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    Massassi: The Next Generation

    According to the photos taken by the ultrasound operator, I'll soon be the proud father of an embarrassed son.

    I'm open to suggestions for baby names.
    And when the moment is right, I'm gonna fly a kite.

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    Hey, it's the first thread/post made on these forums in MONTHS that doesn't suck!

    Congrats, space_dad. And of course, your child's middle name should be Mike in reference to moi.

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    Congratulations!

    Now what do we do with all the gbk-will-never-find-a-woman jokes lying around?
    Sorry for the lousy German

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikumubeki View Post
    Hey, it's the first thread/post made on these forums in MONTHS that doesn't suck!
    Are the twilight years of Massassi not, like, proceeding to your satisfaction?

    GBK, I've got a host of ready-made names to inflict upon my children someday. For your son, I suggest Geoff Bobby Kelvin, unless your real initials are already GBK.

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    "Geoffrey" has a nice ring to it. >_>
    And when the moment is right, I'm gonna fly a kite.

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    Baby McBabeface!
    Sorry for the lousy German

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    Congrats! How about Suzanne?
    Last edited by Eversor; 01-24-2018 at 12:27 PM.

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    Astird

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    Ian, like MassassIAN
    I had a blog. It sucked.

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    Congratulations papa. Having sons is great; I think every man should have a son and I have sympathy for those who do not.

    You definitely need to name him "Seth."
    Or Bob Jr.

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    I could go for "Iain".
    And when the moment is right, I'm gonna fly a kite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven View Post
    I think every man should have a son and I have sympathy for those who do not.

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    Congrats gbk

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    [Edit:

    Quote Originally Posted by saberopus View Post
    I obviously don't mean that literally; some people should definitely not have children. I mean among those who want and should have a child, having a son is an amazing thing. It's a little picture of yourself, and magnifies your flaws and strengths. It makes you a better man so you can teach him to be a better man. I don't have any daughters so I don't anything about that.]
    Last edited by Steven; 01-24-2018 at 11:55 AM.

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    FGR: Name him "Play TODOA"

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    Congrats!

    As for a name, Kyle, of course.

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    Err... not sure that's so great. If his first and middle names are Kyle and Katarn and his last name starts with a "k" like his father, "gbk" then he will have very ... unfortunate ... initials.

    Congrats gbk.

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    where do babby come from?

    congrats geeb!

    what about jon`c as a name just a thought you can thank me later
    [01:52] <~Nikumubeki> Because it's MBEGGAR BEGS LIKE A BEGONI.

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    Congrats, gbk! My wife and I are expecting a daughter in a few months. We've got a huge list of potential names, but since this is our first kid it's a bit daunting naming a person for the rest of their life (unless you suck at naming, and they get it legally changed later.)

    Here are some boy names we kind of liked before we found out we were having a girl:
    Alan, Kyle, Katarn, Oliver, Rex, Elliot.
    Last edited by Phantom-Seraph; 01-24-2018 at 03:11 PM.

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    grats
    Looks like we're not going down after all, so nevermind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom-Seraph View Post
    Congrats, gbk! My wife and I are expecting a daughter in a few months. We've got a huge list of potential names, but since this is our first kid it is a bit daunting naming another person for the rest of their life (unless you suck and naming them and they get it legally changed later.)

    Here are some boy names we kind of liked before we found out we were having a girl:
    Alan, Kyle, Katarn, Oliver, Rex, Elliot.
    Congrats, dude.

    My wife likes "Oliver."

    I totally want to name him Kyle Katarn.
    And when the moment is right, I'm gonna fly a kite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbk View Post
    Oliver


    Seriously though, congratulations. To Phantom-Seraph as well. Life's about to become much different, and much better for you both,

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    Picking baby name is a PITA. I too knocked up my wife recently. We don't know what it is yet (we'll know when it's born in a few weeks). We've selected a girl name, but haven't settled on a boy name. It's very annoying.

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    You can't go wrong with the classics. Better names than trash ones like Sarah Palin's sons Track and Trig.
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    15 year old study, but a resume with a traditional name was 50% more likely to get a call-back than the same resume with a non-traditional name.

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    I was going to make a stupid joke as usual but I wouldn't be surprised that even a seedy strip club owner would prefer traditional names over Crystal, Fortune, Jade and Destiny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post


    Seriously though, congratulations. To Phantom-Seraph as well. Life's about to become much different, and much better for you both,


    Quote Originally Posted by Jon`C View Post
    15 year old study, but a resume with a traditional name was 50% more likely to get a call-back than the same resume with a non-traditional name.
    There's the other aspect of just not saddling your kid with a stupid name.
    And when the moment is right, I'm gonna fly a kite.

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    Congrats though!

    I feel like you should notify Emon, wherever that guy is in this world, that you in fact procreated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECHOMAN View Post
    I was going to make a stupid joke as usual but I wouldn't be surprised that even a seedy strip club owner would prefer traditional names over Crystal, Fortune, Jade and Destiny.
    Ashley got bills to pay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven View Post
    I too knocked up my wife recently.
    Oh my God, who else knocked her up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wookie06 View Post
    Oh my God, who else knocked her up?
    Still waiting on the test results from Maury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon`C View Post
    15 year old study, but a resume with a traditional name was 50% more likely to get a call-back than the same resume with a non-traditional name.
    This is why I gave my kids old, traditional names like Æthelstan and Nebuchadnezzar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zloc_Vergo View Post
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    YEAH
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    Congratulations!

    May I suggest that you name him Wesley?

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    Wow, space_dad, you're in a tight spot!

    You can't, in good conscience, deny the possibility of wolfmen. It's irresponsible!

    They're pulling **** out of the ocean and, what, that's like, WHAT!?

    What the f**k is that?

    ... Well, anyway, you gotta be careful with your kid.

    If you don't look in there, you won't know.

    Nobody knows. It's like...

    ... the Schrödinger's wolfman.

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    ...I'll just tell the boy that there's no such thing as "wolfmen."

    Also? You're not allowed to babysit.
    Ever.
    And when the moment is right, I'm gonna fly a kite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Jones View Post
    May I suggest that you name him Wesley?
    Yeah! Everyone will think it's a reference to the classic usenet group alt.wesley.crusher.die.die.die.

    >_>
    And when the moment is right, I'm gonna fly a kite.

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    Ahem.

    Okay, I admit that's not the right name if we're going to wish that he live long and prosper.

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    Wheeeeeeeeeeee!!

    Fred’s a good name.


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