Just another dumb-ass yuppie in search of authenticity
Good run though, right?Her sister Asbestia only made it to 72.
A brother, Dioxene (named for the Greek philosopher), died in childbirth.
What are the odds she was a lifeguard at a swimming pool?
...remembering her long wavy verdant tresses, thin finger nails and peeling skin.
Don't forget her cousins, Lexanne and Styrene.
Chlorene, ChloreneChlorene, ChloreneI'm begging of youPlease don't stain my pantsDon't leave white spotsJust because you can
Several years ago when a friend of mine had her baby, the woman in the bed next to her named her child, Placenta.She said that she,"liked the way the word sounded when spoken aloud"...Cognitive dissonance has no boundaries.
Alexia is the 213th most popular girl name in the US (and rising).
Sounds like a name my kids would come up with. Liz (age 6) had a friend over the other day, and they came up with the pretend-name "Claratin" for some game they were playing.
In our household we still laugh about the woman named Latrina we saw on Judge Judy. Well, we're still debating whether it was Latrina or Latrine, but we concur it works either way.
Had a friend whose wife worked in social services in Mississippi for a while.One of her clients named her daughter Pajama. (Pa juh ma)And that's not fablen.
I'm always taken aback at the surname on one of the marker stones in the nearby cemetery, "D'eath".
Was her last name Baconskin?
"A brother, Dioxene (named for the Greek philosopher), died in childbirth." I didn't even know that men could have children! (ba-da DUM!)By the way, do you see the pareidolia in the photo? It's like a reflection of a baby's head above the "ene."
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