The Meaning Behind Sunday Rose

July 8, 2008 / Posted by:

Bitches are trying to figure out why in botox hell did Nicky Kidman and her frosty-haired husband named their daughter Sunday Rose. You know, it’s not THAT bad. It sounds like a feminine hygiene product, but it could be worse. She could have named her God’isslove or Fifi Trixibelle.

One source told MSNBC that Keith Urban wrote a song called “Sunday” before their baby was born. Nicky loved the song so much and that’s how they came up with the name. The source said, “They really didn’t know she’d almost be born on Sunday.” But she wasn’t born on a Sunday. She was born on a fucking MONDAY! They could have at least named her “Day After Sunday.

Another source thinks Nicky chose the name as a slap in the face to Tommy Girl and Scientology. “Nicole is a Catholic, and Sunday was an important religious day for her until she was involved in Scientology. She’s still bitter about her experience with Scientology and the fact her baby’s name could be perceived as one last jab doesn’t exactly upset her, ” said some source.

Oh snap! Tommy Girl is going to have the last cackle! You watch. He’s going to name his next robot baby “Icey Pillow” just to spite that bitch.

UPDATE: Nicky’s daddy told The Telegraph the true meaning behind botox pillow’s name, “There was a lady named Sunday Reed who was a prominent patron of the arts in Victoria. I have read a bit about Sunday Reed and her husband John – she was a key mover and shaker in the arts around the beginning of the century. The name Sunday struck me as being a nice name for a woman, so my wife and I mentioned it.” Those Kidmans! They are so fucking smart.

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