What is your immediate reaction...

(60 Posts)
CheerfulYank Sun 20-Jul-14 18:29:31

If I ask you which name to prefer, Susannah, Suzanne, or Suzette?

CheerfulYank Sun 20-Jul-14 18:29:56

*you prefer

Susannah

MamaPain Sun 20-Jul-14 18:31:23

Susannah.

Suzanne is very dated, all a bit M&S knickers and WI for me.

Suzette, as in crepes suzette?

PenelopePitstops Sun 20-Jul-14 18:31:51

Susannah

ApocalypseNowt Sun 20-Jul-14 18:32:18

Susannah

Bowlersarm Sun 20-Jul-14 18:33:13

Susannah

CheerfulYank Sun 20-Jul-14 18:33:18

It would be a middle name for a as yet unconceived DD. Mother in law is Suzanne and I'd like to use a Sue name in honor. smile

CheerfulYank Sun 20-Jul-14 18:33:51

Susannah is my personal choice too.

Summerholsfun Sun 20-Jul-14 18:35:25

Susie, not a fan of any of the above.

BobPatandIgglePiggle Sun 20-Jul-14 18:35:55

Susannah but only with a short first name really. How about just Sue or susie?

MilkandCereal Sun 20-Jul-14 18:36:52

Suzanne. I can't get that song out of my head when I read/hear Susannah.

Saltedcaramel2014 Sun 20-Jul-14 18:38:41

Susannah is pretty. Crepe suzette

suze28 Sun 20-Jul-14 18:40:44

Susannah definitely. My RL name is Suzanne and I always wanted to be Susannah, I still wish it was now. My name gets shortened to Suze or Suzie but never Sue.
I had no idea my name had M&S knickers and WI connotations!shock

almapudden Sun 20-Jul-14 18:41:36

Susannah

myusernameis Sun 20-Jul-14 18:42:11

Suzanne for me.

scaevola Sun 20-Jul-14 18:42:34

Susannah

ThinkIveBeenHacked Sun 20-Jul-14 18:42:52

Id use Suzie for all three of them and never the longer version as I much prefer Suzie to any of them. So Suzie would go on the BC.

lornemalvo Sun 20-Jul-14 18:43:25

Susannah is pretty

DoItTooJulia Sun 20-Jul-14 18:44:51

Lone voice with Suzette! I love it!

TheFirmament Sun 20-Jul-14 18:48:02

Don't really like any of them, as all the "Sue" names make me think of frumpy middle-aged ladies who help out at the church. But if I had to, Suzette has a bit of personality even if it is the name of a pudding. "Suze" or Suzie would be OK too.

TheFirmament Sun 20-Jul-14 18:48:57

Actually I think I also prefer Suzette as it reminds me of a very cool Paulette I once knew. How about Paulette?

FixItUpChappie Sun 20-Jul-14 18:50:24

Suzanne

AllMimsyWereTheBorogoves Sun 20-Jul-14 18:52:10

Susannah. You could also spend it Susanna.

Re 'frumpy middle-aged ladies' - (a) what's so awful about being frumpy? and (b) not all middle-aged women are frumpy!

Susannah - lovely.

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