Halloween themed names...
Mummaluelae · 26/10/2018 10:46
I know someone in his 30s born at the end of October his name is Blaine Riley Albert McIntyre,
Blaine like chilblains.
And his initials spell BRAM as in bram stoker.
Thoughts? Were his parents insane or clever?
recklessruby · 26/10/2018 11:33
Quite clever I think.
For girls morticia or Wednesday (Addams).
Halloween falls on a Wednesday this year too
Elasticity · 26/10/2018 11:48
Casper (this is quite cute actually)
CantWaitToRetire · 26/10/2018 12:10
For the OP, I guess they were clever in a subtle way, but unless people knew all his names it would have been lost on them. Some other names for this theme:
Dexter (from the series; analyst by day, serial killer by night)
Freddy (from Elm Street nightmares)
Cullen (vampire, but also Irish and means 'handsome')
Janet (Rocky Horror)
Rosemary ('s baby)
Regan (Exorcist; possessed girl)
Glenda (good witch in Wizard of Oz)
Candy (Halloween sweeties)
Luna (Lovegood from Harry Potter)
Sabrina (teenage witch)
Phoebe (witch from Charmed)
Dontlickthat · 26/10/2018 12:13
My DS was born on Halloween and one of his middle names is Krue....fits in nicely with last name to give it a Halloween theme. I love it but it isn’t obvious unless he uses his full name.
AhoyDelBoy · 26/10/2018 12:20
Clever. But this post is very ‘outing’ unless you’ve changed the names but still get the initials BRAM.
Mummaluelae · 26/10/2018 12:46
@AhoyDelBoy changed names! Just kept first name same
isseywithcats · 27/10/2018 21:54
friend of mine has a daughter named Tanith (who was a welsh witch)
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