Reply

Cast Your Vote:

    • Yay -- Votes: 37
    • Nay -- Votes: 9
    • It's ok -- Votes: 13
Boy name. Yay or Nay? {tamz} Due September 2; 1 child; Maryland 2534 posts
11th Dec '12

Not pregnant or TTC right now, but this is the only boys name DH will accept. Thoughts?



Nolan Parker (last name 2 syllables starting with L)

user banned California 8675 posts
11th Dec '12

Colon Cancer so with that been said. Most def a big nay. Lol Sorry hun.

Blaine Edwards 1 child; Georgia 13858 posts
11th Dec '12

i think it's nice.
i don't get "colon cancer" from it, that's a bit of a stretch. lmao

Mutha. TTC since Jan 1995; 3830 posts
11th Dec '12

I love the name Nolan! I wanted to use it for this baby but DH doesn't like it.

user banned California 8675 posts
11th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Blaine Edwards:</b>" i think it's nice. i don't get "colon cancer" from it, that's a bit of a stretch. lmao"</blockquote>




Nolan ....colon...sorry jmo.

ELP Due March 12 (girl); Boston, 345 posts
11th Dec '12

I like Nolan! I didn't think to associate it with Colan, but that is funny lol

user banned California 8675 posts
11th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ELP:</b>" I like Nolan! I didn't think to associate it with Colan, but that is funny lol "</blockquote>




Lol after a while youll get it. When I first read it that what it sounded to me. seriously. Say Nolan parker then Colon Cancer a few times and youll hear the similarity.
Nolan... Colon
Parker....cancer




Sorry dont mean to offend anyone just my honest opinion.

ELP Due March 12 (girl); Boston, 345 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting ***BGLICIOUS****:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ELP:</b>" I like Nolan! I didn't think to associate it with ... [snip!] ... read it that what it sounded to mr. seriously. Say Nolan parker then Colon Cancer a few times and youll hear the similarity."

lmao

ELP Due March 12 (girl); Boston, 345 posts
11th Dec '12

Rhyming names doesn't always work out to well. I know someone that named their child Tucker and guessss what they call him? Yes, f****r!

ELP Due March 12 (girl); Boston, 345 posts
11th Dec '12

Rhyming names doesn't always work out to well. I know someone that named their child Tucker and guessss what they call him? Yes, f****r!

user banned California 8675 posts
11th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ELP:</b>" Rhyming names doesn't always work out to well. I know someone that named their child Tucker and guessss what they call him? Yes, f****r!"</blockquote>
Ikr



Also reminds me of



Tummy tuck........




Lol

KnittyBump 1 child; New York 79 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting ELP:" Rhyming names doesn't always work out to well. I know someone that named their child Tucker and guessss what they call him? Yes, f****r!"


I think that "f****r" is a little bit more common of a naughty word for mean children to use/know. Personally I didn't have the word "Colon" in my vocabulary until I was old enough to not be picking on my classmates.



I think Nolan is a great name.

NicoThunders 2 kids; Michigan 12847 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting {tamz}:" Not pregnant or TTC right now, but this is the only boys name DH will accept. Thoughts? Nolan Parker (last name 2 syllables starting with L)"


Pretty "meh" about Parker, but I LOVE Nolan.

{tamz} Due September 2; 1 child; Maryland 2534 posts
11th Dec '12

I can see how you get colon from Nolan, but agree with PP that most kids in that teasing age do not know the word colon. But cancer from Parker?? They have almost nothing in common. And since when do children go around "haha colon cancer, that's so funny"?



Kids make fun of stuff that seems funny, like the name Mike Hunt or something. Also they make fun of names that are easy to spot as sounding like something else, like the name Dumass or something.

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
11th Dec '12

Not bad. I really like it!