I've heard that Schlomo is an old man's name in Israel, and that Sven is extremely rare except among the elderly in Sweden. Is this true? What about other stereotypical names? Are Nigel, Pierre, and Hans only found among the elderly?
I've live in the South all my life, in 3 different states, in urban and rural areas, and I've never met someone named Cletus or Billy-Bob.
Tyrones, Jamals, Pedros, Josés, all accurate names however.
Asians just name their kids anglo stuff.
Like James Chang.
>Asians just name their kids anglo stuff.
>Like James Chang.
wish we were 32% Asian and not 12% black + 20% mestizo
Ivan Ivanovich Ivanovski.
No Russian has those surnames. Ivanovich is exclusevly Serbian. Ivanovski isn't a real name. The real form should be Ivanov
> 36.7% of the 52 million Hispanic/Latino Americans identify as "some other race", such as mestizo or mulatto.
52M + 10M illegal / 315M = 19.6%
Unless you're seriously going to believe the brown manlets who file "white" on the census. The white Central/South Americans stay in their own countries as part of the ruling class; the deluded shitskins who want to "become" white (by abusing H1B vias, cash-paid menial labor, and effectively depressing the wage of the lower and middle class) are the ones who flood here.
I know a lot of people called Hamish, Seumas, Siobhan and Mhairi
No one is called Jock though, it's just what we call people called john here, similar to how we call people called hugh shugs
Was actually thinking about naming my first born Wilhelm after my grandfather. Not sure if it would be to hard on him. At least Willi as call name is not that bad for a kid.
But yeah, Hans totally sucks. No idea who ever thought that name was good.
My brother's name is Sven but I think in Swede it's only common amonamong eldery.
I know a 17 y.o guy called Hans but he's a super intelligent kid, so he's not a normie. I also know a guy called Pierre who's gandpa is French and a Singaporean that grew up in the UK, his name is Nigel
Pekka hasn't been in the top 10 most popular baby names since the 60's.
Less than 50,000 people were ever named Jukka since 1900. They're really Juhani, Juha, Juhana, Juho, Jussi or Johannes. Or Joni in the 80's.
José is pretty common, normaly combined with another names: Jose Maria, Jose Luis, Jose Francisco... All common.
Pedro is not that common, but of course it is considered normal. Pablo is fucking everywhere. Juan is also common.
Did you not do your own math?
You're counting every person who identifies as Hispanic as mestizo.
A little over 1/3rd of Hispanic identify as mestizo, and genetic testing among those who identify as "white Hispanic" are on average 75% European., even then, half of white Hispanics identified as being directly descendant of Spaniards.
And illegal immigrants are factored into the census already.
Mestizos are about 10% of the US population.
>Unless you're seriously going to believe the brown manlets who file "white" on the census.
Show me that this is a notable demographic or a trend.
Most of the white Mexican middle class has already emigrated here over the last hundred years. The pancake-faced mongrels are a relatively new trend in the US, and they are the reason that the "Hispanic" category was added, as they didn't fit into the other races.
Once I met a peruvian called Chulo (in spanish: cool or pimp) that had to change his name in Spain because everyone laughed at him.
Our colonies maintained all the long and weird as fuck names such as Patrocinio, Teodosio, Protasio, Chindasvinto, Sisebuto or Atanasio. Only very old people here are called that way.
I know a German named Lars. He's pretty based but almost got his ass kicked by making a 9/11 joke using some Jenga towers at a party.
I've never met a Cleetus, but Alex is common and nignogs do name their children Tyrone, Jamal, etc.