Mike - Michelle, Andy - Andi, Chris - Christine, Nick - Nicki. Whats the point int that?
then you spell it Robyn and it becomes a girl's name. One of the few names left which works for both genders, I feel sorry for male Lindsays, Hilarys and Staceys etc.
i've never met another robyn (female). but i've worked in two different places with a robin (male).
i think robin for a man is way more common than robyn for a girl. can't write an email to a company without them responding to MR. robyn [surname]. really annoying.
go on, have a go.
There is no female equivalent of Benjamin?
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