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Reply #120 posted 05/15/09 2:56pm

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Hey! I got some names! ! ! ! I'm certafiably black too!

Clitoria

Rexall

Tylenorius

Vaselino

Avaricia

Dexatrina



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Vaselino sounds hispanic
Tylernorius sounds Italian
Avaricia sounds greek
Rexall sounds english


chile you aint black...stop frontin' hmph! lol
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Reply #121 posted 05/15/09 3:08pm

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I knew someone named Tiaqua

My children will most likely have African names and if someone doesn't like it then:


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Reply #122 posted 05/16/09 8:52am

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...omfg..Hey!


lol
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Reply #123 posted 05/16/09 12:45pm

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Gurrrrrlllll falloff

the best one falloff. that was racist, yo lol
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Reply #124 posted 05/16/09 3:19pm

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My cousin's name is Dara, that means hero in Nigerian.
That's a REAL african name.
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Reply #125 posted 05/16/09 6:05pm

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myfavorite said:

Hey! I got some names! ! ! ! I'm certafiably black too!

Clitoria

Rexall

Tylenorius

Vaselino

Avaricia

Dexatrina



whatcha thank???


hmmmmm.....interesting that you should claim to be "certifiably black"
If my memory serves me correctly (and it does) you posted pictures of your white daughters mocking black persons in the form of wearing blackface and even posted that you thought it was funny.....
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Reply #126 posted 05/16/09 7:05pm

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lol lol lol lol


What's next - naming kids after beauty/health care products? You know it's coming. Some fool will name her daughter Noxema or some shit like that.


lol I feel certain there are Thai girls nicknamed 'Nivea'. And if you know Thai peeps you know that nicknames are used instead of actual given names 99% of the time, so they basically are their names.

My wife is called 'Neng', meaning bald, and my brother in law is called 'Uan', meaning fat. lol

I've taught students called Big, Off, Game, Golf, Benz (after the car - there are probably kids called Lexus too), Fisho (after a squid snack) Radar, Poo, Pun, and for real names there's unfortunate stuff like Wanvisa and Kittyporn.
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Reply #127 posted 05/16/09 7:17pm

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...omfg..Hey!


lol


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Reply #128 posted 05/16/09 9:11pm

kimrachell

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uPtoWnNY said:



What's next - naming kids after beauty/health care products? You know it's coming. Some fool will name her daughter Noxema or some shit like that.


lol I feel certain there are Thai girls nicknamed 'Nivea'. And if you know Thai peeps you know that nicknames are used instead of actual given names 99% of the time, so they basically are their names.

My wife is called 'Neng', meaning bald, and my brother in law is called 'Uan', meaning fat. lol

I've taught students called Big, Off, Game, Golf, Benz (after the car - there are probably kids called Lexus too), Fisho (after a squid snack) Radar, Poo, Pun, and for real names there's unfortunate stuff like Wanvisa and Kittyporn.


eek
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Reply #129 posted 05/16/09 9:16pm

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i hope not too! my husband is from brazil, and his name and many of the names from his country sound odd and make people laugh here in the USA, but in brazil it's 100% normal and common names. confused

yep, what's not normal in the u.s might be normal somewhere else.


exactly,my husband's name is "everton", his mom's name is "lenilsia", his grandma's name is "lairse", and has cousins named "queti", "eliel", "romario", "suelly", "bruna", "nelcy" etc, etc...but those aren't the MOST unique names i heard in brazil! eek
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Reply #130 posted 05/16/09 9:19pm

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Here's a good ghetto name for you, Six. The woman had her sixth child and was to damn lazy to think up another name, so she named him Six. That's a heart warming story. loser
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Reply #131 posted 05/16/09 9:23pm

Fauxie

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Fauxie said:



lol I feel certain there are Thai girls nicknamed 'Nivea'. And if you know Thai peeps you know that nicknames are used instead of actual given names 99% of the time, so they basically are their names.

