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Subject: Re: Max or a longer form nn Max?
Author: humblebee   (Authenticated as humblebee)
Date: September 29, 2012 at 2:43:51 PM
Reply to: Max or a longer form nn Max? by Lily
1. Max is fine on its own. I don't think anyone should force themselves to use an elaborated form if they don't love it.
2. Maxwell. It's the only Max- name, other than Max itself, that I like. I find it charming.
3. Max, since you don't like the longer forms.

I really dislike all the other longer Max- names you have listed. Just go with Max.

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