Intimidating female names
Take for instance the Chihuahua, where you have a big dog in a small dogs body.
Read on…and check out these heart-throbbing, spine-tingling cats and dogs!Giving your pet an exotic name would be a very good idea.You will not find “Daisy”, “Buddy”, “Cuddles” or “Duke” in our list of exotic dog names, but you should find “Zagar”, “Jamiroquai”, or “Bjork”.Looking for a name for your new puppy but is sick and tired of the common names that people are giving their furry friends these days?Perhaps you would want something that’s mundane, something rare and interesting for your equally rare and interesting dog.The NFL thrives on intimidating players, but only a select few have intimidating names that perfectly match their on-the-field personas.
Intimidation is a staple of the NFL primarily on the defensive side of the ball, which makes sense because defenders are doing whatever they can to slow down offensive players.
A player with an intimidating name has an added advantage before their adversaries even set eyes on them.
Throughout NFL history there have been players with intimidating names.
How about naming him after popular foreigners with exotic-sounding names like “Givenchy” (French designer), “Dali” (Spanish artist), and “Zdenka” (Czech athlete).
How about any one of The Three Musketeers — Athos, Porthos and Aramis?
He was a grumpy orange tabby who liked to jump out of doorways and claw at us.