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I think Topher is a great alternative to the common and waaaaay overused "Chris" as a child's nickname! Hey, all you have to do is think about it!
-- rubberduckiiz2  1/4/2006
I really don't like this. Neither as a full name nor as a nickname. Sorry, it makes me think of tofu. Chris may be overused but it's still way better than Topher.
-- JHK  2/10/2007
Chris is way too common, but at least it sounds better than Topher. Topher just makes me think of 'gopher,' sorry.
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2007
Topher Grace played Eric on "That '70s Show" and recently appeared in the movie "Spider-man 3" as Eddie Brock/Venom, the villain.
-- emc  7/8/2007
I think Topher is a gorgeous name for a boy, look how cute Topher Grace is! Topher reminds me of a sweet, gentle boy - with a quirky twist!
-- silverzlove18  1/4/2008
This is a cute nickname altenative for Christopher instead of Chris.
-- jasmineenimsaj  3/4/2008
Topher Brink (played by Fran Kranz) is the man who "programs" the Actives on the television show "Dollhouse".
-- FMRadio  4/13/2009
When I say the name it reminds me of tofu.
-- diamondberries  5/30/2009
Topher sounds perfectly goofy to me, but it is certainly an interesting nickname for Christopher - and the more I think about it, the more I like it.
-- EmilyOlive  7/12/2009
Of course, for those who do not like Topher, you can always shorten it to Toph. It's a real name.

I like it, it's different and not over-used. I have only heard of one person who's given name was Topher. Anyway, it's still a nice alternative. :)
-- _0TophasNails_1  7/13/2009
This name reminds me of the two words 'tofu' and 'gopher.' Topher is also an ugly name.
-- -Julia-  8/21/2009
I know a girl who has Tofer as her nickname because her last name is Christofer.
-- megi99  2/23/2011
Topher Brink (played by Fran Kranz) is an off-beat scientist in Joss Whedon's TV series Dollhouse (2009-2010).
-- KatarinaSu  1/20/2012
This name sounds too soft for a boy.
-- LittleC  12/15/2012
Reminds me of "tofurkey," a turkey-shaped tofu dish. Why not just use Chris? It's hardly overused anymore. Almost all the Chris's I know are well into their thirties/forties, with the youngest one being about 26.
-- Anonymous User  2/9/2013
This reminds me of tofu and gophers. Why not use the full name Christopher? Not many people go by it, which is such a shame as it's such a great name!
-- Oohvintage  2/24/2013

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