which of these is correct?

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derpington

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''What's your name, then?'' or is ''What's your name then?'' fine?
 

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Is there some reason why you want to add "then" to the perfectly acceptable question "What's your name?"?
 

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We're not mind-readers, derpington.
 

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I am none the wiser (a phrase you will understand perfectly as you are native speaker from the UK, according to your profile).
 
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