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(22 Posts)
Pineapples Tue 08-Sep-09 16:19:18

I like Tanner for a boy, what do you think?

PuppyMonkey Tue 08-Sep-09 16:20:06

Odd.

Littlefish Tue 08-Sep-09 16:20:37

It's a profession, not a name.

kidcreoleandthecoconuts Tue 08-Sep-09 16:20:46

Erm..no sorry don't like it. smile

hocuspontas Tue 08-Sep-09 16:21:11

I like Bob better, or Florin

blametheparents Tue 08-Sep-09 16:22:08

Not a good choice, imo

crumpet Tue 08-Sep-09 16:22:32

No

maggiemoon Tue 08-Sep-09 16:25:09

No. And i like unusual names.

pania Tue 08-Sep-09 16:26:15

No

LaurieFairyCake Tue 08-Sep-09 16:26:56

No, it's ludicrous

unless you have 'chosen' his profession already and then you would need professional help

FritesMenthe Tue 08-Sep-09 16:27:45

Isn't barbie's pooch called tanner? The one that poos?

RubyBlueberry Tue 08-Sep-09 16:28:08

Nope - name of a pub where I live.

seeker Tue 08-Sep-09 16:30:35

Why?

Ondine Tue 08-Sep-09 16:33:18

No, images of heaps of animal skins and the smell of brine spring to mind.

It's an occupation, not very nice for a name at all.

MamaVegas Tue 08-Sep-09 16:38:47

Elsie.

ObsidianBlackbirdMcNight Tue 08-Sep-09 16:41:02

It's a surname. I do not like surnames as first names.

bellissima Tue 08-Sep-09 18:03:31

Like Tyler - it's a surname or a name for a dog.

twirlymum Tue 08-Sep-09 18:12:24

Elsie just springs to mind. Sorry.

mrswoolf Tue 08-Sep-09 18:41:56

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

slowreadingprogress Tue 08-Sep-09 19:16:47

ugly, chavvy

Tamlin Tue 08-Sep-09 22:56:50

Curing animal skins with urine extracts? No. Read somewhere that tanners were rather shunned in the Middle Ages as they were always so whiffy - if you're going to go for an occupation surname, Mason or Carter probably has fewer unpleasant connotations.

nooka Wed 09-Sep-09 05:29:17

I know a Tanner, but where I live surnames (and particularly occupation ones for some reasons) are very popular as first names. I think it is a little odd.

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