13 21:56:15

I like it....it's Old English,I like Old English names.
do you immediately think of the patchwork elephant?
Is it a no go? Or can I stick it on my long list?

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