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What's a good name for my baby turtle?

Asked by bellusfemina (808points) April 21st, 2010

It’s about the size of a half dollar. There’s so much traffic around my house, I’m surprised it didn’t get smushed! I think it’s a girl.

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erichw1504's avatar

Fitty Cent.

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cazzie's avatar

We had a pet turtle and weren’t allowed to call it Myrtle because that was my grandma’s name. We ended up calling it ‘Hurtle’.

Gilroy Roberts designed the half dollar…. JFK is ON the half dollar… it’s a girl… you could call her Marilyn, perhaps.

Luna's avatar

….....Or Mrs.T

absalom's avatar

Gustave Flaubert.

cazzie's avatar

Oh.. what about Mock.

cazzie's avatar

Oh… not Mock… but Mach… like the speed.. that way it would be a funny play on words! and he could be Moch 1 and when he dies and you get another one, it can be Moch 2 etc…

john65pennington's avatar

A name that very surmountable with turtles…...............


Pretty_Lilly's avatar

Tony Montana

DarkScribe's avatar

Ceremony, that way when people knock on your door you can say: “Come in – don’t stand on ceremony…”

ragingloli's avatar

Kame. (pronounced Kah-meh)

Berserker's avatar

I had a turtle once. I called her Tiamat. It’s kind of a funny name for a turtle, but I’m with @gorillapaws , Atlas is awesome.

chyna's avatar

Ok, I’m with @gorillapaws. Atlas is a perfect name.

jazmina88's avatar

It has to be Myrtle….@ucme was on it. my band even wrote a song about mrytle the turtle

buster's avatar

Biggie Smalls.

shego's avatar

I had a baby turtle, I named him tiny Tim, I stuck in the bath tub to see if he could swim. He drank up all the water and ate up all the soap, and now he’s home sick in bed with bubbles in his in his throat.

Luna's avatar

i think i like Squirtle too!

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