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Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 20:32:57 2012

Shellie. Britnee. Caylee. Ashlee.

LOL @ the trailer park versions of all these names.

Only name they can't fuck with is Amber.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Easy on Tue Jun 12 20:47:56 2012, in response to Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 20:32:57 2012.

Racist post!

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Re: Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 20:52:23 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Easy on Tue Jun 12 20:47:56 2012.

It is racist.

It's funny seeing all these stupid names. Lacey is another one.

My friend names his daughters Kaylee and Ashley. This country is fucked.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Easy on Tue Jun 12 21:18:12 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 20:52:23 2012.

I like all those names. I like more unusual names rather than old-fashioned.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 21:55:19 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Easy on Tue Jun 12 21:18:12 2012.

They are great names if you want your daughter to be a stripper, porn actress, or cashier at Publix.

Those names are so childish and rural white.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Easy on Tue Jun 12 22:11:14 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 21:55:19 2012.

You're too old-fashioned. Names have changed and white people are finally more free-thinking and adventurous with names.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Fred G on Tue Jun 12 22:14:41 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 20:52:23 2012.

You're just provincial.

your pal,
Fred

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Re: Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 22:19:07 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Easy on Tue Jun 12 22:11:14 2012.

I was thinking that at some point, whites got adventurous and Americanized names like Sean to Shawn then blacks africanized to Nushawn and Deshawn.

I like different names too, but those southern stripper names like Ashlee, Britnee, Caylee, Daffnee. I can't imagine addressing an adult by the name Ashlee.




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Re: Shellie

Posted by Easy on Tue Jun 12 22:36:52 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 22:19:07 2012.

So it's just female names that you have a problem with?

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Re: Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 23:29:24 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Easy on Tue Jun 12 22:36:52 2012.

No. But for the most part it's girls getting these dumb names.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 12 23:32:29 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 22:19:07 2012.

Ashlee would be pronounced the same way as Ashley, would it not?




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Re: Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 23:35:40 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 12 23:32:29 2012.

yeah. it's the southern way of spelling it. see it a lot.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Wed Jun 13 00:34:07 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Easy on Tue Jun 12 22:36:52 2012.

do you or your kids watch Hip-Hop Squares?

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Easy on Wed Jun 13 01:06:09 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Wed Jun 13 00:34:07 2012.

I never heard of it. I don't know if they watch it, but I think probably not. They don't watch much MTV afaik.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Amanda on Wed Jun 13 06:44:37 2012, in response to Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 20:32:57 2012.

Sounds like someone was watching the "Ted" trailer.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Wed Jun 13 07:12:12 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Amanda on Wed Jun 13 06:44:37 2012.



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Re: Shellie

Posted by Mitch45 on Wed Jun 13 08:05:09 2012, in response to Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 20:32:57 2012.

Its interesting. In 30 or 40 years, we're going to see a bunch of white-haired old senior citizens with names like Tiffany and Britney. That will be weird.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Amanda on Wed Jun 13 08:16:57 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Wed Jun 13 07:12:12 2012.

That's not the one where Ted talks about "cashier names"

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Re: Shellie

Posted by AlM on Wed Jun 13 08:19:05 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Mitch45 on Wed Jun 13 08:05:09 2012.

Hey, there are already people in very senior positions named Jennifer.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Wed Jun 13 08:19:20 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Amanda on Wed Jun 13 08:16:57 2012.

I'd like to see it. I've been complaining about these names for years. See them at Chick-Fil-A all the time. "Britnee". LOL.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Easy on Wed Jun 13 08:36:44 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by AlM on Wed Jun 13 08:19:05 2012.

I've never considered that an odd name. What Luch is missing is that it won't be odd for people the same age as the girls that he sees either. Nearly all of the girls at my kids school have names like the ones he complains about. It's generational.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by AlM on Wed Jun 13 08:55:59 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Easy on Wed Jun 13 08:36:44 2012.

Jennifer was very rare till the 1970s.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Fred G on Wed Jun 13 09:13:12 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Mitch45 on Wed Jun 13 08:05:09 2012.

Can't be any weirder than Myrtle, Phyllis, or Phoebe.

You'll never see porn stars with names like those, or Mildred.

your pal,
Fred

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Re: Shellie

Posted by FYBklyn1959 on Wed Jun 13 10:03:33 2012, in response to Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 20:32:57 2012.

WORKED UP! :)

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Easy on Wed Jun 13 10:24:23 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by AlM on Wed Jun 13 08:55:59 2012.

I grew up in the 70's and always considered it a very normal name. My kids feel the same about trendy names that are among the most popular in the country.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Amanda on Wed Jun 13 11:14:07 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Wed Jun 13 08:19:20 2012.

Here's the trailer starting at the point where he discusses the cashier. You'll have to sign into YouTube to see it since it's age-restricted.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:16:04 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Fred G on Wed Jun 13 09:13:12 2012.

You never saw the classic "Mildred moons Minneapolis"? What kind of deprived adolescence did you have?

