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Written By: Tracy - Dec• 15•10

Tracy Hickman is a man?  But he spells his name the same way I do!

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  1. stormsdotter says:

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  22. You didn’t know that? Pretty cool dude. πŸ™‚

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  43. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

    • Tracy says:

      My husband disagrees πŸ˜‰

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Well, he can. But my mother explained why she picked the spelling she picked the spelling depsite, it being the male form. And EVERY male Tracy I know spells it TRACY. I think TRACEY is feminine looking…but that’s me. I think KELLY follows the same rules: Kelly is the male spelling, Kelley is the female. But hey, he may have some other tidbit of information. Etiology of names is always interesting.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

        • Tracy says:

          Yep.

          But, you’re right. I think I remember my mother telling me once that she spelled my name that way because she wanted to be different. I went to school with a tracey (female) and a tracy (male). But I’ve also met several girls named Tracy and a few who spelled it traci.

          When I worked for a paper once, I worked in the photography department with a guy named Kelly. We were both in the office one day when a reader came in and was introduced around. She looked at me and Kelly and said that she imagined us both to be different genders than what we were. That was the first time I ever realized that I had a name spelled like a boy.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

      • tracy_d74 says:

        Oh! Wait, you were saying your husband disagrees with us being men. Slow on the uptake.

    • Tracy says:

      My husband disagrees πŸ˜‰

    • Tracy says:

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  44. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  45. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  46. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  47. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  48. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  49. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  50. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  51. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  52. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  53. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  54. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  55. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  56. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  57. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  58. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  59. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  60. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  61. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  62. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚

  63. tracy_d74 says:

    The way we spell Tracy is the male spelling of it. Hate to break the news to you. We should be men. πŸ™‚