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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    I thought you would have suggested Koa, Stefan.

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    Not uncommon out here - koa means warrior and is a proud name.

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    How about Devin Marko...

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    'Hocho'? Nah...too Japanese. How about 'Lutefisk'?
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    For a while I liked Harald, but then a member by that name...well, you know what happened.

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    My buddy named his cute little boy "Leif," which sounds pretty Scandinavian to me.

    I want to know the name that got away...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    My buddy named his cute little boy "Leif," which sounds pretty Scandinavian to me.

    I want to know the name that got away...
    Oh, boy, you are asking me to let loose what I won't even share with my family -- though I do think I let it slip at the MSP knife gathering. But they were all too drunk to remember it

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    My wife's family is Norwegian and they have a running name of Gunner (Gunnar). Pretty cool name. It is a middle name for a Hans and a Broderick currently.

    Totally no recall of you divulging the name. Pressure is on Justin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckles View Post
    My wife's family is Norwegian and they have a running name of Gunner (Gunnar). Pretty cool name.
    That is so funny. I totally suggested Gunnar (with an 'a') to my wife and she shot it down without thought. I think it is a great name. I still like it.

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    I think Spike has the coolest name: Raymond Cornelius or the baddest guy I know , Sachem Son
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Oh, boy, you are asking me to let loose what I won't even share with my family...
    Well, I'm awfully curious, but I guess you'll tell me when you're ready.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckles View Post
    My wife's family is Norwegian and they have a running name of Gunner (Gunnar). Pretty cool name.
    +1

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