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    Coulda been worse..........Indy and Orleans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAVESBABYDOLL
    LMAO, I take it they are big Saints fans?
    Brenda can at least claim being under the influence of drugs ... Brian is an idiot : The original plan was "Bryn" and "Brittany". I imagine it could be worse ....


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    Coulda been worse..........Indy and Orleans
    This is too too true....
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    This has been an interesting thread to read. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3lilpigs
    Coulda been worse..........Indy and Orleans
    This is too too true.... my brother said it could have been "Bush" and "Brees"
    Laissez les bon temps rouler! Going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in a garage makes you a car.** a 4 day work week & sex slaves ~ I say Tyt for PRESIDENT! Not to be taken internally, literally or seriously ....Suki ebaynni IS THAT BETTER ?

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    I know someone who named there son Maximus, from that gladiator movie, and they call him Max, then one who named there son Kingston, and calls him King.

    I love my DD's names, but I named them to close, Destiney and Bethany, I sometimes get them mixed up and mistakingly call one the other. My son is Damon, I let my DH name him.

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    Hey,

    Don't be so judgemental. For one the name is "super" recognizable and may help make him a big star someday. Especially with famous parents. Also, I would like to point out, that I named by baby brother (who's now 26) after the Superman of the 80's. Of course I used the actor's real name Christopher. Before you say anything my parents asked me what I wanted to name him, and I was 6.

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    Move over, Apple, Suri, Bronx, and Blue Ivy here comes Exton Elias. That's the unusual moniker Robert Downey Jr. and his wife, Susan, have given their newborn son, who was born on Tuesday morning in Los Angeles, clocking in at 7 pounds, 5 ounces and 20 inches long. "Everyone is healthy and they couldn't be happier," a friend of the couple tells People.

    Although the "Sherlock Holmes" actor, 46, accidentally spilled the beans about the baby's sex in December, he stopped short of also revealing the name they had chosen for their little one. "If I told you the name, then [my wife] would lop off my head with a machete," Downey joked or at least we hope it was a joke.

    The new parents have yet to explain their decision to name their first child together Exton, but the word is typically associated with the city in Pennsylvania. Coincidentally (or maybe not), RDJ and his first wife, Deborah Falconer, also named their now-18-year-old son after a location -- Indio, a Southern California city that happens to be home to the Coachella Music Festival.

    "Place names and surnames with an 'x' inside them have been soaring for boys," Laura Wattenberg (http://babynamewizard.com) tells omg!. "It's like a little super-power boost inside an otherwise unassuming name. Jaxon, Braxton, and Paxton are the leaders of that pack, and many others, like Maxton and Lexington are rising. Exton is a little surprising, though, because it's not especially nickname-friendly. Ex, with its suggestion of ex-wives and ex-boyfriends, isn't likely."

    As for baby Exton's middle name, Elias, perhaps it's a nod to New York Giants star quarterback, Eli Manning, who led his team to a Super Bowl win on Sunday. After all, dad Robert is a NYC native.

    Exton may seem like a peculiar choice for a baby name -- but not in Hollywood, home to some of the biggest head-scratchers and tongue-twisters. Here's a sampling:

    Audio Science, the son of actress Shannyn Sossamon and kickboxing instructor Dallas Clayton
    Moxie Crimefighter, the daughter of Penn Jillette and his wife, Emily
    Pilot Inspektor, the son of Jason Lee and his wife, Beth
    Kal-El, the son of Nicolas Cage and his wife, Alice Kim
    Speck Wildhorse, the son of John Mellencamp and Elaine Irwin
    Sparrow James Midnight, the son of Nicole Richie and Joel Madden
    Bluebell Madonna, the daughter of Spice Girl Geri Halliwell and Sacha Gervasi
    Banjo Patrick, the son of Rachel Griffith and Andrew Taylor
    Kyd Miller, the son of David Duchovny and Tea Leoni
    Elijah Bob Patricius Guggi Q, the son of Bono and Ali Hewson
    Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha, the son of Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa
    Daisy Boo and Poppy Honey, the daughters of Jamie Oliver and wife Jools Norton
    Reignbeau, the daughter of Ving Rhames and Deborah Reed
    Jermajesty, the son of Jermaine Jackson and Alejandra
    Diva Thin Muffin Pigeen and Moon Unit, the daughters of Frank Zappa (who also named his sons Dweezil and Ahmet)

    http://omg.yahoo.com/blogs/goddess/r...193200668.html
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    huh...and I have complained about MY name. Compared to the names above, mine is commonplace. Ridiculous, to say the least. Talk about egos. These parents have given no thought whatsoever to their children or how difficult it will be for them. But they are in show biz after all and life IS all about them, right? Idiots. EVERYONE will make fun, even the teacher. (I had a teacher in ninth grade who made fun of my name.) Hopefully the kid will change his/her name when of age, otherwise life in this regard will only get worse.
    What Goes Around, Comes Around

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    sorry had m,e on that one too

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