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Beetroot Wed 18-Jun-08 17:06:40

?

nailpolish Wed 18-Jun-08 17:07:26

omg are you pg

Collision Wed 18-Jun-08 17:07:36

hmm







no

Saymyname Wed 18-Jun-08 17:07:57

Um, I think it's vile.

LadyK Wed 18-Jun-08 17:07:58

Nope, sorry, not for me.

forevercleaning Wed 18-Jun-08 17:08:04

bit old ladyish IMO but each to their own

Collision Wed 18-Jun-08 17:08:05

oh yeah.....are you pg? shock

beansprout Wed 18-Jun-08 17:08:06

Evil

Beetroot Wed 18-Jun-08 17:08:12

omg - no grin




just really really really bored of name threads so thought I would start some sill ones

LadyK Wed 18-Jun-08 17:09:07

Well done you. Let's see how bad they can get... wink

LadyK Wed 18-Jun-08 17:09:33

Ermentrude?

zippitippitoes Wed 18-Jun-08 17:09:59

now why does edna the inebriate woman sound familiar to me

nailpolish Wed 18-Jun-08 17:10:20

yeah yeah beety

when are you due/

Beetroot Wed 18-Jun-08 17:10:44

2015

nailpolish Wed 18-Jun-08 17:11:28

gosh arent you organised

missblythe Wed 18-Jun-08 17:14:01

I don't like it.

I prefer Gertie.

Beetroot Wed 18-Jun-08 17:14:41

or Gertude

LadyK Wed 18-Jun-08 17:16:23

Floss.

Beetroot Wed 18-Jun-08 17:17:10

Hilda?

LadyK Wed 18-Jun-08 17:18:22

No, I like Brunhilda better.

Beetroot Wed 18-Jun-08 17:26:42

Brunhilda?

i prefer

Murth

greenelizabeth Wed 18-Jun-08 17:41:19

No. I love old lady names but that one is just awful.

What about something really quirky like Myrtle? I'm loving Myrtle today.

Beetroot Wed 18-Jun-08 17:43:09

Mable

greenelizabeth Wed 18-Jun-08 17:48:06

Mabel is fabulous. I LOVE that I can picture two elderly sisters called Mabel and Myrtle in twin sets and pearls and smoking cheroots in an Agatha Christie play and I still love the names.

mrswoolf Wed 18-Jun-08 18:28:16

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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