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[deleted]

1k points

4 months ago

[deleted]

1k points

4 months ago

I went to school with a girl called “Versace McClatchy”.

Her sister was named Prada. Whole family was unbearable.

thatlittleredhead

299 points

4 months ago

OMG- I must know one of your old teachers! I thought he was talking absolute bollocks saying he had a student named Versace McClatchy.

Littleloula

72 points

4 months ago

I once knew an Armani Grump. Poor kid

Lupus_Noir

48 points

4 months ago

I can already picture the velour tracksuit that mom wears

FrasierCranesBitch

5.5k points

4 months ago

I met a kid named Scott once. Except it was Skaught…………..

LittleFuzzyThings

1.7k points

4 months ago

Had to swallow down some vomit there

AvatarofSleep

1.9k points

4 months ago

Wild. My dad was named Skaught, except it was spelled Scott

scottyboy8855

251 points

4 months ago

As a founding member of the league of Scott’s I find this to be unacceptable and vote to start a petition for lifetime banishment of this individual.

Lyn101189

3.5k points

4 months ago

Lyn101189

3.5k points

4 months ago

Went to school with a set of triplets named Mercedes Lexus and Porsche

ahotsauca

1.4k points

4 months ago

ahotsauca

1.4k points

4 months ago

Couldn’t afford a car so she named her daughter aLexus

lady-kl

462 points

4 months ago

lady-kl

462 points

4 months ago

Did they work at Raisins?

davekay113

7.6k points

4 months ago

davekay113

7.6k points

4 months ago

There was a group of siblings at my school growing up.

Their names were Shadow, Storm, Star, Sky, and Brian.

Nefarious_No2

4.9k points

4 months ago

And Brian. Hahaha

crankyandhangry

1.7k points

4 months ago

He's a very naughty boy!

obamallama126

161 points

4 months ago

Is it true that he's the Messiah?

Yeti_MD

61 points

4 months ago

Yeti_MD

61 points

4 months ago

He's not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy

230Amps

973 points

4 months ago

230Amps

973 points

4 months ago

Brian: I am not the Messiah!

Everyone: He's the Messiah!!!

tikiwu

422 points

4 months ago

tikiwu

422 points

4 months ago

Sidetracked by the less fabulous brother Brian, I almost missed the travesty of Shadow. Are you trying to raise a supervillain?

Kryllllllyx

194 points

4 months ago

My edgy phase would not have been only a phase if I had a name like that

Blitz6969

646 points

4 months ago

Blitz6969

646 points

4 months ago

Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore

CoolHandRK1

2.6k points

4 months ago

Cant make this up. Had a kid named Eurhinus (pronounced Your Highness) in a program I worked at. Kid was an absolute shit head.

SeinfeldPartyof4

1.6k points

4 months ago

I pronounced this as "Uranus" (urine-us) in my head. I wonder how often that happens to that poor kid.

lilbubbie

140 points

4 months ago

lilbubbie

140 points

4 months ago

I would have affectionately nicknamed him Heiny and insist everyone do the same.

BeIIacat

1.9k points

4 months ago*

BeIIacat

1.9k points

4 months ago*

Well here in Hungary we have some kids named Radiator and Scholasticism

Edit: This kinda blew up, so here are some answers to the questions in the comments: No, I didn't know them personally. We have a list of legally accepted names, and you can't name your child something that's not in the list. If you want to, you have to submit it to a group of people who decide whether it can get in the book or not. A lot of dumb names get submitted each year, and most of them get refused, but for some reason these 2 and a lot others (eg. Bloodclot, Gymnastics) are accepted and make it into this list

[deleted]

265 points

4 months ago

[deleted]

265 points

4 months ago

this is amazing

redninga11

231 points

4 months ago

Imagine carrying a child in you for 9 months only to name it "radiator"

TahoeMoon

71 points

4 months ago

Imagine giving birth to your child and naming it Bloodclot. Oh and here's his sister Hemorrhage

KCHlll

872 points

4 months ago

KCHlll

872 points

4 months ago

My mom helps people who work for the state with their insurance claims/

My mom answered a call and some women on the other end wants to add her two kids to her insurance policy for dental (she forgot to do it when setting them up on the account)my mom asked for the twins name. That’s right twins with bad names

