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Thread: Otis or Angus?
September 5th, 2013 04:53 PM #11Senior Member
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September 5th, 2013 05:15 PM #13Senior Member
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I think I like Otis more because it makes me think of music while Angus feels harsher & more evocative of meat. It's a tough call, cause Angus is stronger sounding, a quality I usually go for. Otis could skew as cuter, but I don't think that means it won't age well. I do like Gus. Could you be interested in August, Augustus, ect?
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September 5th, 2013 06:12 PM #19
I prefer Angus. I just love the nn Gus (like that little mouse in Cinderella)! I'm not sure I'd personally be brave enough to use it because I worry about the teasing potential with "black Angus beef", but I still think it's a great name. It honestly probably isn't even a big deal.
Otis reminds me of the movie "Milo and Otis". They used to play that movie at the $1 theater every summer when I was little. Not a bad connotation by any means. Still, if I were going to use it myself, it'd probably be a pet name. I like Otto better for some reason, I guess it just strikes me as more "person-y".Mommy to...Maura Lucille
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