Bad luck on my part, but in my whole life I've never met an Ian who I've liked...
I voted Hislop because of his razor sharp sarcasm and wit, but he's got a face which looks as smackable as a piñata full of fifty pound notes.
I'm an Ian, and I have to say I've always hated my name. It's always struck me as an old man's name and even now in my 40's I'm still considering changing it. I hate my surname too so I'll be taking Mrs Gabba-to-be's surname when we tie the knot.
Ian is a very rare name now for anyone under 40. When I was born in the late 60s it was in the top ten of the most common birth names in the UK. I had two others in my class at senior school.
In 2017 no baby was given that name.
Strange how names fluctuate so much.
To be fair I had a hard time with Ian's growing up. I was the younger brother of an Ian and his 2 best friends at school were Ian and Iain (the 3 amigos), used to beat the crap out of me
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