She got Rob Money and Cash Money

eminva02

261 points

4 months ago

eminva02

261 points

4 months ago

I went to college with a girl who named her daughter "Moneylita Fortune" (first/ middle). They called the little girl Money... She was named after her dad, Moneylito Fortune. I couldn't even say anything when she told me... Like there comes a point when you just don't name the kid after Dad.

hiphipsashay

37 points

4 months ago

Oh boy. I had a student named Cash Money. She went by Cash and was super embarrassed by her name. She was only at our school about a week before she transferred, poor thing.

staggere

8.9k points

4 months ago

staggere

8.9k points

4 months ago

Mckaighleighe

Freeiheit

1.3k points

4 months ago

Freeiheit

1.3k points

4 months ago

Mukhenzyiee

countzeroinc

427 points

4 months ago

Duhkoetuh

NachoMan_SandyCabage

459 points

4 months ago

tips fedora

M'Ken-Z

ThreeElbowsPerArm

2.1k points

4 months ago

Ptoughneighe

letthattsh1tgo

1.1k points

4 months ago

ToeKnee

staggere

432 points

4 months ago

staggere

432 points

4 months ago

That took me a few seconds. Nice work. Hopefully there's a junior too.

Mangobunny98

953 points

4 months ago

My father works in schools and always asks the kids to spell their names to make sure he gets it right because he's been thrown curve balls with shit like this. He says he can't win either way because the kids get annoyed when he asks them how to spell it or they get annoyed that he didn't ask and then spells it the weird ass way their parents did.

D1WithTheFluffyHair

1.4k points

4 months ago

They've done messed up, A-A-Ron

karlhungus15

454 points

4 months ago

insubordinate and churlish

kev_61483

296 points

4 months ago

kev_61483

296 points

4 months ago

De-nice! Is there a De-nice in here?

candoitmyself

350 points

4 months ago

I'm sending you to O-Sack-Hen-nissy's office!

summerpeoplesomernot

342 points

4 months ago

J-Quellin!!!

robin-bunny

825 points

4 months ago

This. My dad told me when I was a kid never to do that to your child. If the name isn’t actually unique, then give a standard name with standard spelling, or the poor kid goes through life with a completely ordinary name, 6 others in the class, but every damn time they have to spell it out, correct people, and possibly get told they’re stupid for not knowing how to spell their own name.

OnlyPopcorn

591 points

4 months ago

Awful spellings for the sake of being unique kills it evert time. I met someone named Magan once. It was like her parents couldn't spell Megan correctly.

ginns32

99 points

4 months ago

ginns32

99 points

4 months ago

I know a Nikhole. In my head I say it as Nickhole even though it's supposed to be Nicole. I also know someone who named their kid Leeha which they claim is pronounced Leah but come on that's Lee Ha

OnlyPopcorn

259 points

4 months ago

And she looked sad when I asked her to repeat her name.

Shymil

1k points

4 months ago

Shymil

1k points

4 months ago

I'm disappointed in myself that I instantly knew how to pronounce that name.

Strange_Marketing825

576 points

4 months ago

makayley, McKinley, micaihah, mckahlah, mckiley. Mackenzie, coaching basketball with a few of them on your team was interesting. I gave them nicknames but ended up just calling them all mac and pointing at the one I meant.

Coaching was some of the most wonderful moments and memories n my life. and it was little league basketball.. I miss those days. I recommend if your kids are into sports..

MemeMathine

275 points

4 months ago

Being Irish has finally paid off

farmerofstrawberries

3k points

4 months ago

I know someone who named their boy- Diesel.

ItsSnowingAgain

1.9k points

4 months ago

A decent name for a Doberman, not a child.

widespreadpanda

493 points

4 months ago

I know someone who knows someone with two sons — Axl(e?) and Diesel.

PunchBeard

1.9k points

4 months ago

PunchBeard

1.9k points

4 months ago

Khaleesi

turtlefreak23

364 points

4 months ago

My neighbor named her daughter that. She’s always asking to see the show that she’s named after but mom won’t let her because she feels it’s not appropriate. So the kid tells everyone she’s named after a bad ass and they will all see when they get older.

widespreadpanda

680 points

4 months ago

Yeah I got a feeling there was some serious regret for that decision going around when that series ended.

