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Old 08-16-2010, 01:55 AM   #1
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What gives? What is it with women and hyphenated last names?

Take the last name or don't. Get married or don't. Don't try to be half married.

*runs and hides*

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Old 08-16-2010, 02:00 AM   #2
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I can't even begin to discuss this in the open forum Goju.

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I have no hard data, but have the feeling that most (80%+) hyphenates are liberals.

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since my bastard of a husband refused to adopt my daughter and she and I share a name, we keep ours. The boys can have theirs. He is lucky I gave my son his name.

So I don't even do the hyphen. HA!!!!!!

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I can understand since the loss of identity is crucial in some cases. You are treading on thin ice here, and you know it. Is Maurice Jones-Drew any less of a running back because of the hyphen? I think not!

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since my bastard of a husband refused to adopt my daughter and she and I share a name, we keep ours. The boys can have theirs. He is lucky I gave my son his name.

So I don't even do the hyphen. HA!!!!!!
Jess, my good woman, how are you?
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What gives? What is it with women and hyphenated last names?

Take the last name or don't. Get married or don't. Don't try to be half married.

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That's their choice and right...like you can own a gun. How do you feel when others question your choice/right?
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I believe you should have the right to call yourself whatever you like. I HAVE wondered what happens when a hyphenated offspring marries a hyphenated offspring- could reach the point that getting your girlfriend's name on a tattoo could be a fatal injury from the blood loss. Part of my family (on the MALE side) has historically carried the middle name of Pocahontas. Nobody's business but ours- and derision is usually met with the typical Southern Redneck response (that results in 30 days as a guest of the county )

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Respect to the family they came from, and respect to the family they've joined.
Whats the problem??

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