Dating a girl with the same name as your sister
Of course, as she is far too polite to ever admit such a thing, I’ll likely never know. I know that if the situation were reversed, I might feel that way. We've known each other 30 years, and I'll bet that's the total times we've addressed each other by our given names.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. 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.Oh, there is one incredible benefit of him having the same name as my dad. 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).
My father and stepfather use different nicknames, but the three "brothers" all use the same nickname.
I agree, dating someone with a sibling's name would be incredibly weird.
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. "I'm never gonna marry anyone with the same name as Uncle X! To be fair though, The Highwayman doesn't let me call him by the same diminuitive as Uncle X, so it's not quite the same.So, I've recently started seeing this really great guy. It's not a major issue.a minor thing that makes me go 'ick' sometimes, if I think about it. Could you be involved with someone who had the same name as a parent/guardian? In fact, if we slip and do it accidentally, we both get kinda creeped out. My son has been dating a girl with the same first name as my mother for 2 years now. I thought it was a little odd at first, but it's not really a big deal. Every conversation we have she asks "Is he still dating that girl? Athena and I have the exact same names as my parents (I'm named after my mother, Mr. Athena goes by his middle name, and my Dad goes by a name that isn't officially his at all.