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    I have never been a fan of Wyatt but it seems to be popular where I live.

    As for people needing to grow up. Why cant someone say they don't like a name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    Is it gordon, Trevor or john
    It doesnt matter if its Gordon, Trevor or John, people are allowed to not like a name.

    Both of my girls have names that are in the top 10 and have been for a few years now and people on here are always saying things like "nope, too common" "I dont want my kids to be one of 4 with that name at school". It doesnt matter what the name is, someone is always going to have an opinion, sometimes good, sometimes bad.

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    I'm not really the sort of person that cares what you name your kid as long as it's a name. Not a brand or random word that ends up being one of those times you mutter under your breath 'poor kid, what were his parents thinking'. I don't care how you spell it until you add unnecessary double letters. It's just ridiculous and kind of cruel. I don't care if it's modern or traditional. Just as long as it was intended as a name for a human being.

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    I would have given my now non existent son a name that EVERYONE hated. Wolfgang. I still love it, but my baby was a girl, so I guess everyone was spared the hideousness of that name.
    I am Soooo gunna get a Wolfhound and call him Wolfgang someday lol. Still love thr name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LotusMum View Post
    I would have given my now non existent son a name that EVERYONE hated. Wolfgang. I still love it, but my baby was a girl, so I guess everyone was spared the hideousness of that name.
    I am Soooo gunna get a Wolfhound and call him Wolfgang someday lol. Still love thr name.

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    I love Wolfgang too, but DH said no

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillynix View Post
    I love Wolfgang too, but DH said no
    Sorry but I'm voting with your DH on that one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Sorry but I'm voting with your DH on that one!
    That's okay, I have a feeling you'd hate 2 out of the 4 of my children's names

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    Quote Originally Posted by LotusMum View Post
    I would have given my now non existent son a name that EVERYONE hated. Wolfgang. I still love it, but my baby was a girl, so I guess everyone was spared the hideousness of that name.
    I am Soooo gunna get a Wolfhound and call him Wolfgang someday lol. Still love thr name.

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    You know what... I gonna go out on a limb and say that I actually really love this name!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LotusMum View Post
    I would have given my now non existent son a name that EVERYONE hated. Wolfgang. I still love it, but my baby was a girl, so I guess everyone was spared the hideousness of that name.
    I am Soooo gunna get a Wolfhound and call him Wolfgang someday lol. Still love thr name.

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    If baby belly was a boy he was to be Wolfgang, Ludwig, Rudolph, Magnus, Boris, Marius or Fox with the middle name of Gustav.

    The only thing that puts me off wolfgang is that traditionally the shortened version is Adolph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    This thread is going to end badly.
    I agree...

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