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#52 May 11 2011 at 9:47 PM Rating: Decent
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Seems like man names are more timeless than woman names. There are living women in my family with names more dated than any male name in the Bible.
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My legal name was around #100 when I was born, now 300ish. The name I use was about 30 and now 100ish. I guess I'm on track to having one of those old people names, like Rose or Ethel. (Can't think of good "old man" names.)


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My legal name was around #100 when I was born, now 300ish. The name I use was about 30 and now 100ish. I guess I'm on track to having one of those old people names, like Rose or Ethel. (Can't think of good "old man" names.)


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Rupert.
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My legal name was around #100 when I was born, now 300ish. The name I use was about 30 and now 100ish. I guess I'm on track to having one of those old people names, like Rose or Ethel. (Can't think of good "old man" names.)


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My legal name was around #100 when I was born, now 300ish. The name I use was about 30 and now 100ish. I guess I'm on track to having one of those old people names, like Rose or Ethel. (Can't think of good "old man" names.)


Ike?
Rupert.


I'll see your Rupert and raise you a Horace.
Herbert (my Dad's name)
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This thread is turning into a roll call of Hogwarts alumni.
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#58 May 12 2011 at 3:15 PM Rating: Good
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My legal name was around #100 when I was born, now 300ish. The name I use was about 30 and now 100ish. I guess I'm on track to having one of those old people names, like Rose or Ethel. (Can't think of good "old man" names.)


Ike?
Rupert.


I'll see your Rupert and raise you a Horace.
Herbert (my Dad's name)


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That is for males. My name ranks in the 30s for girls.
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That is for males. My name ranks in the 30s for girls.


Kelley? Tracy? Stacy? Renee? Michelle?

That's all I got.
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That is for males. My name ranks in the 30s for girls.


Kelley? Tracy? Stacy? Renee? Michelle?

That's all I got.


I have divined the name to be "Bailey".

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About two months ago, another Craig started working where I work. We're the only two out of about five hundred employees. Working as intended I guess.


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#66 May 14 2011 at 2:23 PM Rating: Good
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I blame Favre on the sharp decline in popularity of my name.

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#67 May 14 2011 at 2:38 PM Rating: Good
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I blame Favre on the sharp decline in popularity of my name.


Maybe Its just me but Brett seemed to be a pretty popular name here in WI for a while I went to school with 3/4 Bretts.
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I took an intro English class in college with 18 people in it... and 3 other Bretts. That was a little peculiar.
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#69 May 14 2011 at 5:46 PM Rating: Good
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Maybe Its just me but Brett seemed to be a pretty popular name here in WI for a while I went to school with 3/4 Bretts.


Ah, so he was an amputee then?
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My name is Brett, and during high school there were at least 3 other Bretts that I knew of. I was born in 88, and 2 of the other Bretts were my age, and 1 a year younger.
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NY Times wonders why Jose no longer is popular name in Texas.

Seems it was just overuse, that did in the name and the fact that many family have Americanize over time.
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#72 May 18 2011 at 8:01 AM Rating: Excellent
wow, my name has really dropped off. It was top 20's for ages, and then started dropping off slowly in the 80's. Now it's at 178 though Smiley: glare
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postcount standing? It's less to do with being admin and more to do with just getting busier Smiley: frown
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#75 May 18 2011 at 8:26 AM Rating: Good
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#76 May 18 2011 at 8:45 AM Rating: Decent
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Don't mind him and the apparatus permanently lodged up his ass. He's just a lil extra feisty today. Maybe too much caffeine.
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Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

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Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
#77 May 18 2011 at 9:30 AM Rating: Good
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I'm late to the game on this thread, but I honestly thought this was about those idiot Twilight books.
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I'm late to the game on this thread, but I honestly thought this was about those idiot Twilight books.

[Isa]Bella is the main character. Jacob is her friend the were-wolf.
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Thumbelyna Quick Hands wrote:
I'm late to the game on this thread, but I honestly thought this was about those idiot Twilight books.

[Isa]Bella is the main character. Jacob is her friend the were-wolf.


Now you have to defend yourself for knowing that.
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Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

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#80 May 18 2011 at 10:48 AM Rating: Good
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Thom's not old enough to watch those yet. That's an automatic forfeiture of the old man card.
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My wife has the books and the movies; her sister is one of those Twilight Moms. One of those movies is always playing somewhere in the house. And I initially though that Jacob was the main vampire character, but I was told that is Edward.

Now, I'll play my movie geek card and point out that Edward is played by the guy who was Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter.
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Now, I'll play my movie geek card and point out that Edward is played by the guy who was Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter.

Oh yeah, that makes it so much better.
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Whatever.

I'll also point out that when I saw the latest LotR animated .gif (Boromir's Catapault) I noticed that Denethor is played buy the guy who plays Joshua Jackson's father in Fringe.
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They're saying that mermaids are the new vampire/werewolf. Read an article in USA Today a few days ago that interviewed some prominent teen book authors, and they were all switching to "high school mermaid romance" stories to catch the latest wave.

