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I am very skeptic about the hypothesis that the first name messes up your life in Germany. Using first names is in Germany, still, reserved for people who know each other well friends, family members.
Given names are far too personal. This was a lesson that my German instructor drilled into our heads so that we would not seem impolite should we visit Germany. In south or north of Germany Ossi and Wessi was never a point of discussion.
Giwimu A quick note from Germany: I remember that a few years ago I read studies that people with lower income tend to give their children names from moviefigures, pop stars, etc. Names like Kevin are coming from there.
Michelle M I really wish parents would pay more attention to what kinds of problems their children will have if they are named strangely or if they have a name that is misspelled, either intentionally or accidentally.
As a teacher I have run across a litany of names that the parents had burdened their child with, thinking these were great names. Michelle M That is supposed to be a capital T at the beginning of the last sentence.
Stensland Erik Stensland I am currently living in Bavaria, and the use of surnames is not as common, equally so with the formal use of Sie in German when referring to a formal acquaintance.
Although, I must admit, I am not aware of a single person that has the name Kevin, or in fact any of the other mentioned names. It all comes down to where you live in Germany, it is only a fraction bigger than the US state of Oregon, but it has about 80, people residing in it, thus the cultural divides are strong, even when you are only talking about crossing from one side of Ulm to the other.
Ulm is split down the middle by a river, Bavaria on one side, Baden Wurttemberg on the other. I live in Munich.
I think it might be a phanomen mostly in east-Berlin? Sonething similar here in Japan. Our first names usually using Kanji Chinese characters have had meanings. Nowadays, especially among relatively uneducated social groups, there are many majority?
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So now that “American Idol” airs on a Disney property was this season actually scripted by Disney? Because, in a surprise twist, the finale of ABC’s “American Idol” Season 16 on Monday night turned into a fairy tale.
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