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What kind of warped mentality must a parent have to inflict this name on a child? So dumb and so pretentious at the same time. It's a surname, so that's strike 1. It's a servile occupation, strike 2. It advertises your lack of culture and desperation to be thought of as some sort of elitist, strike 3.
stupid name slayer  4/30/2018
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Porter Wagoner (1927–2007), country music Hall of Fame inductee, known as Mr. Grand Ole Opry. He helped singer-songwriter Dolly Parton start her career.
Nifty_Name_Nerd  9/11/2017
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We say it por ter.
Kendrea  4/24/2016
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Although I do like this name, no way in hell would I ever name my kid this (a son obviously) Porter potty comes to mind.
― Anonymous User  5/18/2015
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I love the name Porter for a boy. It just sounds so sweet. I would probably name my own son Porter one day. It's one my most favorite boy names.
LoverOfNames  11/16/2014
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Cole Porter (1891-1964), famous American composer and songwriter.
― Anonymous User  9/2/2013
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I knew a girl and her husband who named their son Porter because the husband was a bartender and really liked beer. They called the boy their little beer. It's a travesty of a name; you might as well name his sisters Sherry and Brandy.
faye  1/24/2009
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It sounds hopelessly elitist and pretentious as a first name. I bet kids named Porter go to expensive, all-boy boarding schools.
slight night shiver  5/2/2008
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Porter is used for a young boy in the TV show Desperate Housewives.
― Anonymous User  3/11/2007
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I think that if you're going to name your son Porter expect him to be huge. This name just reminds me of some big linebacker or something.
― Anonymous User  7/25/2006
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Porter is also a name used to refer to a maker of wine and ale, particularly fortified wines such as sherry and port.
LRP  1/11/2005

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