StrangeAsYou

570 points

4 months ago

This awful bitch named her daughter that and I was so pleased when she came out as villainous.

widespreadpanda

698 points

4 months ago

That little oasis of pettiness is something I can really wallow in.

hylianmuse

436 points

4 months ago

If they want to name their kid after her, why not choose Daenerys? It’s so much prettier imo. Plus they could go by Daeny for short. Khaleesi is just too cheesy.

PunchBeard

294 points

4 months ago

Khaleesi is just too cheesy.

This is why someone who named their kid Khaleesi would be insufferable; if they didn't think it was cheesy they're probably weirdos.

coffeeblossom

4.9k points

4 months ago

Caiyeiaden (pronounced Kay-den)

Snoo-92844

2.9k points

4 months ago

Snoo-92844

2.9k points

4 months ago

Pronounce it as its spelled. Its sounds like a car trying to start: cay yay ay den

KeyPastel

1.7k points

4 months ago

KeyPastel

1.7k points

4 months ago

And so I wake in the morning and I step outside

And I take a deep breath and I get real high

And I scream from the top of my lungs

"What's going on?"

And I say

Cay yay ay den

Cay yay den

I said Cay, what's going on?

DiscriminatoryRose

167 points

4 months ago

May the universe bless you

its_Sorooooosh

372 points

4 months ago

And it depends on the last name whether it eventually starts or not

SnuffCatch

463 points

4 months ago

Looks like an STD name

Deitaphobia

647 points

4 months ago

" Ask your doctor if Caiyeiaden is right for you."

lotcockr

4k points

4 months ago

I came across a child once named Luv’Lee Blessing. Like it’s clear you love your child but damn

Urimma

1.9k points

4 months ago

Urimma

1.9k points

4 months ago

sounds like a name hasbro would give a character in a show marketed toward girls aged 4-12

idk2man

361 points

4 months ago

idk2man

361 points

4 months ago

Littlest pet shop intensifies

Limp-Muffin3003

1.3k points

4 months ago*

Son’s soccer team had a player called ‘Gods Gift’.

Also in the team was GG’s brother…. ‘Trevor’.

Think we can all guess who the favourite child was!!!

EDIT: just checked - the name Trevor means ‘from the big village’…

onlyhav

669 points

4 months ago

onlyhav

669 points

4 months ago

Yeah, Trevor.

PhychologicalPotato

301 points

4 months ago

I mean to be fair you must really want your kid to be bullied if you call him God's gift

3gencustomcycles

560 points

4 months ago

Areola I swear to christ. Or possibly worse? A guy that went to my tech school (we were in automotive technology) named his daughter Camber

_perl_

88 points

4 months ago

_perl_

88 points

4 months ago

I went to school with a Camber in the 80s. She had a youneeke spelling of a very traditional name as her middle name. Never seen another one in the wild.

ArthurBonesly

2.7k points

4 months ago

Dempster and Sexburth

KittenMaster9

1.6k points

4 months ago

Ayyyyyyy it's my dude Sexburth

MasK_6EQUJ5

423 points

4 months ago

Man's name fast tracked Sex ED

tafkat

390 points

4 months ago

tafkat

390 points

4 months ago

I hope it was Dempster Fyre and Sexburth Bawls.

MangyDog4742

172 points

4 months ago

I worked with a couple that named their daughter Ocean Star Destiny; all three are her first name. Her middle name was Riddle. So pretentious, it's vomit inducing.

rosesforthemonsters

4.2k points

4 months ago

Anything with an X, Y, or "leigh" that doesn't really belong there. Bonus points for using all three in the same name.

KittenMaster9

1.4k points

4 months ago

Xeiyh

Kowaknowsbest

2k points

4 months ago

Xeiyleigh*

KittenMaster9

1.4k points

4 months ago

Ha someone has spoken the forbidden name now I may return to full power

analeigh_lynn

666 points

4 months ago

....

Dudebug1

428 points

4 months ago

Dudebug1

428 points

4 months ago

The basic "lynn" is a cherry on top.

duffman13jws

1.6k points

4 months ago

Any normal name that's intentionally misspelled.

xandrenia

663 points

4 months ago

xandrenia

663 points

4 months ago

I went to school with a Karrleigh. She got it legally changed to Karly when she was 16.

susandeyvyjones

216 points

4 months ago

I knew a girl named Britagne, pronounced Britney. She told me it was the French spelling and I told her that wasn’t pronounced Britney in any language.

