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waitrose1985 Mon 22-Aug-16 00:24:40

Hi there, we love Bryson at the moment. Any thoughts on this name please? We like Bryson Cole! Thank you so much!

GeneralBobbit Mon 22-Aug-16 00:30:54

Like Bill Bryson?

I've never heard it used as a first name

GoldFishFingerz Mon 22-Aug-16 00:36:29

Makes me think Bison and Brian. What about Bryn

CodyKing Mon 22-Aug-16 01:13:06

Or Byron?

DramaAlpaca Mon 22-Aug-16 01:17:21

Bryson Cole sounds very American.

It's not my sort of name at all, but if you like it that's all that matters.

Olbersparadox Mon 22-Aug-16 09:33:53

I don't like it at all, not even Byron.
Cole, Bryson - Bryson feels more surname - like to me. I know Americans think it's nice to use surnames as first names.

I personally would just go with Cole. It's better.

Shrekkles Mon 22-Aug-16 10:38:06

Very American

LondonGirl83 Mon 22-Aug-16 15:35:50

I like Bryson. It sounds like a strong confident name.

Crispbutty Mon 22-Aug-16 15:36:22

Makes me think of a Hoover.

Banana99 Mon 22-Aug-16 15:41:27

^^ yes - Dyson!

Bear2014 Mon 22-Aug-16 15:43:47

Not keen I'm afraid. It's too 'surname-like' for my tastes. And it kind of sounds like 'Bison' too.

Byron is nicer but it's the name of a burger chain.

leoniethelioness Tue 23-Aug-16 09:36:04

I've only heard of it as a surname.

How about Bryce? I've met a couple of these

CancellyMcChequeface Tue 23-Aug-16 21:39:56

Bryson Cole sounds like the name of a company. Very surnamey.

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