Discussion in 'Community' started by jp-30, Sep 19, 2012.
I like it! He can call himself "Max" for short if he must.
They don't call them little brats anymore!
Not enough anyway. Not in Wal Mart.
Next you'll be telling me no one's called Benedict anymore.
But how often do see kids with those names these days?
I actually know a couple of Arthurs...
There's something wrong with the Alerts. I got 4 alerts for the same quotation.
Anyway, Burt / Burton.
Cleo the Mermaide in H20 Just add water
I can see this name maybe being dropped later.
Heidi... besides Klume, how many do you know?
It was never used in the English speaking world to begin with, as far as I know, so that's not so strange.
I've actually met a fair number of Franks.
Yeah? Okay, then. I don't know why I just can't imagine a teenager or little kid named Frank...
Theodore. I can picture a Ted. I can't picture a Theodore.
I have a cousin named Heidi, actually.
For some reason I know a number of people named Heidi. All Californians.
Hmm must be regional. I have never met one or heard the name Heidi other than the old movie and the model. l lived in Los Angeles for several years and just never ran into anyone with that name. I like it though.
Now, Frank? Still popular enough in the NYC metro area these days.
I went to high school with a Heidi. And I named my cat Heidi, but who cares.
Any female name ending with "Mae" (or May[?]).
It seems to have been common in the early 1900's, but now it's just synonymous with old age.
Are they lower-back tatoos tribal-inspired or have they gone with the classic Chinese lettering?