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You’ve likely never met anyone with one of the “hottest” names of 2016.
They’ve gone for alliteration again.
Beyond the increasingly popular Arya and Khaleesi.
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I remember being struck, even as a kid, by how rude I thought it was that anyone would openly feel the need to disapprove of your choice, whether that same name belonged to some imbecile they once knew or whether it just wasn't their cup of tea.
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