The world would be a supremely boring place if everyone had the same kinds of names.
Personal taste, cultural heritage, and generational trends all impact what kinds of names people give their babies. And it can be fascinating to witness all of the creativity and variety that show up in the naming process.
That said, there are some names that almost everyone can agree are bad.
I once met a girl named Cliche 😭
I worked with a guy a few years ago named Eidderf. His father's name was Freddie.
There was a real estate guy in my town when I was a kid, who's name, I kid you not...
I actually went to school with his son, Dickie Pride, who later was a pro-golfer for a minute.
Know a girl whose name is Satin, but spelled Satan.
Somewhere in Utah (if they haven’t moved), there is a boy named Voldemort. VOLDEMORT. My friend’s child went to daycare with him.
Aunesty (Pronounced Honesty) 🙄
My cousin’s friend wanted her son to have a biblical name so he would grow up with good morals. She called him Herod.
Sputnik. I'm serious. Kid on my street.
Immaculate Frostbite is a real boy's name from Alberta, Canada baby names database (early 90s).
I worked in a kindergarten awhile ago and there was a child named 'Creamy.' The parents spoke English really well as well so they knew what it meant. I never asked...but always judged.