Waylon


  • reaolliemama
    Participant

    WDYT??? I haven’t even brought this one out the the Hubs, but it keeps popping up in my head!

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  • Myosotis
    Myosotis
    Participant

    I love that it’s unusual, but I do immediately think of Waylon Smithers from ‘The Simpsons’. Not a bad association, but probably something to consider, it’s still a nice name.


    reaolliemama
    Participant

    Thanks, I had not even thought of him. I think of Waylon Jennings…and my Daddy (in Heaven) Outlaw County’s #1 fan!


    stonelenn
    Participant

    There’s a lid who comes over to play around here and his name is Whalen I think I much prefer your spelling for sure!


    reaolliemama
    Participant

    Yeah, Whalen sounds like he may have a weight problem! LOL

    yellowwatts
    yellowwatts
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    There was a boy a year ahead of me in school named Waylon. He’s who I always think of when I see the name. I’m not really fond of it, sorry. I prefer something like Weston instead.


    reaolliemama
    Participant

    Weston is a pretty common surname around here and I’ve met quite a few of them that I’m not fond of, so I guess it’s all about the association of the name, huh! LOL

    TheWishingStar
    TheWishingStar
    Participant

    I don’t really like it at all, sorry. It seems too similar to “wail on” or “whale on” to me, so I think it sounds a little ridiculous… And I kind of can imagine it in some cheesy Old Western movie. I agree with yelliwwatts that I like something like Weston (or Wyatt? Watson?) a LOT more – I’ve honestly never seen Weston as a surname, though I have seen both Waylon and Whalen as surnames…

    TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    I agree with TheWishingStar.

    lcd1912
    lcd1912
    Participant

    I have to agree with thewishingstar as well :/ I’ve only seen/heard it as Whelan and usually as a last name

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