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loobylu3 Thu 29-Oct-09 17:57:52

Underused and pretty or better suited to an animal?

KERALA1 Thu 29-Oct-09 19:16:41

Sorry but I just think of Harold Shipmans wife.

thisisyesterday Thu 29-Oct-09 19:17:58

i think it's fabulous! i had it on my list alll 3 times, but got 3 boys lol
it's pretty

LetThereBeRock Thu 29-Oct-09 19:19:04

Awful. It'd be fine for a cow but not a baby.

mrmump Thu 29-Oct-09 19:34:44

I like it, but I also have to say it in Fifi's accent!

liliputlady Thu 29-Oct-09 21:30:20

Pretty name, but I would worry child would not suit it - it's so girly. Also, she'd get nn Primmy which I'm not keen on. What about using it as a middle name to play safe?!

HerHonesty Thu 29-Oct-09 21:57:47

lovely. but then i have a buttercup so who am i to talk...

pointyhat Thu 29-Oct-09 22:00:09

better suited to the beasts

BunnyLebowski Thu 29-Oct-09 22:02:31

Where I'm from (Northern Ireland) it's a name only found on sturdy staunch protestant middle aged women with sensible shoes..........so not good I'm afraid!

After that it's fifi as mrmump says or one of the daughters in The Darling Buds of May (sadly not CZJ).

HerHonesty - you have a dd called Buttercup?! Wow! I have definitely not heard that one before!

TheMysticMasseuse Thu 29-Oct-09 22:03:54

why???? call her Rose, it's much classier

piscesmoon Thu 29-Oct-09 22:05:18

I think it is a cow's name.

HerHonesty Fri 30-Oct-09 17:28:31

bunny, as a middle name. we get very intersting reactions. some hate hate hate and laugh openly, and others just love it and say it is very charming. it has a special meaning to DH and I so i'm not really that bothered what people think!

MadBadAndWieldingAnAxe Fri 30-Oct-09 17:35:39

It's a charming name and I think the wife-of-a-serial-killer reaction is likely to be a pretty uncommon one.

Would it really be abbreviated to Primmy? Perhaps we live in a freakish neighbourhood, but round here all the children are known by their given names (which I find quite strange, having grown up in an era when every Jennifer was known as Jenny and every David was known as Dave).

MrsMotMot Fri 30-Oct-09 22:25:37

Shamelessly girly, I love it

lovemybabyboy Sat 31-Oct-09 12:05:39

I don't like it sorry.

Vivia Sat 31-Oct-09 12:21:06

Sorry I don't like it

LaDiDaDi Sat 31-Oct-09 12:22:33

I like it.

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