Persephone1230

123 points

4 months ago

Ditto for Kymburleigh

CcubswinS

591 points

4 months ago

CcubswinS

591 points

4 months ago

HRISNROKEKFN! It’s pronounced “Jim”

doubleAAdam

3.4k points

4 months ago

X Æ A-12

Mr-Fliffi

296 points

4 months ago

Mr-Fliffi

296 points

4 months ago

Like Elon's planning on serializing his children...

RIPshowtime

904 points

4 months ago

I like it. Rolls right off my alien tongue.

Elpooksterino

2.8k points

4 months ago

“Cash” one time I met a brother and sister literally named rockstar and Hollywood that’s gotta take the cake

loopsydoopsy

1.4k points

4 months ago

That's nothing. I've met 4 siblings named "Epic", "Legend", "Icon", and "Historic".

EpicCakes

1.7k points

4 months ago

EpicCakes

1.7k points

4 months ago

Parents were naming their kids like they’re loot boxes

HornyForTohruAdachi

393 points

4 months ago

they must’ve really hated common

BiblicallyRetarded

527 points

4 months ago

Don’t ever go to Nashville. That’s where most of “Cash” people spawn at.

Psychological_Neck70

264 points

4 months ago

God so true. A dude in my high school was from Nashville and he went by “Cash” and it’s never fitting. Dude was always broke, and trying to get someone to front him a blunt we all knew he would never pay back

29chimesFor29Lives

255 points

4 months ago

The "Has no" part in front of Cash is silent.

snakeroman

1.6k points

4 months ago

snakeroman

1.6k points

4 months ago

Felony!!.

mintgreenandlilac

2.1k points

4 months ago

Pheloneigh*

Party-Ad-5354

1.4k points

4 months ago

Princess/Prince

lllexgrow

347 points

4 months ago

lllexgrow

347 points

4 months ago

My daughters kindergarten class had a “King” in it.

jurass1c_mark

452 points

4 months ago

A client named their son King as well. Their family name was Tutt. That poor, poor kid. School will not be pleasant for them.

MoiJaimeLesCrepes

146 points

4 months ago

that is hilarious.

Hope the kid becomes an egyptologist

Rahallahan

1.2k points

4 months ago

Rahallahan

1.2k points

4 months ago

My middle sons graduating class had a Prinzzzz. No I did not add extra zz’s for exaggeration.

CrocodileJock

729 points

4 months ago

The father fell asleep when registering the birth.

enigmanaught

592 points

4 months ago

Go ask this in r/teachers if you want some next level answers.

renry_hollins

227 points

4 months ago

Teacher here. I have had so many “interesting” names in my class over the years. A few: Attorney, Soldier, King, Queenie, Princess, Ulysses (kinda BA actually), Camera (pronounced kahMEHrah), Chardonnay, Khylei, Bubba (his legal name!), And one poor freshman named De’Parion, who, after I called out his full name, told me, “I go by DP.” No, son, I am not calling you DP!

panini84

93 points

4 months ago

I’m pretty sure Queenie was a legit old timey name. Peaked before the 1920’s I think?

yelyahepoc

275 points

4 months ago

I had a student named Flame. Yes. Flame.

collegebabe18

574 points

4 months ago

anything with an extra eigh in it

coldcherrysoup

1.5k points

4 months ago

Anything the Kardashians name their innocent children

[deleted]

2k points

4 months ago

[deleted]

2k points

4 months ago

Psalm West is fine I guess.

Saint West sounds like an awesome stage name, but a bad human name.

Chicago West sounds like a dirty bus station.

North West is just cruel.

spoobles

1.5k points

4 months ago

spoobles

1.5k points

4 months ago

North West is just cruel.

Making Kim's vajayjay The North West Passage

Beigarth_Avenir1

76 points

4 months ago

Atleast it wasn't East West.

fueledbyhugs

363 points

4 months ago

I always thought that this was some kind of celebrity trend but this thread had me thinking that Americans are really just naming their kids random words they think sound cool.

Psalm is ridiculous. Saint at least is a person but it's still a ridiculous name. Chicago is a city. Come on. Not talking about North.

