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Blandmum · 07/02/2008 18:51
Hull sounds nice.
And Barking, very manly.
And Saffron-Walden would be a sweet youmg thing that went to ballet.
Ynysybwl would be a rock hard Prop Forward, and with a name like that he would need to be.
Pisa would be prone to getting pissed and staggering round a bit.
CalifrauQuoteoftheWeek · 07/02/2008 18:51
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nooka · 07/02/2008 18:58
Why though? These are not names, they are places? What's wrong with a real name! I met an "America" once and thought it was a truely awful name (not that I said so of course). This was for a three year old little girl - it doesn't exactly trip off your tongue does it, and what about shortenings - none!
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