‘What were your parents thinking?’ 94 people share the worst names they’ve encountered (new pics)
I have met many people in my life who have had problems with their names. Pronouncing it and remembering it is difficult for many people, but spelling it seems to be even more difficult. It’s easier for people to call me “Addie”. I was.
But as an adult, I am very happy to have a unique name.I absolutely love it. So I can’t imagination What all the little ‘Tipheneighs’ and ‘Brayxlies’ around the world are like.
We’ve collected some of the most hilarious posts below. Its name is Tragedy 2.0 The Facebook group shows Panda how creative people can be when naming their children. Be sure to upvote names you don’t believe actually exist. Keep reading to discover a conversation with Zane Mauldon-Green, who is fortunate enough to be the admin of the group.
Then, if you’re in the mood to find even more ridiculous names to recommend to your worst enemy when you’re expecting a baby, you can find out bored pandaThe last article on that name to mention it is Tragedeigh 2.0 Liedheer!
We reached out to admin Zane Mauldon-Green to learn more about this hilarious and slightly tragic Facebook group. He was actually kind enough to talk to Bored Panda. Last time you covered a group Also about 8 months ago. He then explained that he was not the founder of That Name is a Tragedeigh 2.0, but he joined shortly after it was created. “The original creator had two young children and was very busy with all the tasks that come with being a mother, so I took over running the group,” Zane explained.
The group has been around since 2020 and was formed to be a place to laugh at the spelling of very unique names without condoning the shame of traditional or cultural names around the world. Our members work very well together to have a healthy respect for all cultures,” Zane previously told Bored Panda. We affectionately refer to this group as essentially a full-time job,” he pointed out.
It’s been a while since Bored Panda checked into That Name is a Tragedeigh 2.0, so I asked Zane if he could give me an update on the group. “It’s hard to believe he’s been eight months since then. A lot has happened,” he said. “He hit over 50,000 members, an amazing milestone!”
“We also had to suspend the group for a while and take a massive break to keep Facebook from deleting it,” Zane said. It can be very difficult to appeal those decisions because they are not always reviewed by a person from the United States,” he explained.
Zane also revealed that there are quite a few new name trends that have emerged this year. “The most common ones tend to be the names of characters in new TV shows and movies, which is very disappointing for those kids. It’s Wednesday.”
Also, Zane believes that people are getting worse and worse at naming our children year after year, or it’s because we’ve been able to roast each other over the internet that these tragedies “I think we’re definitely getting worse,” he shared. “Obviously, there will always be tragic names. But as more and more children are born, many parents seem desperate to give their children something to set them apart from the rest.” Become.”
“This is happening more and more regularly,” said Zane. “For example, I just saw Nae-then’s freak version of Nathan this week. My cousin’s name is Dylan (he’s six years old), a kid in the same grade with a different spelling.” But there are three of them, the most tragic being Dillen.”
“As it happens, I think ‘old-fashioned’ names like Margaret will reappear in the future because it’s getting harder and harder to turn canonical names into tragic spellings,” Zayn added.
Earlier this year, when I asked him what was the scariest name he’d ever seen, he said: Emma Lee instead of Emily. ”
“But the two worst I’ve seen are Knoxxli Blayze and Addilyn,” said Zane. “Mainly because they’re not names, they’re just weird mashups of other words, or worse.”
We were also curious what Zane thinks parents need to keep in mind when naming their children. “The most important thing to consider is simply: Your child must use that name. If it’s a tragic or ‘unique’ spelling, they will always call people It has to be fixed and it can be exhausting and very upsetting over time.
“Also, remember not to give your kids ridiculous names,” he added. “Many companies take all aspects of professionalism very seriously and show bias against names they find silly. Some may even ignore the application, believing it to be a hoax.” .”
To all parents considering giving their little ones a particularly unique spelling of a common name, Zane urges you to reconsider your decision. We are all different; we all have our own personalities and mannerisms, we don’t need to be unique and have special names.”
On a more positive note, I wanted to hear Zane’s favorite names and what names he’s actually considering using when he has kids. “That being said, my favorite names are Theo, Julian, Harrison, Lance, Thomas, Emily, Sarah, Jessica, Breanna, I’m Kayla.”
“Basically any name that’s been around for at least two generations is a good start,” Zane said. “Don’t create a new one, look back at your family tree or school yearbook. There are so many names!”
“At the end of the day, it’s the people, not the pets, who name them,” says Zane. “Their name shouldn’t be to entertain you or be the name of your favorite movie character. If it sounds embarrassing or silly, don’t use it.”
“School kids are really cruel. Avoid names that can be used maliciously or turned into mean nicknames,” he added.
Finally, Zane urges parents not to slaughter names from other cultures. “It’s disrespectful and insulting to the culture to which the name originally belongs,” he explained. Some things are very important in the culture and if your children travel later in life they will hear about it and the responsibility is ultimately on the parents.”
We hope you enjoy this list of tragic names. Choosing a name for your child can be very difficult, but it’s important to always consider the impact of the name. Remember how easy it is to spell, what it rhymes with, how many other people or famous characters have that name, and finally whether you yourself would be willing to call it that name. Please continue to upvote the photos you think are the funniest. Also, let us know what other “chrajik” names you’ve heard in the comments below. And if you haven’t checked out Bored Panda’s previous article That Name is a Tragedeigh 2.0, you can find it here. Here!
Their last name battle is already cool why they had to put T’Challa Goat in front.
Also, Marvel Comics lore translates T’Challa as “he who puts the knife in its proper place.” favorite? ! !
For the sake of anonymity, I will not reveal the names of my parents, but they have very common names.
I’d like to add two things: Aaron and Aiden are obviously pretty standard. Loved the bookends with the traditional names.
Second, a group of teenagers were sitting nearby and I happened to hear one voice. Ardin. It’s the first!
As someone with an unusual name, I’ve seen it spelled so many times that it excites me, but I’m sorry kids.