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A phoenix called Jeffrey

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ks Tue 05-Apr-05 17:57:36

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emmatmg Tue 05-Apr-05 17:59:20

Laugh or cry?????

Ahem, I have to say there's nothing wrong with the name just ask my DH

nnosam Tue 05-Apr-05 18:00:40

ahhh, dont you just love 'em

ks Tue 05-Apr-05 18:13:43

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emmatmg Tue 05-Apr-05 18:16:03

ha ha ha

ks Tue 05-Apr-05 18:17:55

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emmatmg Tue 05-Apr-05 18:21:41

he's a Jeff.

Or jeffers when he's being a good boy

tamum Tue 05-Apr-05 18:21:50

What is a wokshop exactly?

Actually, is he familiar with J. Archer by any chance? It was quite a good choice, maybe?

emmatmg Tue 05-Apr-05 18:23:21

Ah....I mean Jeffers is a nickname when he's not annoying me, not a throws of passion name

ks Tue 05-Apr-05 18:33:14

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SoupDragon Tue 05-Apr-05 18:33:23


Reminds me of when DS1 christened the little brown mouse in our garden "John".

ks Tue 05-Apr-05 18:34:08

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tamum Tue 05-Apr-05 18:37:57

lol at the hand across the throat! Especially at them leaving them to recover in hospital first

SoupDragon Tue 05-Apr-05 18:42:17

The names maybe are quite exotic to them though. There are no Johns or Jeffries in DS1s class at school.

ks Tue 05-Apr-05 21:28:57

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ks Tue 05-Apr-05 21:38:59

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Caligula Tue 05-Apr-05 21:42:09

I really thought this was going to be a thread about Jeffery Archer...

ks Tue 05-Apr-05 21:43:39

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Caligula Tue 05-Apr-05 21:44:41

Or a clairvoyant?

ks Tue 05-Apr-05 23:26:09

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JanH Tue 05-Apr-05 23:27:56

My brother, when small, thought criminals were taken into custard. God knows what he imagined.

JanH Tue 05-Apr-05 23:29:12

Oh, and I assumed this was about Lord A too

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