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I feel like you'd start doing that even if you didn't before, just to get away from it. JamesJWS yea probably xD. Same here. My parents names are also very uncommon among people of the same age as me. If I ever dated someone with my parent's name, I would go with the nickname option as well. That sounded perverted.
Join Date Sep Posts 8, I agree! That would be way weird.
Just think you're in bed, you say their name Lucky for me, there are no hot guys with my dad's name! Same name as a sibling is very very interesting. Champ Bailey in 30 times thrown at, 10 interceptions, 10 receptions, 10 incompletions.
Originally Posted by KatieElway7. Originally Posted by OrangeBlueCrew. This sort of goes along with the idea of meeting the person before you meet the family, because it's not as good in reverse imo. Say I knew the brother or even the dad, and the gal looked like one of them, it just wasn't cool.
I had that experience a few times. You can't help thinking, oh my goodness, I'm going to give you a kiss and all I can think about is how much you look like your brother, or your dear old pop I liked the idea of meeting a female who had family that lived on another planet Originally Posted by jetrazor My mother in law's brother is named Dave.
Her sister then married a guy named Dave as well. Weird, but it happens. But you want to talk about weird in the supreme: I once dated a girl who had the same last name as me.
We sat down and went several generations back on our family trees to be sure that there was no relation, but we still took tons of crap for it, and occasionally we'd get asked if we were brother and sister!
Is it weird to date someone with the same name as your dad?
Originally Posted by Snapping Turtle. That is better than people think you are dating your brother!
Of course, she was Jessica and my sister's almost always Jess or Jessy. This is kind of strange for me because I'm a bastard.
I never knew my father mom didn't either, reallybut I did know his name. But even so I was with my SO for I honestly hadn't thought about it.
Apr 23, Dating Someone with the Same Name as Your Mom or Dad If I found a girl with the same name as my Mom I think Id have to give her a . Feb 21, I believe that the reason for the practice you ask about stems from the past need to "pass the name", or really an attempt at immortalizing someone. Keep in mind there was no internet when the practice started and a lot of folks were not literate. Just can't picture myself whispering it all sexy-like to someone. On the other hand I wouldn't have a problem dating someone with the same first name as my dad, because I don't call him by his first name so it barely even registers with me that that's his name.
Not a problem for me See my above post. Don't tell me that's weird. I did for years, and not only did he have the same name as my Dad but he looked like him and in many ways acted like him too. It was only odd at first, and later if my Mom referred to my Dad by his given name and I'd have to wonder who she was talking about. Dad's name was "Dad" in my mind of course! Now I'm dating a man whose ex-wife has my name.
I tease him that he's off the hook if he accidentally calls out the wrong name, but he assures me that he has us straight. I'm living with a guy with the same name as a horrible ex of mine. Now THAT was weird at first. Especially since there was a break in time but no other relationships to speak of between them. It took me a few months to get used to it and break the association with the name. Now, if he had my dad's name, that'd be cool, as long as he didn't ever want me to call him Daddy My dad has one of the most common names in America with several variants, so it wouldn't be a big deal at all.
For a while in high school, in fact, I had a crush on a guy who not only had the same name as my dad but also the same birthday. The first name?
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No problem, although it is a bit old-fashioned now. The last name?
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The surnames in my family are rather uncommon, on both sides. I have the same name as my fiancee's father. So far it doesn't seem to have bothered her.
My ex-wife had the same name as my mother. Including the middle name. So when we got married, she had the same name as my mother all the way.
My dad's name was Senguttuvan. His friends, all non south Indians, would call him His dear ones called him Sengu. He would introduce himself as Senn to associates to avoid the awkwardness around getting the name right. In my 31 years I haven'. Brother #2 married a girl with the same name as our sister, only she spells it slightly differently. Sister dated a guy with the same name as Brother #1. I once had a crush on a guy with the same name as Brother #3 but that never went anywhere. Brother #1, has a son who married a woman with the same name as his sister. My dad has one of the most common names in America with several variants, so it wouldn't be a big deal at all. For a while in high school, in fact, I had a crush on a guy who not only had the same name as my dad but also the same birthday.:) And I agree with the previous posters that dating someone with the same name as my brother would be.
