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oldboiler Mon 27-Jul-09 14:45:21

Any thoughts on this?
I am liking it for a boy but not sure if the face Kerry Katona has a son called this makes it seem 'chav'?

Also, are there many of them about?

Tortington Mon 27-Jul-09 14:46:26

reminds me of rhubarbs (ex) parrot

FranSanDisco Mon 27-Jul-09 14:49:39

I really like Max. Not many round here as surnames seem to be the in thing - Mason, Mitchell, Riley, Ryan, Taylor, Mackenzie - you get the idea grin.

Issy123 Mon 27-Jul-09 17:18:41

I have heard it a lot but I don't like it, it sounds like a dogs name to me.

englishpatient Mon 27-Jul-09 17:22:44

Two Maxes at DS's school.

claricebeansmum Mon 27-Jul-09 17:25:20

Used to know a Max.
Quite a handful so wouldn't be first choice...
I think quite common too.

maggievirgo Mon 27-Jul-09 17:25:48

Not chav. But it's been done to death

What about Bruce? Gus? Rex? Guy? Saul? Greg? Ross? Lots of names have the same snappy one syllable feel but are much more unusual.

Fwiw, KK did well with her names, Heidi and Max. Could have been Billy-Rae and Lookey or something similar

MamaLazarou Mon 27-Jul-09 17:27:23

I agree with maggievirgo. It's not 'chav' at all, but it's omnipresent.

jellybeans Mon 27-Jul-09 18:10:36

I really like it.

steaknife Mon 27-Jul-09 18:15:13

I know a lady whose son is called Maximo which I think is lovely.

chandellina Mon 27-Jul-09 22:22:54

i have a Max. It's common, but less common than Jack, Harry, Oliver and 20 or 30 other names that no one seems to worry about being too common. ;)

we went with Maxwell as the longer form, as it works well with our surname, Kerry Katona be damned. (DH doesn't even know who she is.)

it's a classic name (Max, I mean) and you really can't go wrong with it, IMO.

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