Mothers focus on popular British baby names and reveal their most HOMEN

It's awkward and uncomfortable! & # 39 ;: Mothers focus on popular British baby names and reveal their most HOMEN

  • Mumsnet discussion was entitled What you would never call a child and why & # 39;
  • It saw hundreds of reactions from users describing their irrational antipathies
  • Some users associated names with rude words, while others stated that some names were simply used too much

Bhvishya Patel for mailonline

Users of Mumsnet have revealed their least favorite baby names and why they would never choose an online post.

The discussion, titled & # 39; What would you never call a child and why? & # 39; saw parents write down the names of whom they had a certain dislike earlier this week.

Among the popular British monikers that appeared on the list were Mia, Amelia and Flora.

Users of Mumsnet have revealed their least favorite baby names earlier this week in an online post titled "What would you never call a child and why?"

Users of Mumsnet have revealed their least favorite baby names earlier this week in an online post titled "What would you never call a child and why?"

Some users described how certain names are "awkward and uncomfortable"; sounded, while others stated that some names were simply used too much at this time.

Other names also seemed to be associated with rude words.

On the website a user wrote: & # 39; I would never give a child a name Mia = miss in action.

Mia, Amelia, Alice and Grace were among the least favorite names that appeared on the online post

Mia, Amelia, Alice and Grace were among the least favorite names that appeared on the online post

Mia, Amelia, Alice and Grace were among the least favorite names that appeared on the online post

Baby names and users comments about them

-Amelia: & # 39; Only used a bit now & # 39;

-Mia: It can also mean & # 39; missing in action & # 39;

-Jackson: & # 39; I do not get the last name as the first trend & # 39;

-Madison: & # 39; It ends in & # 39; & # 39; son & # 39; So really does not belong to a girl & # 39;

-Grace: & # 39; There are few accents that gracefully say & # 39;

-Lesley: & # 39; Just do not get excited about its sound & # 39;

-Amelie: & # 39; I think it sounds clumsy and uncomfortable & # 39;

-Flora: & # 39; Let me think of bacteria & # 39;

-Graham: & # 39; It sounds like & # 39; Gray Ham & # 39;

& # 39; Or Cameron, what if she marries a man named Cameron and then she is called Cameron Cameron? & # 39;

Another person said: "Anything ending in" -den ", ie Jayden, Kayden, Hayden etc. Do not know why, it just does itch my teeth. & # 39;

While another user wrote: "Francesca.

& # 39; It's a pretty name, but I had a terrible name at school (she was not nice to me) and could not use it. The name is forever infected! & # 39;

The online discussion saw hundreds of online users respond to the funny message to broadcast their irrational antipathies.

Another user commented: "Mabel, Ethel, or Alice …. still sounds incredibly frumpy to me despite their recent popularity."

While another wrote: & # 39; I would not call a girl Madison. It ends in "son" so really does not belong to a girl. & # 39;

A user named the names & # 39; Jack, Sam, Oliver, Olivia, Isabelle, Amelia & # 39; if & # 39; just used a bit about now & # 39 ;, while another one said: "I find Emma and David pretty boring names. & # 39;

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