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Animation director Tex Avery has this name. He started the zany screwball animation in the 30s/40s. He created Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny, Droopy Dog, Blitz Wolf and Red Hot Riding Hood. Popular episodes: I Love to Singa (Warner Bros) and Red Hot Riding Hood (MGM).
― Anonymous User  11/4/2006
I don't think Tex has to be such a masculine name. It's my nickname-because of my middle name (Texanna), and I've grown fond of it. I now sign my papers as Katie "Tex".
― Anonymous User  4/3/2008
This sounds like the name of dimwitted rednecks.
slight night shiver  5/9/2008
Used by S.E. Hinton for her book Tex.
― Anonymous User  10/29/2008
Tex Ritter (he was no dumb redneck). That guy had a great voice, and he was an awesome actor.
welovejamesarness  11/14/2008
This name is totally ridiculous. It would sound pathetic in Texas, and just plain weird anywhere else. Tex sounds rather like the name of a dog or a redneck.
bananarama  2/27/2010
I know a girl I met at a summer French immersion program named Madeline whom everyone called Texas or Tex, because that's where she she lives. I still think it's a bit weird though.
Fray  9/27/2010

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