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Cast Your Vote:

    • Cassidy -- Votes: 25
    • Adyson -- Votes: 10
April_Pike Due May 28 (girl); 1 child; South Carolina 72 posts
4th Apr '13

OMG lets go around correcting peoples spelling now. Get over it! Since everyone else liked the name you had to be the one to point out it is "masculine" So what!! Who cares? It's not your kid getting the name! :-) Have a nice night

мɑkɑnɑni 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 65203 posts
status 4th Apr '13
Quoting April_Pike:" OMG lets go around correcting peoples spelling now. Get over it! Since everyone else liked the name you ... [snip!] ... had to be the one to point out it is "masculine" So what!! Who cares? It's not your kid getting the name! :-) Have a nice night"



Because I can? I'm not the only person who doesn't like Adyson. Cassidy has 22 votes, Adyson 9. :lol:



It IS masculine regardless of its use on girls. You're right--if I have a daughter her name won't be Addison (or any yukneak spelling) or any sort of masculine name. Thankfully I have better taste.

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
4th Apr '13
Quoting mαkαnαni:" Because I can? I'm not the only person who doesn't like Adyson. Cassidy has 22 votes, Adyson 9. :lol: ... [snip!] ... a daughter her name won't be Addison (or any yukneak spelling) or any sort of masculine name. Thankfully I have better taste."


Names change though. Ashley and Courtney were boys names. I know one Courtney that's a male.

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4th Apr '13

Cassidy wins by default.