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    Default Need help to go with middle name

    Don't crucify please just help.

    Df wants if a boy the middle name 'danger' it's been decided when we conceived our dd as I chose her middle name now we our pregnant again.

    I love the name max but that just sounds OTT to me 😳

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    I rather like the name Max Danger! I know a Seth Danger, I don't mind that combination either. Or something like Jack or Jake? Or Leigh?

    You could always use Maxwell or similar, which could be shortened to Max?

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    It's a bit ott for me (reminds Me of a Character from a bad Jackie Chan movie). Surely when making deals about which parent chooses what name.... The other parent retains the right to 'veto' any ridiculous names?

    Btw I love Max by itself (or with a normal middle name).

    Good luck.
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    Haha my brother wants to name his son to be danger as the middle name. Why not? When he is a teen he will love it. And in his 20's even better haha

    I like it. I like max too..

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    His grandfather is Jack so I might add that to the list!

    It's our personality so doesn't really fuss me


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    Eep I had to settle on Ross as a middle name for DS. DH wanted it as a first so I compromise and made it middle. I personally couldn't do danger as a middle name but that's me. But also I think max would suit well with it

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    Oh dear. Not Max.
    I don't have any suggestions, sorry, but I have to say I agree that Max Danger sounds ridiculous.

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    Hmm. It's a tough one. If you really love the name Max just go with it. Isn't there some children's (boy) book character Zac Power? It kind of reminds me of that...
    I think with a middle name like Danger you need a fairly simple 1 syllable name to pull it off without sounding OTT.
    e.g
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    Rob
    Will
    Max

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    An I the only one thinking Max Danger as in "maximum danger"?

    It's a bit too "North West" for my liking.

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    My son is Max, there are like a bajillion Max's at the moment its the new generation Matthew.... that would be the only thing that would turn me off. Max Danger is awesome.

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