Imagine being a patient getting ready for an examination, birth, or whatever and in comes a Dr named..... Pretty awkward.We had a Dr Dick at the hospital, a gynecologist and deliverer of babies...
he named his daughter Ophelia..... true..
I wonder how she liked her name?
My son got named Luke.
Why? Warren is a cool name methinks. Some of these names parents give their kids nowadays, basically made up names, are gonna stick with those poor kids for a lifetime. One lady some years back wanted to name her daughter Placenta because she heard the word while in the delivery room. Can you imagine? The staff cautioned her against that for the child’s sake.I hate my name more than anyone could imagine
Yeah, when I was in high school, there were too many Charlies.When I worked at UPS in the very early 1970s, we had a night crew, of which 24 were men. And 11 and for a while 12 were named Dave/David. One of them might have been me, yeah. So they all went by last names or nicknames.
I think the guys named David envied their co-workers named Armand or Delfayeo. When someone envies a guy named Delfayeo, that's saying something.
Jupiter is a really cool name. Want to trade? Mike is so meh.I hated my name when I was a kid; to me it had a real "Poindexter" vibe. And I was named after my dad, so for years I was Little Jupiter.
It's sort of come around now and it seems alright to me.
It definitely helped when the "Little" part ended.
I've got a first name that's way too common, and thus of limited use.meh. My name's Craig, never liked it, but heck, everyone I meet calls me 'Greg' anyway!
Worse: I knew a Richard Junior. When he was a kid, his dad was always Big Dick and he was always Little Dick.How bout all the poor guys named Richard that get called Dick.