Around the time my son was born, we were staying with my parents for a short while. He is a junior. A couple of days after he was born, my sister answered the phone.
I would like to speak to Mrs DirtyHippy. It would not bother me. I never called either of my parents by their names and don't think of them that way.
Mom is "Mom" not Karen. My father and my stepfather both have the same first name.
My father and stepfather use different nicknames, but the three "brothers" all use the same nickname. My father and brother have the same name, which is one of the most common male names in the US I usually see it on lists as 2.
I dated a guy in college with that name, it didn't seem like a very big deal. As other posters have said, in my mind my dad's name is "Dad" anyway. Perhaps if it's very common, you learn to deal with knowing a lot of different people with that name. I agree, dating someone with a sibling's name would be incredibly weird.
I probably would have dated someone with my father's name, since I don't have any negative feelings attached to the name. His name mostly used by the baby boomer generation, and I was only interested in Gen X guys around my own age, so it was unlikely that would actually happen. Aug 20, No i don't think that's weird. Jim is a common name. And since he has the same name as your dad maybe your dad will like him countryconnectionsqatar.com The only thing that's weird is dating someone old enough to be your dad, but who cares if they have the same name. And i'm sure you don't call your dad "jim". My mother's name was so unusual that I have never met another lady with it, and likely never will. My dad's name was very common and one of my sisters married someone with the same name. And no, I will not tell my mom's name because it is literally so unusual that people would be able to find my home address if they had it.
Luckily, it's not likely I'm gonna start dating girls and I only have a sister. Most people say they think of their parents as Mom and Dad.
That's what I call mine, but my family is around other people enough that I hear their names a lot, so I've got Mom and Mom's name associated with her and same for Dad. And, after only two or three days, I've gotten a lot more used to calling my guy by his name and not thinking of Dad. I may get almost completely comfortable with it, but I doubt I'll ever be screaming out his name in the bedroom.
Oh, there is one incredible benefit of him having the same name as my dad. It means Dad can't call him by the wrong name and make it look believable. Dad has always called my boyfriends by the wrong name. I dated one guy for three years and Dad never got the name right, but the second we broke up, Dad started calling him by the right name.
I once had a class with a girl with the same first AND last name as my mom and it's not a common name at all. Dating her would've been weird. I think I'd get rather tired of having to explain how we're not related all the time My mom's name is Cinderella.
Really, swear to God. She goes by Cindy but her name is Cinderella. Now the odds are pretty slim that I would date someone, well besides the fact that I'm a big loser at love, named Cinderella. My sister is married to a fellow with the same name as me.
Later on, my parents got divorced and my mother remarried a man with the same name as me. Then, my wife's sister got divorce and, get this, married a guy with the same name as me.
The name? It's David. Apparently, Daves are pretty good guys in general. I was still the first one in my family, though. I knew this couple in high school who had the same last names as eachother. It must have sucked having to always explain that they weren't related.
I could never date anyone with my dad's name, but mostly because I hate the guy. Ok, I'll make an allowance for Kevin McKidd.
That man is delicious. I'll just have to name him something else But, I do have an Uncle X. He's a slack-jawed yokel type. I was dating a woman who had the same name as one of my sisters - pretty common name, no problem at all - and the two personalities were completely opposite, proving that the name itself was no signifier.
Still, the relationship with that GF wasn't going anywhere, so For the last three years I've been dating a woman with the same name as my brother's ex-wife no, not his ex-wife. Again, no problem, just some amusement among the family. My brother and his ex have stayed on good terms. I have noted in my own mind that if I ever do meet a woman with the same name as my mother - used to be more common, but has gone out of style - I will have to check in for therapy.
My dad's name is Michael, but I don't think dating someone with that name would be a big deal.
Dating someone with same name as dad
My biggest crush in high school was on a guy named Michael, but there was no chance that I would have ever dated him, since he was gay. I could never date a Debbie, though. I have too many Mom issues. I dated a guy named Fred and that's my dad's name.