View Poll Results: what do you think of Philo

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  • i associate philo with pastry dough, and dislike the name

    51 46.79%
  • i associate philo with pastry dough, but i like the name

    10 9.17%
  • i don't associate philo with pastry dough, but i dislike the name

    32 29.36%
  • i don't associate philo with pastry dough and i like the name

    16 14.68%
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  1. #1
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    Mar 2013

    really want feedback on this

    I adore the name Philo lately. Its pronounced Fy-low, as in rhyming with Milo. The more i hear it, the more i love it. And I've always connected it to Philo Farnsworth, the inventor, who i sort of fangirl over (for lack of a better term).

    I keep getting comments on my other threads and about half the people are saying its too much like Phyllo, a pastry dough (which is actually pronounced Fee-low, according to everything I've found online, including several youtube recipe videos), and I've actually never heard of this Phyllo stuff, but a) I'm not really a baker, at least not pastry-type things, and b) i don't have cable so i rarely see commercials and c) i haven't seen it in stores. So I'm wondering how big of a deal it really is.

    So I guess my question is how much dies that actually matter? I'm including a poll so hopefully that works
    I hope to be a mom one day. For now I enjoy being a name lover.

    My apologies for any typos; i post from my mobile phone.

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