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I think Mike Meyers said it best when he was on SNL in that Sphrockets skit:
Hello Miss "!" (that's Miss Exclamation Point).

Another suggestiong, inspired by my brilliant obfuscation, is just to name her #!Quinn. Sure there are the implications of calling your child Sha-Bang Quinn, but how many people will know that.

That or perlop (or any of the perl op's).

Do not in any event name your daughter sub. Very few people would even think of the word subroutine, and she'd probably get teased for being sub-human or something..

Other possibilities include CGI::Pretty or 'Debbi' as in DBI

I really like SVt_Quinn ( as in Sweetie Quinn)

Contexta (the lady Context, yeah i know, you don't have to say it)

And of course, here's a middle name suggestion, JAPB.

When you get a boy, perlapio sounds cool (and italian:).

 
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In reply to (crazyinsomniac) Re: What Perlish name to assign to my baby girl? by crazyinsomniac
in thread What Perlish name to assign to my baby girl? by petdance

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