Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Jon Stark, Jan 15, 2015.
I certainly wouldn't like to have that name.
My buddy named his kid Delcan, too. I think it was the wife, though. You can't be tough if your name's Declan.
Jacks a classic cool name. Dont like Jackson much. Sounds alright but people will think its his last name too much.
If I had it to do over again, I would have named mine "Dutch Blain John Matrix Bennet"
His nickname would have been "Billy" though.
Actually, I changed my mind. Should have went with Wade Dalton. Then legally changed my last name to Garrett.
How hard is it to adopt?
A guy at work named his kid "thadeus eunice xxxx". I see a chronic wedgie problem in his future.
No worse than other names these days
Kid sounds like he'll be a pompous ass that fires off Aristotle quotes to people because superiority complex. At least he can go by Thad which isn't the most douche worthy name
congratulations. Welcome aboard Jagger.
I like more traditional names, but if he is a good person then who cares.
Well, my son is 18. When he was born:
The only person with a cell phone was Zack Morris
Video Games were 16 bit
People were starting to talk about DVDs
Going to an event meant stopping by for an instant camera
Instead of Youtube, we had to keep a tape in the VCR and record videos off of Headbangers Ball
We had to buy CDs at record stores
Gas was like 90 cents
Some people had PCs but not very many
IS your last name Meister.
What were the other potential choices?
For boys: Jasper, Gabriel, Ace, James, Jesse, Robert, Easton and Guy to name a few.
it feels to me like its a subconscious naming that starts with "J" after the Justwantedtosay moment.....
He's going to grow up to be a real jagg off I bet.
Separate names with a comma.