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    Jane Bloggs.
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    (Original post by Bella Occhi)
    Are you referencing the book? :awesome:
    There is a book?! :awesome:
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    Sarah, Jane, Emily, Chloe, Jessica, Sophie, Hannah

    Surnames: Most popular top 10 with approx numbers

    1. Smith 729 862
    2. Jones 578 261
    3. Taylor 458 268
    4. Williams 411 385
    5. Brown 380 443
    6. Davies 316 982
    7. Evans 231 844
    8. Wilson 227 652
    9. Thomas 220 228
    10. Roberts 219 694
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    (Original post by Mujeriego)
    There is a book?! :awesome:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milly-Molly-Mandy

    Only like the best book of my childhood ever. EVER. :banana:
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    Ellie.

    Why are there so many Ellies 0__o
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    Or you could just Google it and find out...
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    Xenophon, Xylina, Xaviera.
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    (Original post by CookieDoughLove)
    Aw, I wasn't aware my name was chavvy

    On the bright side, I do love my name.....Stacey :awesome:
    I don't think the name itself is! Just down to personal experience, I know at least 6 chavs in my neighbourhood with that name.
    You make your name, not the other way round I suppose
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    Katie, I know of six katies when I was in high school...Oh and Chloe, maybe lauren and laura.

    I didn't realise Gemma was common, I was the only Gemma in my year, after one left
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    (Original post by lolololol)
    I know one of those...


    So do I!
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    Rebecca and lauren seem to be common amongst my friends
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    Rebecca. There were at least 10 of us in my year at school. :|
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    Emma, Amy, Gemma (Jemma), Samantha, Claire, Stacey, Emily, Rebecca, Fiona (Fionna), Rachel (Rachael is even more common because all the mothers got the same idea that somehow it would be more special with an extra A), Laura, Charlotte, Ashleigh, Nicole
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    ****Do you international students have lot of British friends?
    It's totally negative. I always moved through diversified societies in my life. Here in UK when I moved my step to anyone(all English not all British) expecially the young boys and girls(14-34), they instantly avoided me. European don't like other race. English hates different coloures as they think their ancestors ruled the world and we should still be their subjects. [For Sex I have seen some women like Black race personalities(By born British) for a physical exceptionality but that is not general friendship] Other than white, International students should never come Europe mostly U.K. for higher education, should go to Canada, USA or Japan. With the name of diversity, UK is doing business; Her people hates different colour foreighner where they live on benefits; it's shame. 2-4% British can be different, I must respect them. But exception is not general.
    ******************************** ******Would a white girl date an Indian guy?
    No. White Girls think Indian guys regarding Sex as belows
    I have found White Girls(Europe Not USA) thinks about South East Asian
    1) They r dirty(Depends from person to person)
    2) Smell Onion(Depends from person to person)
    3) Not experience on sex(True)
    4) Religious(True)
    5) Don't want to marry white girls(True) [Because Indians want to marry their own country girls, so relation with white girls only for sex; My Comment: Very Disgusting-European White girls change boys as change clothes, And Indian people can't tolerate their partner is making sex with other. So they can't trust White girls, that is why sex is the only attraction to the wicked Indians(not everybody) find]. There are exception also. True love overcomes these, but with English Girls it is very rare.
    6) European mostly English white Girls think Indians were their subjects, so they are not eligible to have relation with them[100% True; VERY MUCH DISGUSTING]
    7) Skin Allergies and Prejudice(70-30%)
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    (Original post by Captain92)
    I know that in my secondary school about 20% of the girls had the middle name "Louise" (including me).
    Maybe it's as popular a first name as a middle? I unno.
    Louise is my middle name too (well one of them). :awesome:

    (Original post by CountDuckula)
    Laura, Rachel, Stacey (esp popular with chavs), Emma

    They're the most common ones I've come across anyway
    EDIT: The guy who posted above me.....:lolwut: !!

    (Original post by Mujeriego)
    There's only two types of names (and British girls) that I personally have come across.

    Rah:

    MillyMollyMandy
    Pippa
    Camelia


    Chav:
    Stacey
    Chelsea
    Jade


    I have no idea about surnames.
    Damn!

    (Original post by CookieDoughLove)
    Aw, I wasn't aware my name was chavvy

    On the bright side, I do love my name.....Stacey :awesome:
    Stacey is a cool name the chavs STOLE it!!!! :five:
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    Whore Faced ****. I hear it almost every night when I go out so it has to be quite common.
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    Claire..and Sarah is so so common I know too many Sarah's lol
 
 
 
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