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Opinions on Cameron?

(19 Posts)
Plummies15 Thu 26-Jan-17 20:27:02

Thoughts???

TDmoocher Thu 26-Jan-17 20:27:55

I like it but David........

Justmuddlingalong Thu 26-Jan-17 20:29:13

Love it. I have a grown up one. No one has ever mentioned David Cameron IRL.

Sophronia Thu 26-Jan-17 21:35:52

Not keen

cholla Thu 26-Jan-17 22:02:39

Love love love! Would've had our own Cameron but have a close friend called Cameron unfortunately!

MikeUniformMike Thu 26-Jan-17 22:21:12

Hugely popular in Scotland. It will be Cam.

Pipilangstrumpf Thu 26-Jan-17 22:23:48

I like it.

GrumpySausage Thu 26-Jan-17 22:37:40

I have one, nearly 2.

Love it. Obviously. He tends to go by Cam. I don't know any others his age.

I'm thinking of calling my next DD May 😉

GrumpySausage Thu 26-Jan-17 22:38:43

And yes like a previous PP, apart from the week he was born (election week) no one has ever mentioned the politics link.

Cosmicglitterpug Thu 26-Jan-17 22:40:19

It's on of the few surnames/names I like. A good name.

Chunder Thu 26-Jan-17 23:02:51

I like it. I never even think of David Cameron when I hear it.

5OBalesofHay Thu 26-Jan-17 23:04:39

Have a 17 year old one. Still love it.

MrsBungle Thu 26-Jan-17 23:07:07

I have a Cameron - Cam. He's 4. Still love it.

Nospringflower Thu 26-Jan-17 23:11:12

Like it - but Scottish disclaimer!

Rainatnight Thu 26-Jan-17 23:13:48

I thought of David. Sorry...

declansyellowsocks Fri 27-Jan-17 08:36:20

Love it. As someone else said upthread, it's one of the few surname/first names that I really like (some of the other Scottish ones are nice too).

DH ruled it out for DS because of David, but most people don't seem to make the association - the next generation of schoolchildren will probably not think of David Cameron at all.

goldenrachita Fri 27-Jan-17 09:48:40

I'd consider it a surname and I don't personally like the use of surnames as names but that's just me. In terms of the sound of the name, it's pleasant and inoffensive. I think it works well if you are Scottish. I wouldn't make the association with the former PM and that will only fade over time anyway. He's not as memorable as, say Thatcher! ;)

BridgetDarcy Fri 27-Jan-17 10:40:05

Lovely.

likeacrow Fri 27-Jan-17 13:37:14

Instantly think of David Cameron.

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