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These are the kinds of suggestions you get when you let the internet name your child. However, the site includes a disclaimer.

Hi, My name is Stephen and much to the disbelief of my wife, I have decided to let the internet name* my daughter. Yeah, that is an asterisk. Unfortunately, internet, I know better than to trust you. We will ultimately be making the final decision. Alas, my daughter shall not be named WackyTaco692. Sorry guys, the wife wouldn't go for a free for all.

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50 of the Most Miserably Unfortunate Names Ever to Bestowed Upon People

Having grown up with a last name that is often mocked for having components of phallic innuendo, I can relate to these poor souls a little bit. Like I can't even imagine what kind of verbal abuse they went through growing up. 

I like to imagine each of them lead lives similar to the Boy Named Sue.

From Ben Dover to Richard Johnson, and every name in between, some parents just didn't have enough forethought when they were choosing baby names, or they really didn't care that their kid was going to get bullied constantly. But either way, its the parents' fault. But if you thought these were bad, you should see how some of these people named their cats.

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Avoid These Universally Trashy Baby Names If You Don't Want Your Kid to be Hated Abroad

Worried you might subject your kid to unnecessary ridicule by giving them a needlessly unique name, or that their peers may hate them simply because you picked the "Jim Bob" of this generation? Spare them the torment by avoiding these "trashy" names as described by Redditors around the globe in response to the question "What name is considered to be trashy in your country?"

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Krimson Tyde Steele can attribute his unusual moniker to his parents' love for the University of Alabama.