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Births and names 28-OCT-06

By Kerces 28 October 2006 19

Another short births column in the paper today, yielding only one truly boganised name.

Taylah Angela Keys: the middle name is perfectly nice but the first is a classic example of the “unique” spelling so unfortunately popular these days.

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apehammer 4:26 pm 30 Oct 06

Harper Lee’s first name was Nelle.

vg 2:33 pm 30 Oct 06

Size of the fathers appendage (Mini Cooper)?

snahon 2:31 pm 30 Oct 06

The car in which the poor mite was conceived.

Thumper 2:29 pm 30 Oct 06

Drinking Coopers in the back of a mini?

VYBerlinaV8 2:17 pm 30 Oct 06

Cooper? It’s what she was drinking when the poor mite was conceived.

Megami 2:09 pm 30 Oct 06

Okay, I forgot about Harper Lee (how embarrassing) but I STILL think it is a bit daft – there is also a girl called Cooper. Anyone care to defend that one?

snahon 10:14 am 30 Oct 06

A bogan(?) twist on celine ?

Thumper 9:53 am 30 Oct 06

Ceelan sounds like some sort of animal of the same species as a cheetah

nyssa76 9:48 am 30 Oct 06


bonfire 9:44 am 30 Oct 06

gold pure gold VY

VYBerlinaV8 9:38 am 30 Oct 06

Ceelan? It’s what she was staring at when the poor mite was conceived.

LurkerGal 7:49 am 30 Oct 06

Harper is a first name from the south in the early American days.

bonfire 1:42 pm 29 Oct 06

Literary bogans ? maybe its in ‘the da vinci code’ ?

nyssa76 1:18 pm 29 Oct 06

I did.

She said she read it in a book. No idea where it came from.

Jey 9:52 am 29 Oct 06

You could ask them.

nyssa76 9:20 am 29 Oct 06

Someone I know from child’s daycare named their son Ceelan.

WTF? Where does that come from?

Meconium 11:43 pm 28 Oct 06

Harper Lee wrote To Kill a Mockingbird… if it’s a surname-firstname transposition it’s not a particularly new one.

I-filed 7:16 pm 28 Oct 06

Funnily enough, upper-crust names become boganised once the westies get hold of them. Names like Alexandrina, Charlotte and Sofia are really funny in outer suburbia. Those names were once never found west of Strathfield…now fat bogan mums in pink trakkies with tatts and fags hanging out of their mouths are pushing little Charlottes in their strollers. This means the eastern suburbs doctors’ wives will soon be the ones calling their kids Bryyanna, Geenah etc…

Megami 5:30 pm 28 Oct 06

Surnames as first names are always bad (a girl at my son’s playgroup has the name of Harper. WTF??) But a bogan spelling of a surname as a firstname is particularly bad.

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