Discussion in 'Smothers' started by Honey, Apr 13, 2013.
I would shave spelled it Donovan.
I couldn't wrap my head around it and kept thinking Don Ivan.
Hud and Haryson
Is Hud at least short for Hudson? Since that’d turn something terrible into something neutral.
Not that I'm aware. I saw it on an old episode of One Born Every Minute. Nurse asks the babies name and dad responds with Hud.
I thought I misheard but then at the end they like to do the "So and so are proud to introduce their son Hud" and was like
I nannied for a couple of kids who have a cousin named Hudson and my employer (his aunt) and I were talking about how both her kids and Hudson are names that don't lend themselves well to nicknames and she and I joked over how terrible Hud sounded lol like, we were standing around pretended to talk to "Hud" (hey Hud, come eat dinner. Good to see you, Hud!). We were saying it kind of derpy too. We had a laugh over it, but now I can laugh about a real Hud apparently
At first I read this as "Klowery" and I'm not sure what is worse.
We just hired a Taelyr at work.......
I'm going to have so much material for this thread tomorrow...they just put little labeled mailboxes up outside each room at daycare. I will read them all at dropoff in the morning and report back.
@Comet doing the lord's work
I so wish I could share some I see. There are many doozies.
@shakespeer Damn HIPAA ruining our fun.
Dammit, they took a bunch of them down. They're moving some stuff around right now so hopefully they'll be back up soon.
Wow, that’s a doozie.
That just makes me think of how people pronounce MRSA and so now im thinking of someone naming their kid a flesh eating disease
Who turned out to be a nurse no less @hellohelloagain .
No clue- saw it on a custom etsy ad. Horrible name choice to advertise your design.
In the sweet irony of unique names, 3 Jaxon's in one Kindergarten class .
Lol. There's one in C's daycare class. Last name ends in -xon too.