24 July 2007

Princess Tiaamii.

I actually sort of like Jordon and Peter André, not enough actually make any effort to read about them or buy their record from the other year or watch a programme about them if there was anything better on (better being almost anything from the umpteenth rerun of how they make chocolates on Playaway, a seminal film I'm sure you would agree)

but they seem to make a happy couple and it keeps tabloid journalists happy with the innocent campness of it all.

But... But....

Congratulations on the birth of their daughter and all but what were they thinking with the naming thing? "Princess Tiaamii." It's cruel the poor wee girl is going to get teased from the get go. It's also a form of self aggrandisement by the parents "arn't we special and a cut above the rest by being so original" instead it comes across as being uber chav and stupid. Poor kid at least she can change it when she grows up.


  1. With a bit of luck she'll change it to Nigel, or Kevin, or Dave.

  2. I liked the fact that they refrained from calling her Tinkerbell, not because it was a fecking stupid name but because a lot of their celebrity friends have used that name for their dog.

    The couple really do deserve each other... at least its only one gene pool they are messing up now...

  3. Look what happened to Prince - he changed his name to *squiggle*

    Sorry, I forgot: he's got talent.

    Do you think that after realising that both parents proved to be genetically devoid of any vestiges of talent, that they're now relying on sympathetic magic?