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What’s in a name

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For all you friends of mine who have gotten engaged/married, are getting engaged/married or plan on doing so in the near/distant future – this one is for you.
There is one thing which sits at the top of your minds, I’m sure. It’s ok, it’s pretty natural and I want you to consider it to be your obligation to yourself.
But once you get that one thing out of the way (and get it out quite a few times), another thing will come to the top of your mind. And the natural thing which will come with the just-mentioned thing is the most important and selfless task you can ever do for another individual, something which will haunt him/her forever and will be his/her identity:

You will have to name your baby.

Do not- and I stress, do NOT – take this matter lightly. I know, the temptation to have a unique name for your child will be overwhelming. You will be driven to find something which will confirm what you have always known: your child is a superstar, a megastar destined for greatness. I’m sure that is quite true. But please, oh please, remember that too much of thought can lead to the most arbit names you could ever imagine –
Bronx Mowgli Wentz

Pilot Inspektor Lee

Sage Moonblood, Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily

Zahara Marley, Maddox Chivan Thornton, Shiloh Nouvel, Pax Thien

Fifi Trixibelle, Peaches Honeyblossom, Little Pixie

and the clincher –
Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa

No. Oh god please no. There is absolutely no justification to play such a cruel joke on someone who’s just come into this world – it’s worse than the initiation schedules some frat-houses have.

This also applies to all those people who plan on having babies without the formality of marriages – you have no excuse either.

(Inspiration via Best Week Ever.tv)

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Written by sujaybedekar

January 9, 2009 at 1:54 pm

Posted in arbit, babies, blogs, marriage

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