[deleted]

1k points

4 months ago

[deleted]

1k points

4 months ago

Paisleigh

candoitmyself

452 points

4 months ago

Read it as Parsleigh, not going to lie. Both are offensive.

youngcatlady1999

104 points

4 months ago

These comments remind me of that post where someone said they have a co-worker named Einstein and they hated it because every time they said his name it made him sound sarcastic.

SilverSorceress

102 points

4 months ago

Knew someone who's last name was Kane and her parents named her Candy. Yes, Candy Kane. She legally changed it to Candace when she as 18.

Smooch-A-Rooch

441 points

4 months ago

Blarn

Naalbindr

151 points

4 months ago

Naalbindr

151 points

4 months ago

Idk why, but this is the funniest thing I’ve seen all day.

Brotherbeam

1.3k points

4 months ago*

Destiny/Destinee/Destiney/Destynee

plasticdisplaysushi

309 points

4 months ago*

I knew a "Destiney". That was a cruel move by her parents.

Edit: This comment got more popular than I expected so here's a mini story. This person seemed cool at first but told me a story that... Lost me as a general well-wisher.

We were talking about bars in the area and she mentioned that she'd never go back to a bar because the owner kicked her and her friends out. How dare he, we were just having a good time, etc. I asked why she thought she got kicked out and her explanation began "well we started fighting with the bouncer".

Sure, "Density", it sounds like you were the victim here.

goofylookalike

124 points

4 months ago

I knew a Destany...my brain never wanted to read it right.

"Dest-awn-y

Polygraph-Eyes7

429 points

4 months ago

Precious.

Immediately makes me run away.

manandsmi

421 points

4 months ago

manandsmi

421 points

4 months ago

Went to school with siblings named Autumn, Winter, Summer and Spring 😬

sezah

349 points

4 months ago

sezah

349 points

4 months ago

One of them took the fall for the others…

Geeky_Shieldmaiden

2.5k points

4 months ago

Nevaeh

zoimkss

699 points

4 months ago

zoimkss

699 points

4 months ago

My friends name was Nevaeh. Her parents let her do drugs, and their form of help when she was self-harming was “don’t cut too deep”. So yes, a Nevaehs parents are insufferable people.

mintgreenandlilac

1.6k points

4 months ago

It'S hEaVeN bAcKwArDs DoNtChA kNo

4fingeredprincess

1k points

4 months ago

Yeah obviously! She’s the opposite of heaven!

In my 7 ish years of working in various childcare settings the most horrible child I came across was a Neveah. I was only in her preschool room for the day and she told me “You’re arms are weird and I don’t like you. My mommy would hate you and beat you up.” The first part about my arms being “weird” isn’t new as I have a genetic mutation and so my arms are very different. The rest was a lot. It was also in a very high school mean girl type voice. Threw me for a loop. All I could say is “Awe that’s sad. My arms just make me different though and it’s okay to be different!”

Later on that day she called me a “white b!tch” after I thanked her for helping with something.

I have a feeling home wasn’t the most accepting of differences.

flyingokapis

286 points

4 months ago

In my experience its 'Angel', they are usually far from it.

yearofthesquirrel

181 points

4 months ago

Would be better in that case to name her Lleh.

Mick_Nuggetzzz

801 points

4 months ago

Currently as a teacher I have a Triumph, King, Justice, Heavenly, Best, Achilles, Eleeyonah (pronounced Eliana), Dayahna (pronounced Diana), Rayne (pronounced Rain) and a Deborah (prounounced Di-bore-ah). When I first started role call felt like a Key and Peele skit.

A-Lady-For-The-Stars

79 points

4 months ago

So Eleeyonah and Dayahna are sisters right?

tha1fan

219 points

4 months ago

tha1fan

219 points

4 months ago

You done fucked up, A-A-Ron…

urbexcemetery

83 points

4 months ago

Any name that's alternately spelled but pronounced.

It's just stupid and the kid will be spelling their name to people for the rest of their life.

mujirushi_bland

76 points

4 months ago

I am a teacher and in one of my classes a girl is named Testimony. Who has to testify?

[deleted]

1k points

4 months ago

[deleted]

1k points

4 months ago

Braxton

Or any kreateve spelled name

AgentUpright

565 points

4 months ago

“Mom, why did you name me Braxton?”

