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boodleboot Sun 12-Jul-09 21:53:05

what do we think of this as a name? My mums friend is called Breezy Melina.....real name not NN.

methinks i like but not sure if it would be slaughtered in real life? {more chance it will be slaughtered on here actually...wink}

SoupDragon Sun 12-Jul-09 22:01:49

It's a crap name.

SoWhat Sun 12-Jul-09 22:03:14

Ridiculous

HairyMuff Sun 12-Jul-09 22:03:19

It sounds like the sort of name my daughter would give to one of her teddies.

Bonneville Sun 12-Jul-09 22:05:14

Melina (Melena means 'bloody stools')
Breezy (windy)

Windy and bloody stools - LOL. NOOOOOOOOOO!

jkklpu Sun 12-Jul-09 22:05:21

cousin of Windy Miller from Camberwick Green, perhaps?

Tinker Sun 12-Jul-09 23:01:24

She'd have to look like Goldie Hawn and stick her bottom lip out to blow up her floppy fringe.

mrswoolf Sun 12-Jul-09 23:06:02

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godzillasbumcheek Sun 12-Jul-09 23:07:45

sorry, i hate to sound rude but is that one of the seven dwarves?

Am assuming (probably wrongly) that breezy was a child of the sixties? or further back when people were too polite to say anything and now she is old enough that she gets away with it anyway?

AnybodyHomeMcFly Sun 12-Jul-09 23:10:14

Terrible

Washersaurus Sun 12-Jul-09 23:23:42

What about something stronger......like Scirocco?

Washersaurus Sun 12-Jul-09 23:24:49

If wind is your thing see here

serinBrightside Mon 13-Jul-09 00:37:05

I work with someone who has the surname Breezy, he gets loads of stick.

nooka Mon 13-Jul-09 00:44:41

Poor her. It would be peculiar as a nick name.

thumbwitch Mon 13-Jul-09 00:55:20

Dreadful name, poor thing.

magbags Mon 13-Jul-09 08:04:22

Err, no. Awful.

nickschick Mon 13-Jul-09 08:08:14

Awww my mums cousin is called Breezy (it isnt her real name its just what her sister called her as a young child) they are children of the 50s though so probably manners did mean she wasnt bullied - I love it though.

boodleboot Mon 13-Jul-09 08:15:54

I'm not sure how old she is - i would say mid fifties...its certainly not a particularly common, or sensible name, i'll give you that but to be honest it really suits her. She is a very 'bright and breezy' person and is such fun everybody loves her. Perhaps its a case of someone growing into their name or that a name has such a positive link with a lovely person that it becomes attractive. ...Clearly to be accepted into todays society she should have been called Isabella..... wink

nickschick Mon 13-Jul-09 08:19:17

boodle do you live in suffolk?

MrsSeanBean Mon 13-Jul-09 08:31:55

I know of someone called Bunny.

boodleboot Mon 13-Jul-09 18:20:43

no i live in Kent nickschick...

DarrellRivers Mon 13-Jul-09 18:23:31

Hit me where the wind blows
Does this mean, hit me in the arse?

hunkermunker Mon 13-Jul-09 18:38:01

Breezy Trousers?

Thunderduck Mon 13-Jul-09 18:39:29

No.It sounds like a porn star's name.

hocuspontas Mon 13-Jul-09 18:47:40

I can imagine it suiting a woman but not a baby!

Breezy Melina sounds a bit like Slinky Malinki and Hairy Maclary...

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