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Cast Your Vote:

    • Paisleigh -- Votes: 25
    • Paysleigh -- Votes: 1
    • Paisleygh -- Votes: 2
    • Peisleygh -- Votes: 1
Latoshia Due June 21; White Pine, Tennessee 86 posts
3rd Dec '12

If you truly love that name for your baby then it doesn't matter anyone elses opinion. But my only comment on the spelling is that it would be easier for your child & family for you to pick a simple spelling of the name. But it is your choice.

NicoThunders 2 kids; Michigan 12847 posts
3rd Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting TromboneMethod:</b>" You can hardly expect me not to get defensive if you're going to be consistently insulting my intelligence ... [snip!] ... as a parent. Haven't you made it clear how little you care about the child's name anyways? Why do you keep coming back here?"</blockquote




You can't expect people to not insult your intelligence when the name you've picked makes you look like an illiterate moron.



If your goal is to make people pity your daughter, then good job!

Mrs.Dani Due July 3; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Oxnard, California 10272 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting TromboneMethod:" I would pronounce it the same way that I would pronounce a conventional spelling of Paisleigh. "


Paisleigh makes me want to say P-as-lee

Mrs.Dani Due July 3; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Oxnard, California 10272 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting TromboneMethod:" I honestly don't know how many times I need to ask this in order to get a valid argument... How do you determine what is an appropriate spelling and what isn't? "


Etymology. :wink:

NicoThunders 2 kids; Michigan 12847 posts
3rd Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mrs.Dani:</b>" Etymology. :wink:"</blockquote>




Her kind never understands that. :roll:

Mrs.Dani Due July 3; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Oxnard, California 10272 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting NicoThunders:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mrs.Dani:</b>" Etymology. :wink:"</blockquote> Her kind never understands that. :roll:"


I was surprised no one said anything about it. I don't think she would understand either.

lauren [+2] Due March 14; 2 kids; Georgia 13472 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting khigh:" Trendy=unemployed. When an employer looks at an application and see something so trendy and misspelled, ... [snip!] ... it was a crack baby and will not hire someone who's parents were so stupid. Stupid rubs off on the kids and makes them stupid."


I used to work at a place where if the person applying didn't have a traditional name, he threw their app away without even reading it. LOL.

Tash+1 1 child; Canton, Ohio 7839 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting Mrs.Dani:" I was surprised no one said anything about it. I don't think she would understand either."


I did in a way, but i couldn't think of the word lol

Mrs.Dani Due July 3; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Oxnard, California 10272 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting Chelsea Dawns Mama:" I did in a way, but i couldn't think of the word lol"


I could tell you were trying to say something like that, but I didn't see the word.

khigh 1 child; Fort Sill, Oklahoma 8101 posts
3rd Dec '12

Think of it this way. Would you go to a doctor or a lawyer with the name Paisleigh? I would not, personally. It makes them seem unintelligent because their parents were unintelligent and that's hereditary.

LolaMcKitten Due May 30 (girl); 27 kids; Beverly Hills, California 15496 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting TromboneMethod:" There isn't really a "correct" way to spell a name, you know I'm just being creative. At least I'm not picking a BORING name. "


LMAO - misspelling names is not creative, especially considering SO MANY people do it, it's very, very common.



Yes, there are correct spellings - names are based off of etymology, not random crap you pull out of your ass. A lot of the spellings up there don't even make sense according to phonetics and if you fail to even follow the rules of phonetics, then you must pretty uneducated.



Lastly, Paisley is really, really boring. It's posted on here ALL the time. It's jumped SIX HUNDRED (600) spaces on the social security list in the past 5 years (from 2006 - 2011) That means it's gotten super popular very quickly. I don't think that qualifies as "not boring".

user banned 1 child; Jamaica, OH, United States 7126 posts
3rd Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting LolaMcKitten:</b>" LMAO - misspelling names is not creative, especially considering SO MANY people do it, it's very, very ... [snip!] ... 5 years (from 2006 - 2011) That means it's gotten super popular very quickly. I don't think that qualifies as "not boring". "</blockquote>




I was waiting for you to show up lol

NicoThunders 2 kids; Michigan 12847 posts
3rd Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Laneys*Mama:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting LolaMcKitten:</b>" LMAO - misspelling names is not creative, ... [snip!] ... very quickly. I don't think that qualifies as "not boring". "</blockquote> I was waiting for you to show up lol"</blockquote>




:D
She really is the best!

Aria Dawn's mommy 33 kids; Texas 1864 posts
3rd Dec '12

Op, you seem to observe the rules of grammar, why not etymology? All your options look completely stupid.



Also, paisley is a terrible name imo. Even worse when misspelled.

Coda&Cadence's Mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Fayetteville, North Carolina 2154 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting TromboneMethod:" I love hip, trendy and cool names. I'm sure my daughter will love them too. Pick your favorite spelling! I love all of these but I'm having a hard time choosing. Comment below why you picked which?"

Paisley