To want to shoot my friend
liverbird10 · 15/08/2017 12:46
...for naming his daughter Tinkerbell?
I know I am actually BU as it's none of my business etc. Also shooting people is generally not the way to approach such matters.
I feel so sorry for the poor kid. She's going to go through torture at school. Not to mention thee rest of her life. Imagine a high court judge called Tinkerbell.
53rdWay · 15/08/2017 12:50
YANBU, you can't shoot him. Too much forensic evidence. Have you considered some kind of swift-acting poison?
GrumpyInsomniac · 15/08/2017 12:50
I'm just impressed that the baby is showing such an early vocation for the Law.
...but I've got a shovel to help dispose of the body...
Skittlesandbeer · 15/08/2017 12:50
I've got a spot down the bottom of my garden...where he can spend eternity with all the other fairies.
pigsDOfly · 15/08/2017 12:51
Do you think he's winding you up or has the poor child actually been named.
Do you need some rope to tie him up before you shoot him?
BenLui · 15/08/2017 12:52
Goodness, that's erm a bold choice.
At least she can change it to "Belle" as she gets older.
Revenant · 15/08/2017 12:52
Have you told him she will be known as Stinkerbell at school?
IdentifiesAsASloth · 15/08/2017 12:52
I came here to say you are overly dramatic, but now I've read your op I feel like I should probably help you out with the shooting
Sparklingbrook · 15/08/2017 12:52
I bet when he goes to register the birth it will be faces all round.
MargaretTwatyer · 15/08/2017 12:53
I imagine she will be called Belle or Bella pretty damn soon/
MargaretTwatyer · 15/08/2017 12:54
I have a cat called Tinkerbell. My kids call him Stinky Tinky
LoyaltyAndLobster · 15/08/2017 12:55
That's right OP it's none of your business, she is not your daughter.
liverbird10 · 15/08/2017 12:55
pigsDOfly Sadly for "Tinky", her dad is not winding me up.
WIBU to hit him with a brick, if shooting is off the cards?
PinkHeart5911 · 15/08/2017 12:56
I've a patch at the bottom of my garden that's perfect for hiding any evidence
That poor child, I think some parents just don't think long term when naming. Why didn't they give the child a normal name and just call it tinkerbell as some weird nickname?
Although my younger brother was at school with someone named Dipsy, he now has a very high flying job but calls himself a normal/sane name think Dave. Wedding was good "Do you take dipsy to be your dh"
RamsayBoltonsConscience · 15/08/2017 12:56
I can already imagine the hysterical laughter and rolled eyes in the staff room when she starts school! I've watched Breaking Bad, plastic bath and acid?
elephantoverthehill · 15/08/2017 12:56
Will the child have a middle she can revert to something like Jane or Anne?
JsOtherHalf · 15/08/2017 12:56
When we registered DS, the registrar was relieved we named him a name that wasn't uncommon, with the usual spelling.
Earlier they'd had to register a child named after film character... of a different gender.
PinkHeart5911 · 15/08/2017 12:57
Please say they don't call her Tinky That is worse than tinkerbell it sounds like a dog or cat name
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