It's my understanding that I'm required by law to provide a name for my child. SIGH. This whole bringing a life into the world business is nothing but work. Left to his own devices, Mr. Bunny would choose something totally lame. Me, on the other hand--I'm a fan of unusual names. Not crazy-unusual, like Whisperwindponyhead, just rare. So as I collect possible names for Bun Bun, I'm trending towards the odder ones. But there's not an unlimited supply of them. That's why I'm going to let CAPTCHA (the word verification thing we all know so well) contribute. Here are a couple of the top contenders I've collected while commenting on your fine weblogs.
For a boy:
Spiasmso. I know--everyone will call him Spasmo. But there definitely won't be another one in his class.
Prumrops. It has a classy British feel. The kind that will totally get him accepted to Oxford.
For a girl:
Nozess. When asked what her name means, she can be like, a female Noz.
Ponabfqa. True, people will misspell it because q is always followed by u in English. But they say you should choose a name that's pronounceable, and you can't beat a b-f-q consonant cluster for pronounceability.
Quishl. It combines all the ethnic flava of something like Keisha with the traditional primness of something like Nigel.
Bucket. Yeah--it's a word. But when captcha gives you Bucket, how can you not go with Bucket?
Do be sure to keep an eye out for me, as I'm sure there are many other great names just waiting to be randomly generated.