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We named our son Jagger...thoughts?

Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Jon Stark, Jan 15, 2015.

  1. Possum Jenkins Great Replacement Belt

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    Ehhh, Jagger still falls safely into the "Child of White Yuppie Couple" category. Anything ending in -er basically.

    Jagger, Hunter, Piper, Tanner, Conner, Skyler, Tyler.
     
  2. ThinkGreen Der Übermensch

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    Pfft, Tyler definitely doesn't fit with those other names.
     
  3. Luke Hand Cool Allez(oopsie)-Omi

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    not a bad name.

    My two sons are Odin and Viggo.
     
  4. Possum Jenkins Great Replacement Belt

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    It's the elder statesmen of those names because it's been around longer but it still fits, IMO. I see lots of little kids with it.

    Though the larger trend is to give kids traditional surnames as first names. Austin, Carter, Reagan.
     
  5. ThinkGreen Der Übermensch

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    For sure. It was a lot more popular in the 90's (with kids) than it is now though.
     
  6. Kalmah Snap Jitsu Belt

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    I don't want to say anything rude, but I don't like it.
     
  7. Nowhere Fast Chules' Emotional Hostage.

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    And they will grow up to rule the world because of it.
     
  8. mesomorph Brown Belt

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    Good thing TS didn't post a poll.
     
  9. chubbman Yellow Card Banned

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    Not gonna lie. Don't like it, but you do so fuck me and my Limey opinion
     
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  10. Jon Stark King in the North Platinum Member

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    That's ok. I asked for honest feedback. My wife and I like the name and that's all that matters. I thought it would be fun to bounce this name of the berry and see what the pulse of the forum was.
     
  11. Jon Stark King in the North Platinum Member

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    Not at all. We were considering Robert after my father or William as we have many family members with that name. We may go down the traditional route with the next boy. Our girl names were Annabelle, Ivy, aria and Natalie. Naming children is really fun.
     
  12. mushishi A is a, a is a, should I save her?

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    Does he have a big mouth? That's the initial thought from guys my generation.

    Your son's generation will probably have no idea what I'm talking about though.
     
  13. Matt M It is happening again....

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    I wouldn't say I like it as such, but it's definitely not as bad as some of the 'unusual' names people call kids.

    If people really want to give their kid a unique name, I don't know why they don't use Adolf because that's really died out.
     
  14. JBSchroeds RIP Kentaro Miura

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    Jagger, as in Mick Jagger? Not a name I'd ever choose, but there's worse out there.
     
  15. marioh Red Belt

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    a woman i used to work with named her baby son Jagger.
     
  16. Krav McGraw Banned Banned

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    I know guys who call weed "Jag". "Wanna go huff some jag?"
     
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    Poor kid
     
  18. deise69 Brown Belt

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  19. iThrillhouse Silver Belt

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    at first I was like that's stupid...seconds later I was like you have like a bevvy of nicknames he can go by that are either A. awesome or B. hilarious

    Jag
    Jaggermeister
    Jagoff
    Yagster
    jaggerbomb
    dagger

    and if he never shuts up you can call him Jaggermouth, or daggermouth and if you have other children you can name one Boom-Boom
     
  20. Kanster Guest

    Move like Mick Yagger, yeah?
     

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