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So Frankie Sandford and Wayne Bridge have called their baby

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ShadeofViolet Fri 18-Oct-13 13:26:57


Parker Bridge

CommanderShepard Fri 25-Oct-13 23:13:31

I LOVE "a ticket of a week". Sounds like something an actor in a WWII film might say.

Unlike Parker <runs>

MoreThanWordsforAnyFucker Thu 24-Oct-13 21:14:21

And married to Kirstie Alley!

MoreThanWordsforAnyFucker Thu 24-Oct-13 21:13:33

Does no-one my age (mid 40s) remember Parker Steph(v?)enson in The Hardy Boys? He was bloody gorgeous!

PoppyAmex Thu 24-Oct-13 21:08:13


Parker Bridge is a Recruitment Agency in Sydney.

seasidethrills Thu 24-Oct-13 07:58:35

I really like the name Parker..

Mckayz Thu 24-Oct-13 07:17:23

It's much better than lots of celeb names. North West being one of them!!

Butwilliseeyouagain Thu 24-Oct-13 07:13:09


MortifiedAnyFuckerAdams Thu 24-Oct-13 06:23:51

Parker Bridge. Sounds like a suicide location to me sad

MackerelOfFact Thu 24-Oct-13 06:19:36

It's fine. Not ridiculous, just not that nice. But if they like it, great.

At least they didn't do a Beckham and name him Brooklyn. That would be unfortunate.

foofooyeah Thu 24-Oct-13 04:48:07

He will get called nosey parker at school. I immediately thought of thunder birds too.

Butwilliseeyouagain Thu 24-Oct-13 04:31:34

I hear Park a Bridge.

Not that that's terrible or anything. Bridge is probably a bit of an unfortunate surname.

sleepingbeautiful Sat 19-Oct-13 16:09:19

It just reminds me of the wrinkly plastic chauffeur puppet in Thunderbirds.
I hope they don't have a future DD called Penelope...

AvonCallingBarksdale Sat 19-Oct-13 10:32:50

I actually really like the name Parker.

TondelayoSchwarzkopf Sat 19-Oct-13 10:15:34

Footballers lack class. What an original thought. hmm

I personally don't like Parker with that surname and prefer it for girls (Parker Posey) but it's a perfectly name in itself.

JazzAnnNonMouse Sat 19-Oct-13 10:09:47

I quite like surname type names but it would be better with a surname other than bridge.

I didn't read imoff as being rude/offensive I read it as 'usual suspect comes to the rescue again of judging names as 'chavvy' horay'
Perhaps I read it wrong.

MsJupiterJones Sat 19-Oct-13 08:55:52

I just thought, 'a ticket of a week', that's a good phrase, never heard it before, so I'm disappointed it's an autocorrect. May adopt it anyway.

I love surnamey names so think Parker is cool but agree it goes better with Sandford.

Sindarella Fri 18-Oct-13 22:14:00

Looks like someones got their goady pants on.

Don't bother entertaining them Usual.

QueFonda Fri 18-Oct-13 22:13:19

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usualsuspect Fri 18-Oct-13 22:04:41

Fucker not ticket.

This kindle might be next to get it.

usualsuspect Fri 18-Oct-13 22:03:36

I've had a ticket of a week so come on imofftolisdoonvarna, give it your best shot.

5madthings Fri 18-Oct-13 22:01:57

i like the name Parker, makes me think of desperate housewives as lynette? had boys named parker, porter and preston? and the girls penny and paige smile

have to say i dont like giving all.your kids the same initials but it was only a tv show.

MrsDeVere Fri 18-Oct-13 22:00:49

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Alisvolatpropiis Fri 18-Oct-13 21:57:50

I hope Frankie never takes to Mumsnet hmm

usualsuspect Fri 18-Oct-13 21:56:25


imofftolisdoonvarna Fri 18-Oct-13 21:55:34

Ooop, back again!

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