Dating someone with the same last name
Your browser may also contain add-ons that send automated requests to our search engine.If this is the case, we recommend disabling these add-ons.If you know you're not related to the person, I don't know why it would bother anybody. I have yet to actually date someone with it, but it would rather significantly reduce the potential dating pool if I eliminated them as a class.Well, for a start it gives everyone the opportunity to joke about how you're soooo going to marry him when you go on the first date, as I found out last week ;) I think it would bother me if a guy shared my maiden name, even if I knew logically he was no relation of mine and didn't show up on the family tree, it would still be likely that we shared a great-great-great-etc-grandad at some point in the past. *laughs*My answer is kind of the opposite of ryan's.While it’s very clear this project was total BS and had no psychological research behind it, we did have a point.Names can affect a person’s psyche and memories associated with names can become a burden on some.
The results were minimal but I did find a article that talked about the significance of a name.
My maiden name was extremely rare, dating someone with the same name would definitely be out of the question.
If my name was Jones or something, though, I'd be OK with it assuming we were sure we weren't closely related. I would just think it was kind of a neat coincidence, the same as if we had the same birthday.
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