- Jan 6, 2011
First of all, I don't have any problem with the fact that people like or do not like my name suggestions, I don't have any problem with people discussing about them either. My point is that there is without any doubt another way to ask for further explanation which is more civilised than plain rudeness.
Have you read what you just said? Who are you to decide even you wrote it "countless of times" the rules of how/what one should choose the babies names? "Tree", "random" etc... what's wrong with names that one do simply like?
None of the members of this thread has ever asked me for some explanation with just a succession of question marks which is the written form of yelling. You pretend not to have any clue about why I "throw Angus out" for example, yet you understood that I was referring at Mary's, thus her children' scottish heritage. Mary being australian doesn't mean nobody has the right to hint at her roots.
And even then, would it have no connection with anything royal but just a name I like what's wrong with that?
As I joined this forum a way before you did, I have seen lots of name suggestions. I really like some of them, I found some ugly, boring, but it's others choice and I respect that. It's ludicrous, over the top, to be aggressive about names of babies who are not even yours - about names that their parents might even think about. Nobody posts anything to please you personally, you like it fine, you don't just pass by. As far as I'm concerned I better not pay attention to people your kind.
How is ????? aggressive. If I wrote PRINCE ANGUS, like I was shouting at you perhaps, the multiple question marks means confusion, not yelling. Inventing internet protocal that doesn't exist doesn't help your case
I didn't say I didn't respect it. I asked for an explanation. Even if it is Scottish, it is still absolutely random. There is no direct link to Mary that I can find. I thought there was a connection you knew of that I didn't, like it was a family name, or her family was from the Angus region of Scotland, some connection. Prince Perth would make little sense, yes it would honor Australia, but why would they honor a part of Australia she isn't from? Why not Prince Hobart or Princess Mathilda/Adelaide? I was asking for your reasoning, and at no time was being aggressive. I asked a question, confused by the choice.
Then you got mad at me questioning, and asked me why I made no suggestions. So I pointed out I had. I wasn't saying my reasoning was right, I was explaining my previous posts.
This is the usual events, someone asks a question, the other person answers. You asked why I haven't made suggestions, I answered by telling you what suggestions I have made.
If I start writing in caps locks at you and perhaps in bold, then I am being aggressive, ????? is confusion. Creating new internet protocal might be right for you, but you can forgive others for not knowing your personal rules.
The only person who has been rude is you 'my kind'. That's actually extremely insulting. I am by far not the only one who has questioned name choices in the past, mine have been.This is a debate thread.