There's also , one of the busier forums on Boards. I don't see how it would be a problem. Super big turnoff for me, I just can't get the image out of my head. Littlest Russ is now 13 and is still Littlest Russ. I know that I couldn't date someone who shared a name with my brother, but I've had a friend whose boyfriend and brother had the same name.
It means Dad can't call him by the wrong name and make it look believable. My parents' names are Michael and Michele. They have conversations involving my name but not about me. I blame people who give their kids fucked up spellings of the name, but I've never met a girl Aaron. I have zero desire to be with my ex, ever. She didn't take his name though but funny all the same.
I never knew my father mom didn't either, really , but I did know his name. I dated a guy in college with that name, it didn't seem like a very big deal. After all our two sons have her. And neither Aguecheek nor his brother-in-law tolerate diminutives, short forms or nicknames - so that option was out. It fizzled out shortly afterwards as to be honest it was just fcuking freaky us both have more or less the same name. Sarah was in 2014 and your name would.
Mentally, the name is only slightly connected to her. Well his sister has a common French name, and he has dated women with that name, but she had a nickname that he always called her anyway. Actually, he was Alexander Leigh, she is Alexandra Lee. Most people say they think of their parents as Mom and Dad. So they are both addressed by their full name.
Unless you're 30 and krause have three siblings. Like dating a Mike when I had a brother named Mike wouldn't be that bad, but dating an Xavier if that was my brother's name would be terrible. Or either grandfather Michael and Frank for that matter. It didn't seem strange because my brothers' names were something like number one and two on the list of most common boys names in the decade we were all born, so it seemed like half the guys we grew up with had those names. It was a bit weird at first, but I quickly got over it. I would like to speak to Mrs DirtyHippy. Brother 2 married a girl with the same name as our sister, only she spells it slightly differently.
My mom's given name is sort of out of style, but it's fairly well known even so. And Russ Corey is still Other Russ. See the same name now is it kinda icky. Aside from it being strange you know friends and family would ridicule you at every turn. Is this weird, and how can I stop caring what other people think? I shared a cubicle at work with a same-named guy, and he was way more of an ass than my bro ever was.
. Please report comments that you feel are in violation of these guidelines to keep discussions constructive. Especially since there was a break in time but no other relationships to speak of between them. There were some awkward conversations when people's eyes would widen in shock for a moment at one of her statements, then realize that she meant the Mike she was dating, not the brother we all knew. Later, can they play siblings has never secretly date someone with the military. My aunt went by a nickname, though.
I came up with a nickname for her, otherwise it would have been impossible. But on the other hand, Edward isn't a terribly common name for men in their mid-twenties to mid-thirties, so I don't think it'd be much of an issue for me. She accepts and then gives me her name, except it's the same exact fucking spelling of my sister's name. And, of course, they were no relation, but many people assumed they were father and son. I actually used to sort of have a thing with a guy with the same name as my soon-to-be brother-in-law although I met mine before he started dating my sister but now, I actually avoid guys with his name, which even to me feels irrational. Athena goes by his middle name, and my Dad goes by a name that isn't officially his at all.