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(10 Posts)
FairyFluffbum Thu 07-Jan-16 06:50:10

I don't like the name or football either but I do think it's amusing how the husband came up with this grin

FlyByNightSky Thu 07-Jan-16 06:57:59

I'm amazed the mother never googled the name to find out the meaning before using it tbh confused

Surely everyone checks just in case their "unique and romantic" name actually means testicles in some obscure language?

FairyFluffbum Thu 07-Jan-16 07:06:45

You would have thought so..

Unless the husband told her it meant such and such

I gave my two relatively common names but I still googled their meaning

AuntieStella Thu 07-Jan-16 07:09:08

You know, I'm not a footie fan, but just looking at that name I thought 'it looks odd, is it something backwards?'

Could be worse, she could have had all the team as middle names (as has been inflicted on the child of some MUFC (?) supporter.

BathtimeFunkster Thu 07-Jan-16 07:11:31

How did it take her 2 years? [quote]

It's so obviously Arsenal backwards.

AutumnLeavesEd Thu 07-Jan-16 07:12:40

I thought it looked kind of Spanish...

BathtimeFunkster Thu 07-Jan-16 07:12:43

I wonder what smiley I was expecting there? [bemused] [back to sleep]

YakTriangle Thu 07-Jan-16 08:08:36

I thought it had been done by quite a few people? Like Nevaeh

BathtimeFunkster Thu 07-Jan-16 09:37:36

Looprevil is a lovely name too.

Pretty and indicates an evil looper.


Seriously, how could you not notice?

nellyflora Thu 07-Jan-16 13:57:47

I met a baby about 7-8 years ago with this name, the parents were very proud of it ( mother did know the football link). I can't beleive anyone would not figure out the meaning and the mother should have done her research!

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