Robbie or Ollie?

(41 Posts)
HDWallpapers Fri 21-Oct-16 20:31:20

Will be Robert or Oliver, but known by Robbie or Ollie.

Robbie or Ollie? smile

CannotEvenDeal Fri 21-Oct-16 20:32:35

I much prefer the full versions of both tbh

Ollie at a push though!

myfamily6 Fri 21-Oct-16 20:33:36

Ollie

Pluto30 Fri 21-Oct-16 21:35:57

Robert.

But I prefer the nickname Ollie.

Chinlo Fri 21-Oct-16 21:54:33

Prefer Robert to Oliver but prefer Ollie to Robbie.

FuckThatToOneSide Fri 21-Oct-16 22:28:29

Far prefer Robbie (and Robert).

Loyly Fri 21-Oct-16 22:29:42

Robbie

Vixxfacee Fri 21-Oct-16 22:30:57

Oliver

Sophronia Fri 21-Oct-16 22:36:00

Definitely Robert

mymilkshakes00 Fri 21-Oct-16 22:37:55

Ollie.

CakeRattleandRoll Sat 22-Oct-16 06:12:48

Robert/Robbie

Bananice Sat 22-Oct-16 06:14:32

I adore Robbie!

NavyandWhite Sat 22-Oct-16 08:13:32

Robert is lovely and is Bobby
Love Oliver and Ollie.
Can't abide Robbie.

Ollycat Sat 22-Oct-16 08:21:34

I have an Oliver - only ever called that when bad - he's an Ollie really (on school register as Ollie).

He loves the name (he's a teenager) - I love it also. Never regretted it!

Obv I'm biased but it would have to be Ollie.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Sat 22-Oct-16 08:22:13

Robert. Much less popular.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Sat 22-Oct-16 08:22:55

Really like Robbie too.

BertrandRussell Sat 22-Oct-16 08:26:40

Robert.

Rob is nice when he gets too old for Robbie, and there's no grown up shortening for Oliver. And there are a lot of Olivers about and not many Roberts.

NavyandWhite Sat 22-Oct-16 08:28:38

Robbie will always be associated with the gurning, pain in the arse RW.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Sat 22-Oct-16 08:36:20

RW is 40+ years older than the ops Robbie. It's irrelevant.

SorenaJ Sat 22-Oct-16 08:39:46

Robbie/Robert

NavyandWhite Sat 22-Oct-16 08:44:08

It's the first thing I think of when I hear the name.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Sat 22-Oct-16 08:48:18

It won't be the first thing this Robbies school friends and then work colleagues will think of. Doubt they will even have heard of him.

crookedhooker Sat 22-Oct-16 08:48:34

I have a Robert. Can be shortened and pet named but still a good solid name for when older. He calls himself Bobs at the moment though.

BadToTheBone Sat 22-Oct-16 08:48:48

Robert/ Robbie by a long way.

I also think the RW link is irrelevant, as his peers won't make that association, just old people, lol (and by that, I mean people over 25! lol)

user1476656305 Sat 22-Oct-16 08:53:06

Robert/Robbie/Rob

Ollie does sound wet in comparison tbh.

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