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    Originally posted by Paulie
    A giant bowling ball butt, apparently.
    LOL Paulie, you had me there, totally unexpected.

    Kimberly -

    This girl's and boy's name is used in English. Its source is Cyneburg leah, an Old English phrase meaning "Cyneburg's field." (What the heck is that? I thought my name meant highest honor!!! lol)

    The name Kimberly ranked 24th in popularity for females of all ages in a sample of the 1990 US Census. The name also ranked 24th for females born in the United States in 1994.

    No funny nicknames really. Kimbo Bimbo was the best.
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    John:

    This boy's and girl's name is used in Dutch, English, Portuguese and Norwegian. Its source is Yochanan, a Hebrew name meaning "God's grace."

    The name John ranked second in popularity for males of all ages in a sample of the 1990 US Census. The name also ranked 18th for males born in the United States in 1994.

    Teasing Names:
    Johnson & Johnson, Arizona John, Johnboy, Bungy, John John the Leprechaun, Jungy, John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmit, John Juan, Hoppin' John, Anatomical John, Jawn Jawn, Johnnykins, Yawn, Yonny

    Associations:
    ''John Doe'' is a general term for a man.
    A ''square John'' is someone who always abides by the rules.
    A ''Dear John letter'' is a letter from a woman to a man, telling him that she no longer wants to be with him.
    ''Blue John'' refers to skim milk.

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    My teasing nicknames include

    Christmas
    Christ
    Crusty
    Crustine
    Crispy
    Crispy Critter
    Chrissy
    Christine Pristine
    Christiney Weenie
    Christine Pisstine
    Pissy Chrissy
    Christinie Beanie Weenie
    Teener Weiner
    Teeny
    Bean
    Crispy Bean
    Cocoa Pop
    Christiney Bikini

    CRUSTY! Who thinks up such stuff anyway? And what's wrong with being pristine? btw, the last one made me
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    Originally posted by boredouttamind
    ''Blue John'' refers to skim milk.
    Since when? I always thought it was called Skim Milk... Blue John sounds more like something a man gets when he is deprived of something...

    And now I'll have to call you "Teeny Crusty Weiner" from now on Raindance...

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    No prob, Banana Rama Anna
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    You should put "Teeny Crusty Weiner" as your title...

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    My real name is Joy. Shockingly, it means "great happiness."

    Who knew?
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    Laura

    Its source is laurus , a Latin phrase meaning "The bay, or laurel, plant."

    Drawbacks....

    Laura are you poor?
    BoraBora
    Bore-ah
    Hora
    Larva
    Lore the Bore
    Lore the Spore
    No More Lore
    Lore the Sore
    Laura Spoon
    Laura Laura Bo Baura
    Lawhorea
    Laura-bara-bing-bang
    Bora Monster
    Loresy-Boresy
    Laura Borealis

    Seriously, who would ever think about calling me Laura Borealis?? Or Lore the Spore???

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    Rebecca
    It's source is the Hebrew name Rivka meaning 'to bind' although there is some dispute on that. It ranked 34th in popularity in 1990. If it's that popular where are all the other Rebeccas? I only know three other ones and one is my niece.

    Teasing names:

    Tribeca
    Beck-a-roo
    Quebec
    Bucko
    Beekers
    Beckela
    Beebop
    Reebs
    Chewbecca
    Rutabaga
    Reebok
    Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
    Beckmeister
    Becka Boo

    They call my niece Becka Boo. I have the feeling she's going to end up being Boo. I really wish my name didn't have so many nicknames that came with it. It really created a lot of problems in school and later in life.
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    Name: Amanda

    Origin: Latin

    Meaning: "One that must be loved." Okay, on one hand that's kind of sweet, but on the other - damn, how desperate does THAT sound? "Hey, you! LOVE ME! LOOOOOVE ME! I MUST BE LOVED!"

    Teasing Nicknames:

    * Lamey
    * Amanda-lin
    * Aman-duh
    * Amanda Panda Bear
    * Mands
    * Mandey
    * Panda Pants
    * Manda Panda
    * Mandy Pandy Sugar Candy
    * Manda Mutt
    * Amanda Fanny
    * Mandapated
    * Mandarin
    * Mandy Pandy
    * Panda
    * Manners
    * Mannie
    * Man
    * Manders
    * Amanda-hugin-kiss
    * A man, duh
    * Mainerd
    * Amand-er the Salamander

    My teasing nicknames suck. Not because they're teasing, per se, but because they're stupid. Manda Mutt? Uh, okay. Lamey? That doesn't even sound like Amanda. Anyone who called me this would get laughed at. And possibly kicked in the shin.

    I *do* get the "Hug'nkiss" thing a lot, but it's okay because the Simpsons rule.

    And actually, I quite like "Mandapated". It sounds like something I'd say to someone after a first kiss or something. "You like that? Yeah, buddy. You've been MANDAPATED."

    Frankly, as long as people don't call me Mandy, I'm happy.

    It also says that a Mandy is Brit slang for a quaalude. Is this true? If so, I might have to think my anti-Mandy stance.

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