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ethanchristopher Fri 05-Sep-08 17:22:08

Not sure if she was serious but my friend said she wanted to call her triplets (she gave birth today) Dexter, Lila and Nina.

She says this because if anybody ever said any ^yo mama's so fat^ jokes to them they could reasonably butcher them according to their names.

God dam FX for making such a likeable serial killer.


BoysAreLikeDogs Fri 05-Sep-08 17:23:25


tiredemma Fri 05-Sep-08 17:24:15


schneebly Fri 05-Sep-08 17:24:40


lulumama Fri 05-Sep-08 17:25:15

oh, i thought you wanted a baby called hilarious

i suppose you need to have watched a particular programme on FX called dexter, to get this one!

<,fogey emoticon>>

OracleInaCoracle Fri 05-Sep-08 17:26:35

doesnt she mean rita instead of nina?

ethanchristopher Fri 05-Sep-08 17:27:06

yeh you do need to have watched dexter to get this post.

and omg no i do not want a baby called hilarious rofl

ethanchristopher Fri 05-Sep-08 17:27:34

yeh sorry i have nina in my head, i am watching nina and the neurons dvd with ds

schneebly Fri 05-Sep-08 17:28:02

lulu - I thought that too hehe grin

lulumama Fri 05-Sep-08 17:31:54


is your friend really having triplets ? how extraordinary scary and exciting

ethanchristopher Fri 05-Sep-08 17:35:07

yeh she had them today. which is why i was not sure if she was joking or not so i told her to wait till tomorrow to give them a name grin

clairebear88 Mon 08-Sep-08 13:39:12

any news on the final choices of triplet names?????
Im so curious

ethanchristopher Fri 12-Sep-08 23:45:50

yeh they were called

Dylan George (b)
Blake Nicole (g)
Hollie Alexandra (g)

not as bad as serial killer connotation names but still very erm... american imho.

oh well, they are still pretty names

ChirpyGirl Sat 13-Sep-08 00:10:25

I was so relieved when DD2 came out a DD as we really wanted to call a ds dexter, but were torn between liking the name and him growing up to find out we are massive dex fans!

zippitippitoes Sat 13-Sep-08 00:11:49

i have two of those but with kess naff spelling and or welsh roots

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