May contain salt
I'm 99% sure this is her checking off the black guys she banged trying to find the father.
@ADHDButterfly, i was gonna say something similar, you barely beat me to it ha
@Lowlifesinbowtiez, triggered white folk unite!
@ADHDButterfly, everyone raise their Reich....I mean right hand if that want in the Aryan....fvck! I mean All cool white people group!
Well Lakynn is still way easier soo...
@Scottles, yeah, 2 sylabols which sound as spelled vs whatever the heck that other name was.
@Scottles, At least I can guess how Lakynn is pronounced
With names like those, girls gonna grow up to always be wearing a camo hat, cowboy boots, and take 2 dicks in the back of a muddy pickup
@Kangaroo Jacked, would a muddy ute work too?
We can at least agree on one thing: what kind of name is Nayvie? Was the daddy a sailor?
I've learned over the years that I should've named my kids dumbass and butthead.
@drummer2768, I think my dad unofficially renamed me "pest" cause he calls me that more often than my real name.
@ADHDBunniez, I'm sure my parents had a few choice words for me too.
@CaliDrumGuy, Parents are like that. I'm not gonna do that when I have kids though.
@CaliDrumGuy, my MIL tells my son that his name is,"P-E-S-T... or Nana's favorite grandson" 😝
I think we starting to see its not a black/white thing anymore. It's a stupid people thing.
@jbedsaul, didn't Sarah Palin's daughter just name her recent out of wedlock kid Sailor?
The difference is this is a rarity. Every other black person is named taquisha or shaniquanda or something stupid
@Deavas86, i taught 12 black urban third graders for four months earlier this year. 6 of them had names that i had never heard before. it didn't take me long to pronounce them and i ended up finding the names really nice. none of them were like the examples you gave. i'll give two examples even though i want to keep confidentiality, Zy'Ajah (pronounced like Zy Asia) who was a girl and Tzion (pronounced like Teh zy on) who was a boy. i liked all my students names once i learned them.
@Ruupasya, well yeah i made those names up to make my point. And those you've given aren't much better. I'm exaggerating of course but even here you prove my point that it's way more common for black people to have names like that than white people to have names like above
@Deavas86, I live in the South. White names like this are super common and f@cking annoying. Maddysin, Kournei (don't forget the 💖 over the i), McKayylah... yeah. The names will look great in glitter on your daughter's g-string for Saturday nights.
@SchroedingerPussPuss, those are normal names with retarded spellings.
@Deavas86, Madison was NOT a normal name 20 years ago. It's a city and a surname, not a first name... and it's even worse when spelled weird because it doesn't even LOOK like Madison. Braylin. Skylar. Tyelynn. Kyeler. Addysin. No no no no no. Ugh. To each their own---
@SchroedingerPussPuss, yeah most of those are fairly common. Idk where you are but you clearly mingle with the strange crowd
@Deavas86, I don't get along with women who name their kids those weird names... I've been told I use,"too many SAT words" around them -_-
I can still pronounce lakynn though
How would you even pronounce that?
@The Only Otaku, lake-in
@The Only Otaku, Pronounced "Hëlp ūs"
@The Only Otaku, I pronounced it La-kynn when I saw it.
So true. White people have the WORST names, like Jim or John or Kevin. Ffs
I named my son Jace. Four letters, easy to spell, because I was actually thinking of his future.
Thanks, mom. For making my life more difficult than it should have been.
Is that Petrya from Jane the Virgin?
It's not about being white, there's a sub-culture of all races in Utah along the wasatch Front. It's made up of mostly mormons