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Wombat222 · 21/01/2023 19:16
I’m going in circles and returning here over and over again. I also sort of asked this a couple of months ago - sorry, didn’t quite get clarity.
Max Marshall - yes or no?
Feel free to give one word answers - I realise the alliteration is either loved or hated! I’m going to tot up the votes because I just cannot decide.
Wombat222 · 21/01/2023 20:03
MashedUpPotatoes · 21/01/2023 19:47
It’s perfect. I love alliteration, all the superheroes have them!
ds2 has an alliterative name with first, middle and surname all beginning with the same letter.
Yes tricky balance between cool and a bit too much! But it can work so well :)
JoyPeaceHealth · 21/01/2023 20:16
I like it. alliteration doesn't always work. Like with the letter F. fiona fowler eg, no.
Gwyneth Paltrow's son is Moses Martin and I think that sounds bad (i'm sure she's not reading) but Max Marshall sounds good. Sounds like Bruce Banner or Bill Bixby.
Wombat222 · 21/01/2023 21:12
nc345678 · 21/01/2023 21:01
Well in that case I think Max is your winning name- both are lovely names and you really can't go wrong with either of them! Both sound great- honestly!! Do it and don't look back!
Thanks! I’m just overly worrying about the Max Marshall, Lex Luther superhero vibes! 😂
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