Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by timb2, Dec 5, 2021.
Mildred- every Mildred I met was old as can be.
A few from my family.
To this day I am still searching for the buttermilk donut that equals those made by my great Aunt Mildred.
Bonnie (still meet a lot but reminds me of the old west)
Abraham is very common in the Jewish community, while Benedict is more British, and Cornelius will be a very common Chimpanzee name is the distopian future.
I wonder if Americans stayed away from the name Benedict because of the famous traitor in the Revolutionary War. Sort of like calling your kid "Orenthal" in today's world.
Or Adolf. I imagine it did have quite an influence.
I was going to say Gertrude, but then I remembered a hot chick named Gertrude who worked at the bank. She was from Germany, so maybe it's common there?
We named our daughter Fiona which I think has an old timey ring to it.
Two were old fashioned until British royalty used them.
Mable and Bea
Oh, and Pearl.
Roscoe , my Dad's middle name. He hated that name.
Cecil and Lonnie
He had the buzz cut version of Mark Davis' hair do.
Clemet (Great uncle's name)