- I bet none of you can pronounce this as intended.
molgrips – Member
Darren is presumably something Irish. It comes up in Welsh place names a fair bit, but no-one without Welsh connections calls their kids Welsh names. It’s all Irish this and that.
I’m called Gareth, despite having zero Welsh connections.
We called our son Samuel, so I’m sure he’ll be ridiculed at school for not being called Daytona KFC or sommat. He’s got “Chaz” as a middle name, so hopefully that’ll make up for it.Posted 7 years ago
Thanks for the link Brant – an interesting story. It would appear that the Self-Congratulatory Judgemental Movement has a global reach – well beyond the Daily Mail and STW.
I particularly liked the reference that many of the forwards had the comment “And we let these people vote!!!!”Posted 7 years ago
It’s hard to imagine more typical language of a STW ranter.U31
I have never read such utter rot in all my born years.Posted 7 years ago
Total claptrap. The case is proven for a list of government sanctioned names.
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