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IndianaMatt
01-01-2011, 21:56
So I was chillin at Casa De La IndianaMatt and the wife unit mentioned we might name our first born Kimber, since I am apparently so into guns. Your thoughts?

Solid Snake
01-01-2011, 21:58
i think Wilson or Ed would be better...or if you wanted your kid to really be cool how bout Nighthawk...lol!

Hokie1911
01-01-2011, 21:58
That's gay as hell. I'd go with a more masculine name. Taurus. :thumbsup:

Nickpisp
01-01-2011, 22:00
Just replace the recoil spring and hope like hell you don't have to use customer service. :rofl:

rsxr22
01-01-2011, 22:01
MIMBER?? It's unique! JK!! You cant have help naming your pistol! Its gotta be something you come up with duh!

Quack
01-01-2011, 22:01
sound's like a strippers name.

rsxr22
01-01-2011, 22:10
sound's like a strippers name.

Very true! I like!!!

knedrgr
01-01-2011, 23:26
honor the great and name her BJ...I mean JB...

20South
01-02-2011, 01:15
JJ? = Jennings Jimenez

Seriously, Kimber's kind of cool. My wife had Remington on the list for a long time for our daughter.

BuckyP
01-02-2011, 05:30
sound's like a strippers name.

Anyone ever see Nip Tuck? Kimber was the name of Dr. Troy's porn star girlfriend. :wow:

airflyer
01-02-2011, 05:57
Okay for a dog or cat ,but wouldn't ever consider a child with that name

samuse
01-02-2011, 07:40
That would be the worst thing you could do to poor kid. At least name her after a quality firearm.

jbclark187
01-02-2011, 07:43
Ya. I know a guy who named his daughter Kimber... Stripper was the first thing that came to mind...

Goldendog Redux
01-02-2011, 07:47
So I was chillin at Casa De La IndianaMatt and the wife unit mentioned we might name our first born Kimber, since I am apparently so into guns. Your thoughts?

Do what you want but since you are asking...

Kimber=fail

Jim S.
01-02-2011, 07:53
How about Kimberly?
A much more acceptable name and you both could know that the name really stands for a handgun.
Helps the kid out and satisfies some weirdness in the two of you.
Unless of course you move to Hollywood and become "stars", then anything goes.

Jim S.
01-02-2011, 07:57
One more thing to consider;
Most names eventually become shortened or abreviated so if it's a boy named Kimber he will eventually be just "Kim".
Same with a girl.
I've known two guys with that handle in my lifetime.
Don't really know what their actual names were, or if they were really just Kims!!!

MD357
01-02-2011, 08:03
I did know a guy that named his son Raider after the football team. Personally, I'd never name a child after a firearm, it's just too WT to me. Besides, if you name your kid Kimber, it's middle name is gonna have to be Jammer.

brisk21
01-02-2011, 08:53
God don't do it. Just give him a normal name and let him be a normal kid. Im not saying your doing this, but I get sick of all these celebrities that give their kids obscure names like Apple or Pilot Inspektor. Its just the B.S. "Im special and so are my kids" attitude. Celebrities are bull*****.

Jason D
01-02-2011, 17:39
God don't do it. Just give him a normal name and let him be a normal kid. Im not saying your doing this, but I get sick of all these celebrities that give their kids obscure names like Apple or Pilot Inspektor. Its just the B.S. "Im special and so are my kids" attitude. Celebrities are bull*****.

This..

You don't want to be asking your son how many times he got his ass kicked today.

Hound_dogs_01
01-02-2011, 17:52
All that comes to mind is "A boy named Sue."

Alex

Shipwreck-The-Sequel
01-02-2011, 18:44
I wanted to name my son Bazooka Joe, but was overruled :) :)



j/k

Quack
01-02-2011, 18:47
i want two boys so i can name them Turbo and Ozone

http://thestockmasters.com/files/u1/turbo-ozone-breakin.png

Cobra64
01-02-2011, 19:49
So I was chillin at Casa De La IndianaMatt and the wife unit mentioned we might name our first born Kimber, since I am apparently so into guns. Your thoughts?

I don't care for Kimber, but if it's a girl, name her Hoppes. :tongueout:

FLIPPER 348
01-02-2011, 20:55
Your thoughts?



ghey and stupid (you asked)

craig19
01-02-2011, 21:18
I guess it wouldn't be as bad as George Costanza wanting to name his kid 7...:dunno:

Quack
01-02-2011, 21:23
I guess it wouldn't be as bad as George Costanza wanting to name his kid 7...:dunno:

i know a guy that named his son George, and their last name is Costanzo :rofl:

Jim S.
01-03-2011, 08:26
How about George Foreman naming all five of his sons George.
I guess one through five!!!
They should feel pretty special and unique.
I'd kick the old man's ass when I got old enough to fight and he was too old to fight back. :)

Vanman2004b
01-03-2011, 10:29
It is better than naming a child Glock.