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    headoverfeet is offline The truth will set you free, but first it will **** you off. -Gloria Steinem
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    Nope, sorry! John is nice though

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    All I can think of is

    "Buddy the Elf, what's your favourite colour?"

    In saying that, it's your child and if that's what you like then do it! I have some crazy names up my sleeve for mine which I'm not game enough to tell anyone!

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    I don't mind it. Reminds me of the American name Teddy.

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    Or Tucker.

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    No way.

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    If it's any help when we were choosing a name for our DS I had two criteria (and my hubby had his own third criteria). 1= I had to be able to imagine him running onto the field in a rugby league match and the commentators saying his name on TV. 2= I had to imagine parents walking into his office as the school principal, and him shaking their hand and introducing himself. If the name worked for both scenarios then it was a contender! My hubby wanted a family name, so we came up with Alexander Lawrence- my late father's name is Alan and my FIL's name is Lawrence. He can be called Alex or Xander as well. Boy names can be tricky as it has to work for a baby and a man!

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    i think of buddy from Cake boss, and he's awesome.

    what ethnicity are you? i know quite a few Italian 'Buddys'

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    Im pretty sure jaime Oliver named his son buddy?

    I call my DS Buddy all the time but it's not his name
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    I loathe it.

    It's not a name, it's a nickname. Or at least, that's the way it should be.


 

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