The name London for a boy...

(58 Posts)
vivizone Thu 10-Jan-13 12:51:38

any thoughts on it?

The person who is thinking about it when her son is born has a 16yr old daughter named Brooklyn.

I personally think it's too much (she doesn't mind me posting on here) any other suggestions you may have?

My friend is quite Unconventional.

EuroShagmore Thu 10-Jan-13 16:52:01

Scunthorpe?

BiteTheTopsOffIcedGems Thu 10-Jan-13 16:52:21

*name.

vivizone Thu 10-Jan-13 17:01:29

Thanks all.

For the person who said she is copying the Beckham - that's not strictly true. Her daughter is 16 yrs, the Beckham boy is about 13 years old.

She is stuck on London or Ed. As of now.

Pancakeflipper Thu 10-Jan-13 17:23:57

Ed ? As is in Ed for Edinburgh?

yousankmybattleship Thu 10-Jan-13 17:27:49

Some great suggestions on here already. I'm loving Grimsby and Leamington.

How about Hull?

fluffiphlox Thu 10-Jan-13 17:29:15

Ed as in Edmonton, I presume.

delilah88 Thu 10-Jan-13 17:31:10

lol

noddyholder Thu 10-Jan-13 17:31:10

Could be cool if you are otherwise chav tastic. There was a musician in the 80s called Derry can't remember the band.

delilah88 Thu 10-Jan-13 17:34:44

Kew. Now that's actually quite nice!

Mimms, after South Mimms service station?

MerylStrop Thu 10-Jan-13 17:35:50

He will shorten it to "Don" like a 65 year old bloke

Her daughter will abbreviate hers to Lyn

Both will crave lives of quiet conventionality

(I know a baby boy called Derry. People say "Terry??? like Terry Wogan?")

Pancakeflipper Thu 10-Jan-13 17:35:59

Kew is cool.... Liking that. Unless their surname is Garden.

delilah88 Thu 10-Jan-13 17:37:12

yes -- and if so she should push the boat out and go for Doncaster!

expatinscotland Thu 10-Jan-13 17:37:38

Your friend is not unconventional. She is stoopid.

noddyholder Thu 10-Jan-13 17:38:27

My sisters cat called putney

deleted203 Thu 10-Jan-13 17:38:43

Scunthorpe? Cunt for short......blush

Pancakeflipper Thu 10-Jan-13 17:38:48

Once saw a sign to a little hamlet called WindyHorse Pump.

LaCiccolina Thu 10-Jan-13 17:39:37

With others, hardly unconventional. Boringly conventional sleb like.

Pancakeflipper Thu 10-Jan-13 17:40:15

And my BIL loves the name of the village called Twathats.

LaCiccolina Thu 10-Jan-13 17:40:54

Ed??? Better than first but not hinting at this magic personality she's got?

yousankmybattleship Thu 10-Jan-13 17:44:15

Twathat? Genius. Your friend <has> to use that!

Gintonic Thu 10-Jan-13 17:44:50

Agree it ought to be a part of London, how's about hoxton, dalston or Brixton?

ComeAlongPond Thu 10-Jan-13 17:45:46
Pancakeflipper Thu 10-Jan-13 17:46:53

Or the village of Wetwang.
Remember Richard Whitely of Countdown fame? He was mayor there.
<has now emptied head of useless tosh>

rhondajean Thu 10-Jan-13 17:50:41

Derry was from emf and it was short for Derek, which isn't quite such a rock and roll name.

He may have been the one who could fit an entire lemon inside his foreskin.

iseenodust Thu 10-Jan-13 17:50:53

Wetwang still has a famous mayor - it's Paul the BBC weatherman. <head full of useless guff>

I think Wetwang would be nn wellywang.

Of London I prefer Bloomsbury.

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