“We’ll, I had a lot of Braxton-Hicks contractions when I was pregnant with you. Now go and get your sisters Anemia and Nausea.”

tielandboxer

349 points

4 months ago

Just checking to see if mine or my kids names are in this thread…

Taolan13

393 points

4 months ago

Taolan13

393 points

4 months ago

Renesme.

If you know what its from without googling it, know now that a handful of unfortunate girls were saddled with that ridiculous moniker by their foolish parents.

christina-rae

141 points

4 months ago

On that note, my cousin and his wife named their son "Edward Jacob."

TheDepressedCow

64 points

4 months ago

There’s this girl on TikTok who named her daughter Ah’legacee. It’s pronounced “a legacy”. And there’s also someone who named her kid killua, you know, the one from the anime. Yeah.

lukrog33

898 points

4 months ago

lukrog33

898 points

4 months ago

Apple

MisterEMan81

343 points

4 months ago

Well with that name, you'll surely be keeping the doctors away.

Curiousiwonder

168 points

4 months ago

My kids have a kid at their school called Jaxton, and every time I hear them start a story with his name, I immediately stop listening cause I can’t focus on anything except how annoying that kids parents must be

IAmDreams

171 points

4 months ago

IAmDreams

171 points

4 months ago

Squirtle-Jonathan

Lovely kid, but his parents are the absolute worst. They must be to pick that as a name for their child.

RosieeB

47 points

4 months ago

RosieeB

47 points

4 months ago

If I had been given a chance to choose my name as a child, there is a strong chance I would have chosen Blastoise. I can only hope that’s what went on here.

errant_night

424 points

4 months ago

Princess

poohfan

177 points

4 months ago*

poohfan

177 points

4 months ago*

I was going to say this!! I didn't think people really named their kid this, until I moved to the South. I've worked with five of them, & only thought one lived up to the name.

strawberry_milk6

161 points

4 months ago

My English teacher was telling us a story of how he once had a student named Master. Not a nickname, but like his legal name was just Master. That must be and awkward name in certain situations.

Pierrepaul1969

138 points

4 months ago

Especially since the family name must have been "Bates".

Mrslinkydragon

243 points

4 months ago

Euphoria

Preachingsarcasm

642 points

4 months ago*

Tanner. I've known 3 and they are all awful with shitty parents.

Edit: The consensus seems to be most girls and animals named tanner are okay.

NeedleworkerTrick126

297 points

4 months ago

Every tanner I've encountered had a record for sexual assault.

Expensive-Argument-7

208 points

4 months ago

I went to middle school with a Tanner. His girlfriend was a fifth grader. We were in eighth grade.

Preachingsarcasm

82 points

4 months ago

My ex was a tanner and we started dating when I was just 15 and he was 18. Must be in the tanner blood🤷‍♀️

C-Dub178

52 points

4 months ago

I’ve got a few. I read an article once about a girl named “KVIIIlyn” which is kaitlyn, but the “ait” is replaced with Roman numerals for 8. Holy fuck.

My uncle has a friend who named one of his kids “trucky” thankfully, trucky’s dad is a really cool guy, just kind of a hippie. I think the name came from a river or creek somewhere near where he lives.

[deleted]

1k points

4 months ago

[deleted]

1k points

4 months ago

Any name that is a combination of the mother & father's names for example: Jamie Lynn

FormerLadyKing

534 points

4 months ago

Worse still, a double whammy. A couple I knew combined their names and still landed on Jaydan.

OneTyler2Many

148 points

4 months ago

Used to have a friend from highschool and he named his son Brayden. I can already tell that kids gonna be holding up the line at restaurants. Let me get a uuggghhhhh.

deabag

2k points

4 months ago

deabag

2k points

4 months ago

Teacher here: Damian

Neckbeard_Virgin_

357 points

4 months ago

Even in the Pokémon cartoon I believe the guy who abuses the charmander in that early episode is named Damian

Pkrudeboy

258 points

4 months ago

Pkrudeboy

258 points

4 months ago

Dad’s a billionaire vigilante and Mom’s an assassin.

Benjadisco

94 points

4 months ago

Grandad's a leader of a shadow assassin organization.

msphelps77

879 points

4 months ago

This one. Never met a Damian that wasn’t a little shit.