My wife is called 'Neng', meaning bald, and my brother in law is called 'Uan', meaning fat. lol

I've taught students called Big, Off, Game, Golf, Benz (after the car - there are probably kids called Lexus too), Fisho (after a squid snack) Radar, Poo, Pun, and for real names there's unfortunate stuff like Wanvisa and Kittyporn.


eek


lol Like I said, unfortunate. 'Porn' is part of quite a few Thai names though (I've a friend called Pimporn)

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Reply #132 posted 05/16/09 9:33pm

kimrachell

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kimrachell said:



eek


lol Like I said, unfortunate. 'Porn' is part of quite a few Thai names though (I've a friend called Pimporn)



WTH!!! lol that's crazy! lol
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Reply #133 posted 05/16/09 9:53pm

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weused2luvhim said:

Here's a good ghetto name for you, Six. The woman had her sixth child and was to damn lazy to think up another name, so she named him Six. That's a heart warming story. loser


Six? Like that chick from Blossom?
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Reply #134 posted 05/16/09 11:58pm

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StillGotIt said:

myfavorite said:

Hey! I got some names! ! ! ! I'm certafiably black too!

Clitoria

Rexall

Tylenorius

Vaselino

Avaricia

Dexatrina



whatcha thank???


hmmmmm.....interesting that you should claim to be "certifiably black"
If my memory serves me correctly (and it does) you posted pictures of your white daughters mocking black persons in the form of wearing blackface and even posted that you thought it was funny.....




who told you my daughters are white!
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Reply #135 posted 05/17/09 12:00am

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Fauxie said:

uPtoWnNY said:



What's next - naming kids after beauty/health care products? You know it's coming. Some fool will name her daughter Noxema or some shit like that.


lol I feel certain there are Thai girls nicknamed 'Nivea'. And if you know Thai peeps you know that nicknames are used instead of actual given names 99% of the time, so they basically are their names.

My wife is called 'Neng', meaning bald, and my brother in law is called 'Uan', meaning fat. lol

I've taught students called Big, Off, Game, Golf, Benz (after the car - there are probably kids called Lexus too), Fisho (after a squid snack) Radar, Poo, Pun, and for real names there's unfortunate stuff like Wanvisa and Kittyporn.


There are American girls named Nivea too...Based on popular usage, it is 4.212 times more common for Nivea to be a girl's name.

The popularity of Nivea is: 3.204

Nivea` is a large global skin- and body-care brand, owned by German company Beiersdorf. The company began in 1911 when Beiersdorf developed a water-in-oil emulsifier as a skin cream with Eucerit, the first stable emulsion of its kind. The company's owner, Oskar Troplowitz, named it `Nivea`, from the Latin word `niveus/nivea/niveum` (meaning snow-white).


Nivea is a rising star. As the voice behind the smash hit single "Danger," labelmate Mystical, Nivea shines. Her appearance in the "Danger," video solidified her as an upcoming star to MTV and BET viewers nationwide.

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Reply #136 posted 05/17/09 12:53am

Fauxie

noimageatall said:

Fauxie said:



lol I feel certain there are Thai girls nicknamed 'Nivea'. And if you know Thai peeps you know that nicknames are used instead of actual given names 99% of the time, so they basically are their names.

My wife is called 'Neng', meaning bald, and my brother in law is called 'Uan', meaning fat. lol

I've taught students called Big, Off, Game, Golf, Benz (after the car - there are probably kids called Lexus too), Fisho (after a squid snack) Radar, Poo, Pun, and for real names there's unfortunate stuff like Wanvisa and Kittyporn.


There are American girls named Nivea too...Based on popular usage, it is 4.212 times more common for Nivea to be a girl's name.

The popularity of Nivea is: 3.204

Nivea` is a large global skin- and body-care brand, owned by German company Beiersdorf. The company began in 1911 when Beiersdorf developed a water-in-oil emulsifier as a skin cream with Eucerit, the first stable emulsion of its kind. The company's owner, Oskar Troplowitz, named it `Nivea`, from the Latin word `niveus/nivea/niveum` (meaning snow-white).


Nivea is a rising star. As the voice behind the smash hit single "Danger," labelmate Mystical, Nivea shines. Her appearance in the "Danger," video solidified her as an upcoming star to MTV and BET viewers nationwide.



Wow. lol
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Reply #137 posted 05/17/09 2:12am

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myfavorite said:

StillGotIt said:



hmmmmm.....interesting that you should claim to be "certifiably black"
If my memory serves me correctly (and it does) you posted pictures of your white daughters mocking black persons in the form of wearing blackface and even posted that you thought it was funny.....




who told you my daughters are white!


