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Is George 'Posh'

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TravellingToad Sat 13-Jun-15 21:02:52

DH refuses to consider George because it's "posh"

We already have Henry & James, to put this in context.

Is George posh (or posher than H&J?) all...vote... NOW!

(thank you)

WorldsBiggestGrotbag Sat 13-Jun-15 21:04:40

No posher than Henry or James! They're all the same level of poshness IMO smile. All lovely names.

Magicalmrmistofeles Sat 13-Jun-15 21:05:15

Nope,very not posh.

grabaspoon Sat 13-Jun-15 21:05:26

I think Henry is quite posh but all 3 names definitely work together.

tryingtocatchthewind Sat 13-Jun-15 21:08:02

Looking at the recent Georges I would have said quite the opposite

tryingtocatchthewind Sat 13-Jun-15 21:08:37

#i know

hawkmcqueen Sat 13-Jun-15 21:09:12

I see Henry as posh but James and George as transcending class barriers!

tsonlyme Sat 13-Jun-15 21:09:35

It's blmmin' royal. How posh were you hoping to go?

TravellingToad Sat 13-Jun-15 21:18:43

tsonlyme well I like traditional names, but DH wants a traditional name that isn't 'posh' and he feels that george is posh...

mrschatty Sat 13-Jun-15 21:22:45

Traditional and 3 lovely boys names. I have a nephew who is George my sil is definitely not posh! Just 'normal modern'

crapfatbanana Sat 13-Jun-15 21:24:59

Henry, James and George are all Royal names.

What about Darren? grin

ShatnersBassoon Sat 13-Jun-15 21:28:50

No, it's one of those names that gives nothing away about the person. George could be anything from a pot washer to a High Court judge.

ShadowFire Sat 13-Jun-15 21:32:27

Not posh.

I'd say it's traditional and classless. A George would be a normal and unremarkable name for a baby from any and all levels of society. It fits very well with Henry and James.

miffybun73 Sat 13-Jun-15 21:38:01

I see Henry as much "posher" than George or James.

morethanpotatoprints Sat 13-Jun-15 21:41:35

To put into context we wouldn't have chosen Henry or james as too posh for us or so we thought.
However we did consider George but in the end opted for another name as georgie Porgie rhyme was not what we wanted to hear coming from th playground.
I think it's a lovely name but we weren't brave enough sad

PenguinsandtheTantrumofDoom Sat 13-Jun-15 21:42:39

George is way less posh than Henry!!

morethanpotatoprints Sat 13-Jun-15 21:43:22

harry, Thomas william Edward Theodore are all traditional names.

findingherfeet Sat 13-Jun-15 21:44:24

Henry is a posh name IMO. All nice names, George is fab.

Cloggal Sat 13-Jun-15 21:46:10

Henry is posh. George and James are classless.

DampAndRotten Sat 13-Jun-15 21:48:14

In order of poshness I'd say

Henry
George
James

VivaLeBeaver Sat 13-Jun-15 21:49:08

i think its a normal name. My builder is called George and I never thought ooh, he has a posh name. Not that builders can't be posh, I'm sure they can, mine isn't!

It's not like Tarquin or Montgommery.....Id say they're posher than George.

NoArmaniNoPunani Sat 13-Jun-15 21:50:56

The three together are a bit Thomas the tank engine.

TravellingToad Sat 13-Jun-15 22:22:07

Noarmani is George in Thomas the tank engine?? Never seen it or read the books.

NoArmaniNoPunani Sat 13-Jun-15 22:28:03

Yeah he's the steamroller

cece Sat 13-Jun-15 22:28:56

Yes all 3 are Thomas the Tank Engine names but they do go very well together. I agree Henry is posh. George and James both classless.

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