Parents, face it: No matter what you name your child, they’ll never be as cool as the original Queen of Summer.
“I shall call her/him Jesse, bitch!”
And after your child is named after Elsa, you will raise her to know every song on the Frozen soundtrack.
Just pray the baby’s first word isn’t “yolo.”
But first you need a girl. May the odds be ever in your favour.
Jennifer is already a common name, but J-Law has become the center of our pop culture-obsessed universe, so no doubt she’ll be influencing parents around the world in the future.
You can name your child after the character from a book series that made your sex drive overheat. Or maybe you’re just a big wrestling fan. Either one.
Because Harry is already too common.
Either The Goo Goo Dolls are making a comeback this year, or Avicii is going to do a remix of their song.
Do you want your son to have the most bad-ass name on the planet? Because naming him “Archer” is how you give them the most bad-ass name on the planet.
We’ve all watched her on our sick days.
After her award winning performance in 12 Years A Slave she then went on to become a fashionista, turning every head on the red carpet in the process.
Don’t forget to adopt a boy named Ryan, and you can have your own Cohen family, complete with Chrismukkah!
It will prompt your child to adapt this playboy’s lavish lifestyle.
And while we’re on the topic of adopting lifestyles from movies in 2013, we can’t forget about Jay Gatsby’s.
It would be a great name for any little girl wanting to grow up with one facial expression for the rest of their life.
Here’s hoping that they’ll also have a dog named Jake, too.
It’s unique and it sounds like a coffee. In 5 years time we’re gonna have a problem with the amount of girls with this name.
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