Bonnie.....do you like it?

(59 Posts)
sammie74 Tue 05-Feb-13 15:42:13

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TenthMuse Wed 06-Feb-13 10:50:04

Not a fan I'm afraid. Sounds too cutesy for me, and I struggle to picture it on an adult. Just doesn't feel 'substantial' enough. Plus I can't help thinking of the Blue Peter dog!

sparkle12mar08 Wed 06-Feb-13 11:37:45

It's okay. Won't date anywhere near as badly as all the other cutesy -ee -ie sounding names. But it's very 70's to me and conjures up images of Bonnie Langford and Violet Bott.

SavoyCabbage Wed 06-Feb-13 11:47:15

The Bonnie I know couldn't be less cute. She is head of dd's year and is a fantastic and inspirational teacher. She is strong, confident and independent and a kooky dresser.

hellokitty123 Wed 06-Feb-13 11:50:18

All the currently trendy cutesy names - Poppy, Daisy, Milly, Mollie, Ellie, Bonnie - are going to fall out of fashion as people tire of them. They may, as a result, sound very dated to the 2010s!

I quite like Bonita though.

ouryve Wed 06-Feb-13 11:50:59

I used to have a cat called Bonnie.

Sashapineapple Thu 07-Feb-13 08:49:53

I'm not keen, it does seem a canine name to me, sorry.

ripsishere Thu 07-Feb-13 09:06:41

No, not for me.

Bue Thu 07-Feb-13 11:49:33

I'm sorry, I've always hated this name. It doesn't sound like a proper name, it's silly and lightweight. Also, anything that Scarlett O'Hara would name her child is a bad name IMO.

sammie74 Thu 07-Feb-13 12:11:18

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