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Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by johnnythemonkey on 29 September 2010 7:57pm
 
LOL ! I just read about 'celebrity' chef Jamie Oliver in the paper.
His kids are named, Buddy Bear, Daisy Boo, Poppy Honey and Petal Bossom !

Thoughts ?
 
Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by Spursfan on 29 September 2010 9:38pm
 
Well, Daisy and Poppy are quite nice names (but NOT for boys!!!). However combined with their other names - poor kids!!

And 'Buddy Bear'?!! Somehow when people become 'celebs' common sense about kids names goes out of the window.

I suppose the obvious example are Jonathan Ross' kids 'Honey Kinny', 'Betty Kitten' and 'Harvey Kirby'. However, perhaps the late Paula Yates takes the prize with 'Fifi Trixabelle', 'Peaches Honeyblossom', and 'Pixie' with Bob Geldof and 'Heavenly Hirrani Tiger Lily' with the late Michael Hutchence.

I do like Geri Haliwell's name for her daughter - Bluebell - I suppose because I like bluebells!! My favourite are hoeysuckle though, and there is an actress called Honeysuckle.

Am I giving you ideas, John?

;)
 
Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by Lounge Trekker on 30 September 2010 5:05am
 
What if she has twins? Doe and Dee; Sam and Cam; Phil and Jill?

Seriously...Casey...Kerry...Carey...Sherry. Once the baby is named, the apellation bestowed upon this beautiful babe will take on it's own appeal.

Nomen Trekker
 
Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by johnnythemonkey on 1 November 2010 5:41pm
 
The name choice is now narrowed down.
It's a boy !!!!! JTM the next generation is on his way.

Oh, I've just thought. I've never changed a wee boy's nappy and had to beware of a fountain !
 
Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by Loretto on 1 November 2010 5:45pm
 
Put a face cloth over his tallywhacker and you'll never get christened during a nappy change!!!
 
Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by johnnythemonkey on 1 November 2010 6:07pm
 
Tallywhacker ? LMAO !
 
Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by Loretto on 2 November 2010 12:00am
 
TALLYWHACKER!!!!!! That's what we called "it" until "it" got a bit too "hairy" to discuss it any more. Know what I mean jelly bean?
 
Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by johnnythemonkey on 2 November 2010 1:53am
 
You've said FAR too much woman. :)
 
Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by johnnythemonkey on 2 November 2010 1:58am
 
LOL Loretto, I'm going to send a Christmas card to you and big Mick Collins saying " May your whacks always be tallied. " :)

 
Re: Name suggestions for JTM the next generation. by kazzzz on 2 November 2010 10:32am
 
*hides*
 
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