21 thoughts on “Adios, David”

    1. I don’t know how they got their information, but it was just too fun for me to see and not share. So many Davids and then so many Jacobs. I grew up with a ton of Mikes and Marks. What about you?

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      1. I married a Mike and a David, dated a Scott and a Mark recently. Brothers were all R’s- Richard and Randy. Yes, the trends for girls carried out among my friends that turned 60 this year, 3 Jenny’s, one Sandy and 2 Susan’s. 🙂

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    1. It’s like the old Tom Petty song: “It’s good to be king…” Your name was king for like EVER. You ruled the roost. There was never a King Kerbey. You could have people pronounce it Dah-veed, though.

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      1. That’s true, but I would be glad to anoint a King Kerbey. That’s oddles of fun to say!

        The weird thing is that the last time David was super popular was in 1966 in Texas! My parents were a bit late to the David party…

        I don’t see a good reason to have people pronounce my name Dah-veed, except for funniness. So I think I’ll have to do it.

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