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    What happened to Dick and Jane?
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Thought a poll would be fun, maybe spark some chatter too!
    Celebrities have been naming their offspring odd names for years and years. Frank Zappa has a child named Moon Unit and for the life of me I cannot remember if it's a boy or a girl! And more recently Gwen Stefani has a child named Zuma Nesta Rock, (sounds like a soft drink) again don't ask me the sex of the child! But what do you all think of these baby names? Something you could do? Have you named your son or daughter something different? What are your thoughts?

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    What do you think of celebrities who give their baby's unusual names, like Apple or Zuma?
    • They're celebrities, what do you expect?
    • It's cruel to the children who have to grow up with these names
    • It doesn't matter. A name doesn't define who a person is.
    • It makes them individuals from the start!
    • I love it!
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