Yeah that was it
It's not mine is it?
Louise is a grand name.
I know the Tara and the Rachel who you are specifically referring to - who are the other two though?
Not a fan of hard core Gaeilge names.
Muireann, Doireann, Saoirse - oh there is loads of them.
I dont know but the rest of ye but I like names that remind me of hot birds like Rachel will always remind me of Jennifer Aniston while Alison will remind me of the fat pig that works in the same office as me.
Yeah, but this lad I'm on about was from Westmeath
Siofra - a girls name I heard recently.
Afraic is another girl name I heard recently as well.
As have I. Ridiculous.
Another I heard was Felimy-Ann. She was a grown woman.
Another name I have heard for elderly women is Fanny.
Cracks me up.
at what age do you have to pick a name from the pool of old persons names? Is it once you start collecting your pension?
I've said it before and I'll say it again:
The fun you can have just by replacing the second letter of each name with a 'u'.
- most Irish names in fact with a few exceptions
There is a lad leaving here today with a ridiculous first and second name.
There have been issues with full names being mentioned here in the past so I'll give you his first name - Francis.
For the second name, think of the first word in the mountain range where the biggest mountain in Ireland is.
Dorachas or something. It's a birds name patron saint of Valencia Island or some such place
He could only be from kerry farmer with a name like that.Heard he got a job in London.Has the place had a collective sigh of relief since MOL left.
Eamonn or Eamon or however you spell it is a ridiculous name.
Watts wrong with that?
'Sur did ye have a Batty down there one time?
He was married to Minnie
The Brennans I think
Be careful or you might get your p45