Girls' names associated with fugliness

Dec 30, 2004
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Needs no explaining. What names do you associate with a fugly chic?

For me, Caitlin...can't think of any more.
 

6000SUX

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Caitlin and Beth are both strange entries, in my opinion.

One I remembered: Elmira. It evokes a toothless denizen of tar-paper-shack country.
 

OVERKILL

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Originally posted by: Bateluer
Originally posted by: OVERKILL
Beth

Beth is short for Elizabeth, and I've known several very good looking 'Elizabeth's' over the years.

every Beth I have ever known was on the larger end of scale it seems.

Incidently, associating names to fugliness isn't exactly an accurate science.
 
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Originally posted by: soccerballtux
Needs no explaining. What names do you associate with a fugly chic?

For me, Caitlin...can't think of any more.

Hey now...I'm gonna let that slide, only because my daughter spells her name with a y. :cool: