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Guy in a class: Joelle (Joel) We kept looking for a female, and he didn't want to answer to Joelle.Woman in an office with a name tag: Tequila. Pronounced Ta-QWILL-uhKid in son's class: Juan. Pronounced Ja-WANIs "Peabody" really pronounced "Pibbidy"? I guess it could be, but that wasn't the obvious pronunciation to me. The person was quite sharp with me, as though I should have known.Also knew of a child named U""Neek (she wanted quotation marks).
I'd go by Hattie, personally.
Temple Saint-Clair (Temple is the first name). Sounds like something out of a romance novel.
A woman in her 40s or 50s.I agree that the name doesn't sound bad but it seems so contrived and Regency Romance-y.
Oral.Wonder if he's talkative?
Quote from: WolfWay on August 07, 2013, 11:36:52 PMOral.Wonder if he's talkative?LOL! I know an Orel, but Oral is a first.
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