We all know those parents who risk setting their newborn up for a life of playground teasing, odd glances and spelling mistakes by naming them something errr unique â€“ like Lettice, Gypsy-Angel and Django-Wolf â€“ to suit just how special they are.
But sometimes, a baby name just irks you for no good reason at all.
Perhaps its only offence is because itâ€™s too common, double-barrelled, also a flower, or ends in â€˜Maeâ€™ (yep, really).
Some very normal names have been revealed by Netmums users as their most hated â€“ and the rather inoffensiveÂ Destiny, Daisy-Mae and Joshua have made the list.
Mums havenâ€™t been holding back on a message thread titled â€˜Names you dislike/ donâ€™t get?â€™ about the rather regular monikers they canâ€™t help hold an aversion to.
â€œAbsolutely any name with Mae at the end or double barrelled Lily and Grace,â€ wrote one user.
â€œThey are nice enough of their own drop the Mae. Itâ€™s so popular I literally roll my eyes when someone tells me their child is something Mae.â€
Another singled out â€˜Daisy-Maeâ€™ in particular, adding that she also couldnâ€™t stand â€œcontrived, double names, such as Elliott-Leighâ€.
A third mum revealed her aversion to â€˜Teddyâ€™ and â€˜Freddyâ€™ and admitted that she was baffled herself about why she disliked them so much.
Meanwhile, another contributed: â€œI hate theme/pattern names, likeÂ â€˜James Jack Joshua and Johnâ€™, and â€˜Rose, Lily, Fern, Daisyâ€™ â€“ children are individuals, not part of a set!â€
One user openly said that the reason she wasnâ€™t a fan of â€˜Destinyâ€™ and â€˜Crystalâ€™ was due to the fact they are â€œchavvyâ€ and more appropriate for a â€œpornstarâ€.
â€œNames that are places (countries or cities) and names that are random words (i.e. fruits) just to be edgy,â€ the same lady added.
Another agreed with her: â€œAlso dislike place names, surnames, fruit names, seasons and weather names.â€
But, while some of the criticism might seem a little silly, other users were genuinely concerned about the future of those with â€œcutesyâ€ baby names.
â€œI dislike cutesy names like Poppet, Precious and Princess,â€ wrote one mum. â€œMost of the time those kids are horrible little brats because they have been treated like they are little princesses.â€
While another backed her up, noting: â€œCutesy wootsie baby names that would sound ridiculous when baby is a 50 year old accountant.â€
And, just in case youâ€™re naming a little one any time soon, the other names mums would rather you didnâ€™t call your childÂ includeâ€¦