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#59- it's okay, if you plan on getting married, you'll have your husband's last name :) therefore, you won't have the same name as your future step mom :)

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It's not just you. On the other hand, if you meet someone who's absolutely lovely and worth dating, you might be oki with it just so you can be with them. You can't always help who you fall for, but nicknames are generally a good solution.

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My partner and my cousin both have the same name and I have never thought it weird nor has it ever bothered me. Don't know how comfortable I would be if it were my brother he shared his name with though....

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My sister in law and I have the same name. First and last now that I am married to her brother. It's a little weird sometimes. She was working at the hospital I was going to while I was pregnant so her co-workers thought she was hiding it from them as they were seeing my (our) name on all the blood work they were processing.

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Ooooh sugar tits, yes! Are we making nicknames for OP or her boyfriend? I feel like a guy might get offended by being called Sugar Tits.

I used to date a guy with the same name as my dad. Most people call my dad Steve though when I only called my boyfriend Stephen so even that slight difference made it better/less awkward.

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I know what you mean, my gf and mother have the same name, but are from different countries so pronounced a little differently, thankfully ^^

By  23lf

You might wanna start calling your boyfriend baby, cutie, or some other nickname, or just don't say his name during sex.

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