>be young American male
>be named Hunter, Brandon, Mason or Taylor
>mfw none of those are actual names
>"Brother" is not a name
>work in a hospital
>note baby names
Black mothers are still naming their kids the most retarded shit. I mean, I thought they'd be embarrassed, but nope, straight up naming your kid Lacondo in 20 fuckin 16.
This countries teenaged single mothers are retarded. What are some patrish names?
>worked at a call center for a while
>I thought black people naming their kids weird shit was a meme
>tfw when one of the first calls I got was from a black woman named Shaniqua
Peyton is feminine and is bad even if it has had a long tradition of being a man's name.
An awkward proper pronunciation. Like Mikka-ael, but she said it so disjointedly.
>live in the South
>half the kids have biblical names
appropriated by blacks
no and same as Marcus
special snowflake spelling of decent name
All shit and antiquated to the point of being tacky.
>some of the biblical names are awkward names like Azariah, Hananiah, or Ishmael
It's way too Jewish. I'm tired of fundie Christians sucking Jewish dick and not understanding the distinguished between the two religions.
>tfw my name is a generic spanish sounding name with jewish origins
>tfw when my name isn't Rambo
>tfw parents give you an Irish name
>not a drop of Irish ancestry in your bloodline
I know a guy name Miško. The male names having diminutives ending in -a thing is more or less a Russian quirk. You can't be a Saša and be male here, you have to be Sašo. Cis, I know.
Nikolaj is my grandpa's name and it's a good one, but we've got a better version of it - Miklavž. He goes by both names.
>mfw got dignified beaner name, carlos
>mexicans unironically give their children names that invoke images of a migrant strawberry picker like pedro and jesus
>people with peasant last names like sanchez, lopez and gutierrez
What is it
>biggest tool I've ever known was named Hunter
Tfw named Fürchtegott most people are intimidated when i tell them my name.
(Im also a tall bulky guy maybe that helps)
>people that name their kids after states
He'd either get teased to death or accept it.
>a kid in my youth literally blew his head off and his sister found him cos he was bullied everyday in school
What if Pedrito has a son ? Is there another diminutive after that ?
Sorry for the stupid questions but that's the kind of things I'll never manage to get out of my mind if I don't have an answer
Oh so it's more of a nickname than a real name then ?
I think so, maybe it was common back then but I've never encountered a similar name at all.
Yeah that makes sense like that, thanks
There isn't, formally at least, the 3rd kid is either called Pedrito again in an endless cycle or when Pedrito has a son he names it something else to avoid having his son deal with the same shit.
>tfw named after my based grandpa but I'm not based at all
Sorry, Papa Kenneth..
>tfw like Justinian but have to conform to Justin because Justinian is too presumptuous
>Be 50% Swedish 50% Danish
>Father names me James Brandon
Umm... actually dont think its a habit to name son after father unless something dramatic happens. My bro has the name of my grandfather tho.
It's more like ___poika.
For example Vesanpoika which means Vesas Son.
Think thats also kinda rare these days.
That's exactly what it would've been perceived as in Roman times, fanciful. For instance, when the common soldier Diocles was elected emperor, he changed his name to the more noble form of Diocletian.
>Justinian? Is that a girl's name? Lmao fucking faggot
the problem with this bait is that there are americans who actually belive this
>Chicanos that name their kids presidents to fit in
I guess Justin will have to do.
P sure they would view him as new money for having such an odd name. Everyone knows that rich people are named after rich godparents, and I don't think you'll find many bankers and shipping magnates called Justinian.
Too good to be true.
Just go by Alex. That's what everyone here that has the rare misfortune of being named Aleksej does.
I guess so, maybe Justen will work. It'll make him just enough of a special snowflake.
In my mind, it invokes the suave and manly Armand Assante in his 80s/90s prime, but I'm not sure how the kids of today who didn't grow up with the same kind of primetime TV would view it.
Those are all fine name tho, aren't they? Except Ashton, which is a surname and Seth which is a bit bible thumper.
They just add another "ito" after every generation
What's with the insanely long spanish names like "María Josefina Pérez la Santa de Jalisco Juárez"?
I was friends with an Armando López. He owes me $80 for a stereo and a phone that I sold to him in payments. It's been like 2 years and he still hasn't made an effort to pay me back the rest
A little senpai, but it's "Ponce", I knew an Armando with that name, he was a cuck. His gf would fuck other dudes and it was brought to his attention several times
So I hope that it isn't that either
Idiot single mothers trying to seem trendy by making up names, and other stupid single mothers heard them and decided they sounded good.
No man would let his wife get away with naming their child that shit
>people who name their kids after a car manufacturer
Now you're forever stuck with being the Ryan Adams to the Bryan Adams that everyone expects and loves.
That goes beyond being odd and retarded into being interesting. I'd probably hit that girl up just to know the story if I were you.
I got called Charlie Murphy for a few years thanks to Dave Chappelle.
>tfw named John
Feels average man
>be name Marco
>realise it's also considered a spic name
>realise their are Filipinos called Marco
>tfw you were named after a biblical hero of god and not some shitty occupation from the 1500s
But those are the best names.
>tfw Anglo saxon as fuck surname
You know whats a badass name?
Its awkward and not hip or attractive, but i bet a kid named that would make something of himself, probably design a new kind of superweapon or something, make america stronger.