Wdyt of the name [name_m]Chester[/name_m]? I’m simply not sure about this name, and have no association with it, but I like the sound.

Ehh, reminds me of the name of an old scammer guy for some reason. I don’t know, I personally don’t honk it should be anyone’s name anymore. And [name_m]Chester[/name_m] the Cheetah from the Cheetos commercials.

The only good thing about is is the nicknames ches and Cheshire.

If there was a creepy guy in town, ppl would refer to him as [name_m]Chester[/name_m] [name_m]Chester[/name_m] Child Molester, so it’s on my permanent veto list.

[name_m]Chester[/name_m] is a wonderful name! Historic, comforting sounding, cute.

I love [name_m]Chet[/name_m], [name_m]Chess[/name_m], [name_m]Cheston[/name_m], [name_f]Chessley[/name_f], and even at home, Chesterfield as a nn.

I have the same association as @primbutcher for [name_m]Chester[/name_m].

I like it, but I have family who live in [name_m]Chester[/name_m] (the English city) so it would be weird for me to use it!

I prefer the similar-sounding [name_m]Kester[/name_m].

I really like it, it’s very cool.

It’s definitely getting some revived attention in the UK, I think its coming back into fashion

I think it’s horrid, honestly. I love late 19th and early 20th century names, but I don’t get the appeal of this one.