I've never met your daughters. Maybe it wasn't your daughters in the photo..but I do remember that you posted up a picture of people in blackface as your avatar....and it was an issue for many on the org because it was highly offensive
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Reply #138 posted 05/17/09 7:02am

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[Flame snip - luv4u]
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Reply #139 posted 05/17/09 1:04pm

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[Flame snip - luv4u]


Actually,for some reason, you identified the people in black face as your daughters. Only a racist would post such a pic and use it as an avatar during black history months, and thats why the mods made you remove it. So how does my reminding you of your prior avatar make anyone other than you a racist?
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Reply #140 posted 05/17/09 7:50pm

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Theres another thread right here on the org where there is a discussion concerning persons arriving at public event in blackface.

http://prince.org/msg/105...sg_6631608
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Reply #141 posted 05/17/09 7:52pm

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sorry...duplicate post....this laptop touchpad is waaaaay too sensitive
[Edited 5/17/09 19:53pm]
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Reply #142 posted 05/17/09 7:54pm

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Work it if you must, but the very theme of this thread is offensive.
Well look whom I found dipping their toe in the murky waters! :eyeroll: At least offer me a damn cup of coffee!
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Reply #143 posted 05/17/09 7:59pm

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kimrachell said:

my best friend since 2nd grade is black and her name is "billie jo", which some people here would consider a "white trash" or "trailer trash" name. mad

Exactly. I think names like that are country and not tied to race or socioeconomic status like these other names. confused
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Reply #144 posted 05/17/09 8:08pm

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I knew a very pretty girl named Sunseenuray I believe her family was from Canada. I would think that the statement Ghetto BLACK Names is what gets people mad. I am trying my dambest to find this news article from New Zealand where a girl fought like hell to change her name it was BusDepot53 or something like that. so its not always black people that name thier offspring horrid names. How about names like Bertha, Jimbob or how about some twins named catsup and musturd!!! true.
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Reply #145 posted 05/17/09 8:12pm

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Muse2NoPharaoh said:

Work it if you must, but the very theme of this thread is offensive.


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Reply #146 posted 05/17/09 8:14pm

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irrisistableB said:

I knew a very pretty girl named Sunseenuray I believe her family was from Canada. I would think that the statement Ghetto BLACK Names is what gets people mad. I am trying my dambest to find this news article from New Zealand where a girl fought like hell to change her name it was BusDepot53 or something like that. so its not always black people that name thier offspring horrid names. How about names like Bertha, Jimbob or how about some twins named catsup and musturd!!! true.



school me please....whats wrong writh the names Bertha....
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Reply #147 posted 05/17/09 8:48pm

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StillGotIt said:

irrisistableB said:

I knew a very pretty girl named Sunseenuray I believe her family was from Canada. I would think that the statement Ghetto BLACK Names is what gets people mad. I am trying my dambest to find this news article from New Zealand where a girl fought like hell to change her name it was BusDepot53 or something like that. so its not always black people that name thier offspring horrid names. How about names like Bertha, Jimbob or how about some twins named catsup and musturd!!! true.



school me please....whats wrong writh the names Bertha....

If you don't see nothing wrong with it than I would say nothing. But in this day and age a name like Bertha would probably set a child up for some fierce teasing...that is the point I was trying to make.
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Reply #148 posted 05/18/09 4:50am

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irrisistableB said:

StillGotIt said:




school me please....whats wrong writh the names Bertha....

If you don't see nothing wrong with it than I would say nothing. But in this day and age a name like Bertha would probably set a child up for some fierce teasing...that is the point I was trying to make.
[Edited 5/17/09 20:49pm]


seriously...I know people with the name Bertha. Never, ever has a bad or questioning thought popped into my head. A person I went to school with had the name Jimbo and he was just thought of as cool. I never, ever heard anyone clown his name--we thought it sounded cool and unusual...he was loud and outspoken and it made him memorable in a positive way for many of us. (but true...it wasn't Jimbob.) Now...I will admit, these are not names I selected for my own children.....but the sound of those names didn't bring forth any images of the individual other than who they were.
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Reply #149 posted 05/18/09 10:11am

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Katie....yep that's definitely Ghetto. biggrin
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