I mean, I knew that teen books weren't exactly serious literature, but I was struck by how openly sell-out the authors were about it all. They basically acknowledged that all they wanted to do was feast on the market trend.
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#85 May 18 2011 at 11:20 AM Rating: Decent
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They're saying that mermaids are the new vampire/werewolf. Read an article in USA Today a few days ago that interviewed some prominent teen book authors, and they were all switching to "high school mermaid romance" stories to catch the latest wave.

I mean, I knew that teen books weren't exactly serious literature, but I was struck by how openly sell-out the authors were about it all. They basically acknowledged that all they wanted to do was feast on the market trend.

Mermaids are in the new Pirates movie, aren't they? and they showed up once or twice in Harry Potter, too.
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Whatever.

I'll also point out that when I saw the latest LotR animated .gif (Boromir's Catapault) I noticed that Denethor is played buy the guy who plays Joshua Jackson's father in Fringe.

I was jerking off the other day and realized that the chick in the panties was the girl from Who's the Boss?
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Whatever.

I'll also point out that when I saw the latest LotR animated .gif (Boromir's Catapault) I noticed that Denethor is played buy the guy who plays Joshua Jackson's father in Fringe.

I was jerking off the other day and realized that the chick in the panties was the girl from Who's the Boss?


I actually went to middle school with this kid from that show. Kind of a druggie, and kind of a douche. He had his big toe on one of his feet severed 9/10 of the way off in an escalator when we were at Liberty Science Center for a field trip (turns out yeah, you really can get pulled into them by a loose shoelace).

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Whatever.

I'll also point out that when I saw the latest LotR animated .gif (Boromir's Catapault) I noticed that Denethor is played buy the guy who plays Joshua Jackson's father in Fringe.


We all knew that!
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Whatever.

I'll also point out that when I saw the latest LotR animated .gif (Boromir's Catapault) I noticed that Denethor is played buy the guy who plays Joshua Jackson's father in Fringe.

I was jerking off the other day and realized that the chick in the panties was the girl from Who's the Boss?

Yes, I know I'm gonna get even more **** for this, but if you want more Alyssa Milano eye-candy, watch Charmed (preferably with the sound off). Or, as I called it, The Boobie Show.
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Yes, I know I'm gonna get even more sh*t for this, but if you want more Alyssa Milano eye-candy, watch Charmed (preferably with the sound off). Or, as I called it, The Boobie Show.

I'm sure I've admitted this here before, but when I was out of work for a few weeks three years ago I got hooked on charmed re-runs. My wife bought me the first three seasons on DVD thus offering implicit approval of my habit.
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I used to give plasma (for hours; apparently my body refuses to bleed) and they frequently had Charmed on. I read a book instead.

But I guess laying in front of a bunch of strangers while a mechanical vampire has its way with you isn't really conducive to bored horniness.
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My first name is only in there in its most bastardised spelling. Two of my middle names aren't at all, and Elisabeth actually is, but the alternative spelling is a lot more popular.


I'm surprised that Kali is in there. And Rajesh isn't. Crazy hippies naming their daughters after the Indian goddess of destruction or black people using obscure Urdu slang? I actually know of only one person whose parents chose the name Kali, and she was named after the goddess Kali. Meh.

I actually have a friend who is the only person with a registered address in his country and his forename.
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Paul has been less popular almost every year since my birth Smiley: grin Curses, Biblical names!
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Vernon, Terrance, Norman, Albert, Angus, Eugene... lots of names I'd think of as "older."


And is just me, or do 3/10 of the most popular girls name just scream " FUTURE PROSTITUTE!" (Madison, Chloe, Mia) and another 2 scream "High-quality prostitute" (Sophia, Ava)? Sorry in advance to any of you or your spawnlings who have those Smiley: lol
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Eh, I have a friend named Terence. It's quite a popular name here.


The only time I've met anyone with my name under 35 was in the Netherlands - everyone who shared it with me in the UK and Germany is significantly older than me.
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Vernon, Terrance, Norman, Albert, Angus, Eugene... lots of names I'd think of as "older."


And is just me, or do 3/10 of the most popular girls name just scream " FUTURE PROSTITUTE!" (Madison, Chloe, Mia) and another 2 scream "High-quality prostitute" (Sophia, Ava)? Sorry in advance to any of you or your spawnlings who have those Smiley: lol


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(Can't think of good "old man" names.)

Vernon, Terrance, Norman, Albert, Angus, Eugene... lots of names I'd think of as "older."


And is just me, or do 3/10 of the most popular girls name just scream " FUTURE PROSTITUTE!" (Madison, Chloe, Mia) and another 2 scream "High-quality prostitute" (Sophia, Ava)? Sorry in advance to any of you or your spawnlings who have those Smiley: lol


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#97 May 20 2011 at 11:01 AM Rating: Excellent
It's still the best name though locke. Smiley: thumbsup
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