Merged since you made two threads about the same thing for some reason.
Anyway, I remember seeing it on here before, but it's pretty cool. I dig the guy for many reasons. :3
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Didn't know that, I love Robin Williams even more know lol, his smile and his eyes when he laughs AND his daughter's name is Zelda? <3
Like stated before though, anyone with that name who isn't famous in any way would get bullied till the end of time lol.
I prefer Zelda over a normal name though.. At least he has a story behind why he named his daughter that way rather than 'well we picked Mary cause it sounds better than Carly'.
zelda was a name before it
like how mario was a name before mario
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I did forget to add one comment...man his daughter is hot! Why can't more gamer chicks fall into the pretty category?
From a personal point of view and knowing that i do like to be original, i would prolly consider the name Elune for my baby girl and even Alleria... Ive seen pretty nasty names after all and those are nothing compared to what ive seen :P
Regardless of where it came from, Zelda is an awesome name. If I had a child, they'd have a super sweet name too.
i dont see robin in that video, all i see is santa :<
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I would probably pick a real name thats similar instead, like arthur or sylvia or (heh heh) darius/darion.
Some parents named their son, who happend to be born on 11/11/11, Dovakin. After some important dude in Skyrim.
I would so call my daughter something like sylvanas or alextraza lol. But it would probaly be a bit cruel to call a kid malcygos lol.
I think that's awesome! Didnt know he was a closet nerd lol, and Zelda is a cool name, I know a couple of people called Zelda.
On one hand I like odd names because we cant go another decade of "James" and "Michaels"..
I'm naming my first born Leighton Dont really know any with that name, though I know it is common, just not "as common"...