narddude wrote:Why don't you try giving him a Shakespearean-like name? Lysander, Mercutio, Benvolio, Tybalt ... um ... that's really all I can think of right now (you could always use Romeo ^^;).
How about Leon? He's some pretty boy on one of my mom's C-Pop CDs that she always listens to you (for those who don't know what C-Pop is, it stands for Canto-Pop).
Erm .... what else ... (as you can see, I like naming things ^^) .... um ... er .... ehm ... how about .... Beowulf? It's not exactly a cute name, but he's a really powerful swordsman in ye olde english tales. Maybe Tristan or perhaps Debonair? You could use those two (their both pretty boy generals from Ogre Battle. I love that game.)
Well, I'm pretty much out of ideas for now ... I hope these were of some use to you. =)
narddude, those could be useful. Thanks. But now seeing how hard it is for this guy, maybe I should push the "cute boy" thing as a nickname instead. it'll be a lot easier to think of a nick name. Plus then I could use Bishoun as the nickname. It makes some sense. It is kind of an abreviated form of bishounen. Which means "beautiful boy" which is along the lines of "cute boy"(thanks Karlie). My mind is in total conflict now with this thing. But pushing the "cute boy" name as a nickname is a good idea. His friends could call him that a lot, he'd still have a proper name that people wouldn't think that I was drunk when I chose it(not refering to you), or whatever the case may be.
P.S. I asked for a name that ment "cute boy" not the names of such people. but thanks anyway. i could use one of the names as a name for another character.