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Warning - Dumbing down thread about the name Jordan has chosen for her daughter. Intellectual types need not read........

(94 Posts)
DrNortherner Wed 18-Jul-07 19:56:09

Her name is Bunny!!!

HedTwigg Wed 18-Jul-07 19:57:04

no its not

beansprout Wed 18-Jul-07 19:57:07

As in bunny girl?!!

JoanCrawford Wed 18-Jul-07 19:57:19

Oh you're not serious.

bunny, as in Bugs?
Ms Boiler?
Bun in the oven

oh the poor child, insults are endless.

MaloryTowers Wed 18-Jul-07 19:57:26

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MaloryTowers Wed 18-Jul-07 19:57:26

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AmeliePoulain Wed 18-Jul-07 19:57:36

as in playboy bunny!

Bibis Wed 18-Jul-07 19:57:38

no it's going to be rabbit after her best friend

purpleturtle Wed 18-Jul-07 19:57:40

fryalot Wed 18-Jul-07 19:58:10


<<<sniggers to herself>>>

MaloryTowers Wed 18-Jul-07 19:58:34

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PenelopePitstops Wed 18-Jul-07 19:58:45

no way this is a wind up surely

please say it is

LoonyLyraLovegood Wed 18-Jul-07 19:58:45

Are you sure? I thought that was just a temporary nickname till they decide what to call her.

mumofSlytherinsmonsters Wed 18-Jul-07 19:58:53

is this a joke thread?

meandmyflyingmachine Wed 18-Jul-07 19:58:57

I assume they are naming here after Bunny Guinness - RHS medal winner and Gardeners' Question Time luminary?

Blandmum Wed 18-Jul-07 19:59:04

please let this be a joke?

UCM Wed 18-Jul-07 19:59:24

Bunty maybe, but please not Bunny. Wasn't she one of Hugh Heffners Bunny girls at one point. That is not a nice name with those sorts of implications for a baby imho.

FioFioJane Wed 18-Jul-07 19:59:27

isnt bunny a pet name though

no pun intended

MaloryTowers Wed 18-Jul-07 19:59:30

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mytwopenceworth Wed 18-Jul-07 20:00:05

Wasn't Bunny a popular name/nickname in the 40's?

JoanCrawford Wed 18-Jul-07 20:00:06

yes, that'll be why meandmyflyingmachine

MaloryTowers Wed 18-Jul-07 20:00:49

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CalifrauniusFudge Wed 18-Jul-07 20:01:07

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FioFioJane Wed 18-Jul-07 20:01:46

here I found it is a pet name, but look what it says

The girl's name Bunny \b(un)-ny\ is of English origin. Nickname deriving from B- names such as Barbara or Bernice. Now used as a child's name for a rabbit. Likely to be associated with the famous Playboy Bunnies.

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