This is the first name that was talked about, which is Elon Musk's kids name.
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Now these are a bit creative, but ridiculous at the least.
Nevaeh is the most obnoxious to me (please explain that it's heaven backward again, so clever)
However, I've met a baby named Felonee and that takes the cake.
I think a lot of people probably mispronounce their name.
Got a student named “Yeyson”. The mom got pissed when I was saying “ Yay-son”. She yells at me “It’s Jason like English!” Well lady, maybe f*****g spell it like English then.
Well this is interesting to say the least.
When AL Gore was VP, I had a meeting with him. There was a lawyer speaking on the panel. Her name was Baby Girl Smith. She had not let a dumb name hold her back.
We obviously couldn't forget about Nick Cannon and his kid's names.
Any of Nick Cannon's kids' names. They are all so over the top bad.
Moroccan, Monroe, Golden Sagon, Rise Messiah, Powerful Queen, Zion Mixolydian, Zillion Heir, Beautiful Zeppelin, Legendary Love, Onyx Ice Cole and Zen.
I don't get why anyone would even consider this honestly.
Worked at a hospital for many years. One of the obstetric nurses had to talk a new mom out of naming her child “Urethra”.
This has got to be one of the funnier names for sure.
My brother once had clients named Jerry and Mary Derryberry. We didn’t believe him so he took a picture of whatever account papers.
(Don’t even remember what his job was at the time, who gives a s**t). But the series of events to have a married couple be named Jerry and Mary Derryberry is just so delicious.
Oops I might have to agree with this one though.
We admit that it's incredibly difficult to pronounce especially when just seeing it.
You absolute morons.
The spelling of names really does matter.
I work in health care so looking at 40-70 charts everyday I see so many ridiculous a*s spellings for normal names.
You’re not creative you’re an idiot. If you’re creative pick a creative name don’t butcher the spelling of a normal name.
Example: Avery spelled Aevuhree
I wonder if these people research the names before choosing them.
This sound quite odd and really weird how the mother reacted.
Two little boys drew me a couple pictures while their mother was getting some dental work done. They had signed their names. The names were just so…odd.
Even after repeating them and writing them I still couldn’t figure out what the names were.
When the mother came out and saw them, she ripped them down from where I had taped them, crumpled them up and put the papers in her purse. She told me that those names she gave them were invented by her and copyrighted.
I wish I were joking. Those little kids looked crushed.
Well that was probably an odd encounter for sure.
When I was working at a motel, I took a phone reservation from a woman for her daughter: Sri Lanka, S R I space L A N K A... is the name of a woman. Me: Oh, like in the country! Woman: What do you mean, country?!
This one has to be a joke.
Mike but short for Micycle.
I don't even understand this but okay.
I just don't understand what goes on through the parents heads when they decide on a name like this.
I have seen the rise of Brinlee or Brynlee latelty.. ugh
ALSO DEN names
Hayden, Braiden, Kayden, Jayden, Zayden. etc.. The live Laugh Love type names
Alcohol names are becoming more and more popular honestly. We'll be in school with a Vodka in no time.
Any name as alcohol. Chardonnay, Tequila, etc. Saw those a lot as a teacher. Had a male student named Crash Danger. Not kidding.
The spelling doesn't make it that unique especially if nobody knows how to say it.
Horribly misspelled to seem different. The irony is that my boyfriend's name is Krysteffor
Well that's not confusing at all now is it.
Ultimately I think that's a sign of the times changing.
People like to have an uncommon letter in their kids names I guess.
All the names with X thrown in the middle or even two. Jaxxtley. Braxxton. Braxley. I hate them.
This just means that their parents weren't that creative at all with their names.
When I were younger, I had a girl in my class named Cookie. Only to find out she had younger siblings named (I kid you not these are their real names) Candy, Honey and Skippy.
Now this is one that we might all be able to agree on.
Now this is a crazy situation and we can see how this does make sense.
I knew a girl just out of high school, her name was dymond, her daughter was safire (diamond and Sapphire for those playing along at home).
This is the result of multiple generations of teen pregnancy, and non participation in spelling bees.
I respect the attempt, but maybe if daughters didn't become mothers until they were out of their teenage years they might've reconsidered their name choices.
Off subject, but my wife is friends with a teen mom who became a grandma at 33. 4 generations of teen moms with all daughters, no sons, no boyfriends, no brothers, or fathers living under one roof. Great great grandma was 67 at the time.
The misspellings make things much harder for the kids and the people trying to pronounce it.
Anything spelled unconventionally. My cousin named her kid Micaiah. It’s pronounced like Micah, but the kid’s going to have to spend his whole life telling people it’s not “Mike-ay-uh”. Or he could just go by Mike.
Now this one I just don't get no matter which spelling you chose.
Reighfyl, pronounced "rifle"
Well this person seems very adamant about this.
I used to be on tumblr back in the day of Supernaturals glory, and someone named their poor child "Destiel". I get it, you like the ship.
But you have an actual child that is TOTALLY gonna be pissed you named your kid after a fictional relationship on a show about demons and other supernatural things. The lack of respect or forethought like???
This has to be a lie. That's insane.
Joaux (Joe) is a personal favorite 🤣
This is hilarious but we have to agree with them.
I am also this type of child and also don't understand the unique spellings especially when it makes it much more difficult.
Anything that’s way off from a traditional spelling. I still hold a grudge about having been a child who was never able to find a souvenir with her name on it.
I have to agree with this one too honestly.
It depends if the name came first or the car.
Oh yeah it's a fancy name for sure.
I think it was terrible to make him a junior, but I don't like juniors anyway.
There's a kid who goes to a daycare near where I work named "Stone Blaze" but answers to "Hunter." The worst part is that he's a junior; his father has the same name.
Absolutely this because why is it so extra.
Of course they are white. Oops.
My neighbors named their new baby, Master. They are white.
Well I guess they were chosen to be their daughter.
I know someone who named their kid Chozyn. The kid wasn’t adopted either.
I also know a girl who named her son Rocky. I think it's cute but his last name isn't Rhodes.
A guy running for some office near me is named Rocky Rhodes.
How does one look at their tiny newborn and think…. “Rocky! Looks like a Rocky to me. And you know how much I love ice cream!”
Luckily I don't think there are any names that rhyme with that.
I also agree with this though and I think it's a valid complaint.
Some of these names aren't that bad, but honestly, I couldn't imagine trying to pronounce some of them without hearing it first. Please, we just encourage parents to consider their kids' names and know that they will live with them for the rest of their lives.