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    Default Kylie

    WDPT of the name Kylie?

    I was born in the early 1980s when they were quite a few little girl Kylies in my part of Australia.

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    Didn't you use this name nearly two years ago?

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    Getting fresh opinions on a name isn't a crime, and my old post was about Kylie paired with a specific middle name, not Kylie in general.

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    I would nowadays associate Kylie with Kylie Jenner & the whole Kardashian clan. I'd say there'll be a new onslaught of little girls named Kylie soon!

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    Reminds me on the 80s and best be left there!

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    I'm not a fan, sorry. I think it's dated (and not in a good way).

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    Kylie was my "fake name" growing up. It's what I would tell strangers or boys giving me unwanted attention. Because I always thought it was a cool name. I like it.

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    Sorry, a really dated name that should stay in its era.

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    Of course, what's dated is subjective. Cheryl is a totally made-up smush of Cherie and Beryl, that was most popular in 1950s and 1960s Australia. But there have been a few girls named Cheryl in later decades, either named after family members or because the mothers didn't care that it was tied to the baby boomer era.

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    I see no problem with Kylie! I mean people are using Alfred, Rupert, George, Elizabeth, Kate, Olive, Hazel... what's wrong with Kylie? It's actually not as old as the names I have mentioned.


 

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