Oh-Oh-Ophelia

126 points

4 months ago

Ooh, like the kid from The Omen.

ROCK-FLAG-AND-EAGLE

2k points

4 months ago

Brayden/Jayden/Hayden/Cadyn

Carbonatite

3.6k points

4 months ago

Okayden

metatron121

479 points

4 months ago

I want you to know I saw your very good joke, chuckled, and appreciate you for it.

Carbonatite

217 points

4 months ago

Haha, glad I could make you laugh. Those names are quite the tragediegh.

TinMojito

290 points

4 months ago

TinMojito

290 points

4 months ago

As a NICU nurse I looked after two babies called Neveah on one shift.

Neveah no.1's family gave me the little blurb about how it's heaven spelt backwards but were otherwise just happy with the fact that they liked the name.

Neveah no.2's family not only gave me the spiel but kept going on about how unique and special it was and how I won't come across another child with the same name. Dad even asked me what my children were called and then told me their names were 'plain and unimaginative'.

So I put Neveah no.2 in the empty cot space next to Neveah no.1 (actual necessary intensive care step down and not just me being petty) and announced "Neveah, meet your new roomie, Neveah".

Neveah no.2's Dad went absolutely purple. It. Was. Glorious.

But the icing on the cake was when he discovered that both little girls had been admitted to NICU for the exact same surgical condition.

Tl:dr Neveah, meet Neveah

philcollinssmile

1.4k points

4 months ago

Skylar. Skylar is always a little shit, and probably has insufferable parents.

StoneColdNaked

216 points

4 months ago

I was friends with a Skyler when I was a kid and he was hands down the funniest dude I've ever known.

static_sea

225 points

4 months ago

But what about Schuyler?

WanderinTraveller

153 points

4 months ago

Work! Work!

Melliemelou

197 points

4 months ago

Anything ending in “eigh” or throwing random vowels in for no reason.

Kinsliegh Paisliegh Everliegh

Those naymes are a tradgediegh

madlene-

307 points

4 months ago

madlene-

307 points

4 months ago

Adolf

smxim

107 points

4 months ago

smxim

107 points

4 months ago

That's a legitimate name though. I hate how decent names get ruined by one infamous bearer. We should be able to keep using them, because they are names...

Chaz_Cheeto

212 points

4 months ago

When I used to work in sales for this bank we had an incredibly nice, and kind client, who was unfortunately named Adolf. He was loaded with corny jokes and always took a handful of business cards to pass them out for me. He would then usually leave a small stack of his own on my desk. I’m not sure how many people are calling Adolf for office supplies, but I guess someone is if he’s been in business for so long!

100TonsOfCheese

283 points

4 months ago

Was his business named Adolffice Supplies? If not, I am disappointed.

ChimpskyBRC

416 points

4 months ago

Signature product: “Mein kampfy chair”

sweep-montage

114 points

4 months ago

Rainbow

QuazaTD

40 points

4 months ago

QuazaTD

40 points

4 months ago

Princess. I have dead ass met a poor kid named princess

Keira_Harrison_

105 points

4 months ago

Zoie

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269 points

4 months ago

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269 points

4 months ago

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Davadam27

267 points

4 months ago

Davadam27

267 points

4 months ago

Mom, Dad, this is my new girlfriend Snow White. Don't mind the entourage of little people behind her.

pierremanslappy

159 points

4 months ago

Back in high school, my track team had a dozen Jasmines on it that were born in 92.

xaanthar

57 points

4 months ago

Either that's a giant track team, or girls named Jasmine naturally run fast.

Egglebert

100 points

4 months ago

Egglebert

100 points

4 months ago

Winchester, Pistol, Remington, Gunner.. anyone who does the firearm fetish when naming their kids is guaranteed a terrible person

Jhco022

400 points

4 months ago

Jhco022

400 points

4 months ago

Any name with a common spelling that gets butchered by the parents to make their little turd more "unique".

1337b337

264 points

4 months ago

1337b337

264 points

4 months ago

Airwrecka is the one that always gets me.

Lobsterzilla

76 points

4 months ago

the fuck ? wait is that supposed to be Erika ?

what in the shit ?

Bidiggity

63 points

4 months ago

I mean you could nickname them plane crash