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Do you know anyone under the age of 30 called Susan?
although Dave's under 30 are in short supply
Or a little baby girl named Sharon
susan: have only met a susan around the same age as myself once I think.
Important thread, there should be more awareness of this sort of thing.
then I realised that I know/knew someone called Susie who is in her 30s.
you can't fool nature
She wasn't over 30 when she started, not sure now. She's weird.
lifelong snowboarding instructor to the ludicrously wealthy. not really of the stereotype.
Anyone know any Keiths under 40?
He'd be under 40, don't know where he'd be though.
KEITH is most definitely under 40.
Guess that doesn't count. Actually it's Danger
No Susans. No. Though Sue's an alright name for a young person. I've just decided.
who wears combat trousers?
1 x Graeme @ 35
And they both used to date each other.
Mavis? St John?
Got a Graham, approx age 26.
Got a Keith, approx age 32.
Went to school with a Susan, but not spoken to her in years, she would be 27-28.
Scotland is riddled with Grahams/Graemes. Add in Davids and Stuarts/Stewarts and that's probably 94.3% of the male population.
are Jock or Hamish?
Yeah, forgot William/Willie. And Alistair/Alasdair/Alastair.
I can also think of a lot fo susans in their 30s.
Not many children that I know are being named either of those names though. FASHION.
My friend named her baby boy 'Fox' the other day. I think it's the best name ever and can't believe I never thought of it. I CANNOT WAIT TO MEET HIM.
like Panther, Rhino or Gnu.
if so that's a better choice than Michael
Obviously I'm not saying it here, but it is a surname which goes amazingly well <3
No Graemes mind.
She'd be in her early 30s now.
She went by Sue at school, prefers Susie these days.
she's bit of a Deirdre though.
Met a Norman my age, but no Grahams.
they've probably got a couple of divisions of Donalds and Normans.
Not sure about the Normans though.
Disguised as Norries.
Had/have a Norrie at my last and present job. Both over 40 though to be tbf.
no need for Scots to reply in this thread anymore.
"not long now until we have lollipop men called Jayden."
It made me think.
One might be a Jaden
there was a website I dug out which showed different kinds of names, one of which is a fad name where you can see a huge peak in certain names. They seem really cool at the time, but then they fade. How many Clive, Derek, Keith, Adrian, Nigels etc do you see these days? They are all Uncle names. We will get Uncle Riley and Auntie Maesie-Mae in 40 years' time, hard to imagine though.
means that one day they will be old men names, then they will have a rennaisance and they will be cool baby names again.
I was in school with loads of Darrens, they were around the same time as Jason. Probably hit a peak early to mid 80s? A few may have sneaked in the 70s who could be old enough to be a lollipop man?
Imagine that, a lollipop man called Daz.
He was 4 I guess.
Do you know any Stan's that are between 6 and 50 years of age?
cant remember if he has a new username tho
he has the world record
I don't think I know anyone called Susan.
You're such a twat sometimes Balonz
but you called Balonz a twat so you get a ^ This.
I'm Keith (32)
My brother is Graeme (31)
I know several Susans/ Suzannes most of whom are definitely early thirties. I have students called Graham/ Graeme who are late teens. I think all of these are a result of living in Scotland.