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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Bboys View Post
    An I the only one thinking Max Danger as in "maximum danger"?

    It's a bit too "North West" for my liking.
    No I got that too, but it's the middle name and won't be used all the time, unlike the surname of baby North whom the media constantly call North West. If they had called her Kadence or whatever the media wouldn't be talking about Kadence West all the time because it is less hilarious.

    Besides that... the middle name is going to be Danger if a boy so trying to come up with any good first names I still get stuck on 1 syllable names as sounding the best with it.

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    I'd Use something very simple. John/ Jonathan, William.

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    I think Jax is cool, or Jackson.

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    I think Jett is a cool name...
    Mitchell Danger sounds ok - shorten to Mitch
    i agree with the 1 syllable first name - Mike, Brad, Matt, Will,
    I really like Lincoln as a first name too

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    thanks girls im looking up names on a forum

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    Flynn Danger .... Benjamin Danger ..... Scott danger ..... Sounds like a secret agent ! He will love you for it when he is 7!!

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    Max Danger really isn't a bad name.. At all. I actually quite like it. I think he'd like it as well growing up. He is a male after all haha I know a couple who named their son Northerly Danger.. I think that's a little OTT but not Max.

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    I asked DH and his reply was "sh1t yeah! That's an awesome name!" Hahah
    I think it really depends on yours and your partners personalities, style, scene etc.


 

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