compliment her on Max?

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ddubug

Senior Member
Korean
Hi,

[For Rachel, I complimented her on Max:"The Maximum Baby."]

Could you explain this sentence?
I complimet Rachel, right?
And how can I understand with 'Max'??
 
  • anothersmith

    Senior Member
    English, U.S.
    Max is a boy's name. I suspect that this means someone is complimenting a woman on her baby, named Max.

    "Maximum Baby" sounds a lot like "Maximum Bob," which is a book by Elmore Leonard; there was a TV show based on the book a few years ago.

    But, of course, without more context it's hard to say.
     

    bibliolept

    Senior Member
    AE, Español
    This is why I was asking if this is fiction or not. "Max: The Maximum Baby" sounds like the title of a movie, book, or TV show. But I couldn't find any mention of that online. If the context is fiction, then that could still be the title of a non-existent book, movie, or TV show.
     
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