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Fred G on Wed Jun 13 13:19:08 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:16:04 2012.

Haha, I guess I was shortchanged :)

your pal,
Fred

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:24:29 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Easy on Wed Jun 13 10:24:23 2012.

I was born in 1966 and had many kids named "Eric" in my age group. It wasn't a very popular name 10 years before that, nor 10 years after.

I don't know where I'd find the stats, but I'm fairly certain that a hugely disproportionate number of the "Eric"'s in the US are between the age of 40 and 50.

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Names by State by Year

Posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:29:11 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:24:29 2012.

I could spend hours on this site...

http://www.ssa.gov/cgi-bin/namesbystate.cgi

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Re: Names by State by Year

Posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Wed Jun 13 13:31:36 2012, in response to Names by State by Year, posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:29:11 2012.

1. Michael is way too popular
2. My name was #2 on the list for the year I was born
3. My son's was #19 the year HE was born.

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Re: Names by State by Year

Posted by RIPTA42HopeTunnel on Wed Jun 13 13:41:54 2012, in response to Names by State by Year, posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:29:11 2012.

Wow, Jayden is #1 in Floriduh four years running.

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Re: Names by State by Year

Posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Wed Jun 13 13:52:46 2012, in response to Re: Names by State by Year, posted by RIPTA42HopeTunnel on Wed Jun 13 13:41:54 2012.

I hate that name. I also have three nephews with it. All 3 are annoying brats.

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Re: Names by State by Year

Posted by FYBklyn1959 on Wed Jun 13 14:11:39 2012, in response to Names by State by Year, posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:29:11 2012.

Grrr, the earliest year, is the year after I was born >:(

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Wed Jun 13 14:13:27 2012, in response to Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 12 20:32:57 2012.

Nothing beats "L-a" (pronounced La-DASH-a because the dash isn't silent).

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Amanda on Wed Jun 13 14:15:58 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Wed Jun 13 14:13:27 2012.

Urban legend.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Wed Jun 13 14:25:36 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Amanda on Wed Jun 13 14:15:58 2012.

I know, but it's still hilarious, and I removed the racist context.

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Re: Names by State by Year

Posted by RIPTA42HopeTunnel on Wed Jun 13 14:53:50 2012, in response to Re: Names by State by Year, posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Wed Jun 13 13:52:46 2012.

I hate that name. I also have three nephews with it. All 3 are annoying brats.

I hate it and all the other names that rhyme with it.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by AlM on Wed Jun 13 15:31:57 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:24:29 2012.

I went to school at various times with two different Erics born in 1951. Never knew they were ahead of their time.



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Re: Shellie

Posted by LuchAAA on Wed Jun 13 16:36:17 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Wed Jun 13 14:13:27 2012.

Mychul.

Mashell.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Spider-Pig on Wed Jun 13 16:39:47 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by LuchAAA on Wed Jun 13 16:36:17 2012.

Mykal is weird enough.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 17:08:45 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by AlM on Wed Jun 13 15:31:57 2012.

Poking around the Social Security site a bit more, you can check out the popularity of a name over time.

Eric was the 93rd most popular boy's name in 1951. It steadily increased in popularity to 25th in 1966 and ultimately 13th in each year from 1973 to 1976. Since 1976 it has steadily become less popular, and was the 103rd most common boy name in 2011.



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Re: Shellie

Posted by Mitch45 on Wed Jun 13 17:36:13 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Charles G on Wed Jun 13 13:24:29 2012.

I was born in 1965 and had a Harold, a Harvey, a Henry, an Elliot, a Noah and an Aaron in my elementary school class. Of all those names, only Noah can still be considered popular in 2012.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by TERRapin station on Wed Jun 13 18:29:27 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Mitch45 on Wed Jun 13 17:36:13 2012.

Are you sure?

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Mitch45 on Wed Jun 13 19:00:26 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by TERRapin station on Wed Jun 13 18:29:27 2012.

Why do you have the same screen name spelled two different ways? Are you TERRapin station or terrapin station?

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Re: Shellie

Posted by Spider-PIG on Wed Jun 13 19:36:04 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Mitch45 on Wed Jun 13 19:00:26 2012.

It's not cap sensitive.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by dAND124 on Thu Jun 14 00:17:30 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Spider-PIG on Wed Jun 13 19:36:04 2012.

i change may Capitalization every time i reenter my pasword

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Re: Shellie

Posted by TERRapin station on Thu Jun 14 06:09:07 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by TERRapin station on Wed Jun 13 18:29:27 2012.

Bump.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by TERRapin station on Thu Jun 14 06:09:32 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by Mitch45 on Wed Jun 13 19:00:26 2012.

Wow.

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Re: Shellie

Posted by TERRapin station on Thu Jun 14 19:00:45 2012, in response to Re: Shellie, posted by TERRapin station on Wed Jun 13 18:29:27 2012.

Bump.

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