Top Ten Struggles of Having a Common First NameTurkeyasylum I myself have a very common first name (Noah), so I truly understand the struggles of it. Here's only a few.
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My names not that common but in school there were two boys called George and we always called them George b or George c must have been so annoying
It's quite irritating to be honest. Or if you don't go by your first name and last initial, in a conversation, someone addresses "Noah" for example and you don't know which one, causing confusion. Some people even call me by my last name because it's so frustrating sometimes! - Turkeyasylum
In my class there are two people with the exactly SAME NAME! :0 - pApAsHiNy
One time, in my class, there was two people with the same name and last initialV 4 Comments
My name's meaning is literally 'unique' but ironically it is so common that the meaning is a joke.
"Names, if you've forgotten amongst all the excitement, have a utilitarian purpose... if your child has the same name as 10% of their school, let me tell you, you have failed." -Hank Green. - keycha1n
Michael is definitely a common name, even where I'm from. That's why I've always been called Mikey. - Garythesnail
I get that my name has a meaning to it (It means rest and comfort in Hebrew) but it doesn't sound unique to myself because there are so many other Noahs (I've tried counting and lost track! ). - Turkeyasylum
This really annoyed me back in 7th grade. There was this other Ethan in my grade that was getting all of the girls, making me feel as if I'd been replaced with a more athletic, snobby, smarter version of me. - ethanmeinster
My name is Carson, and there was also this senior kid in my chemistry class named after me. - creed99
My name is Jack which is very common and I have to deal with this. - Jackal2272
My name is generic. There are four other Andrews in my grade alone off the top of my head. Besides one (because he acts like a bipedophile), I feel outclassed by all of them. - WonkeyDude98V 2 Comments
When talking to someone about someone else, I have to bring up first and last names constantly due to how many people have similar names in my school. - Turkeyasylum
There are many names that end in Tina (Christina, Valentina, Martina) but not too many people just have Tina as a first name which isn't shortened - I don't really know of any at least. I quite like my name; it's petite and means "river".
P.S - Noah is a nice name. I haven't met anyone with that name. - Britgirl
I have 6 people in my class with the same first name and 2 with the same last initial. Theother frustrating thing is that we are all friends, and it can get confusing
People with really common names don't really get to have cool short names of themselves because their name is so commonly used, it almost becomes a routine to say it. - Turkeyasylum
I have what people in my grade consider "cool" as a nickname for me (just my first and last initials) and I hate it. They even act like Kaitlyn isn't my real name! - kaitlynrad11
My name is short and kind of common, so I agree with this one.
Like I said earlier, it almost feels like a routine to say it... - Turkeyasylum
Male names in general are bland, that's why I would name my boys (MANY years down the road) something from another language with a deep meaning. For girls, I'd stick with names like Cynthia, Rochelle, Celeste, or Brielle if they don't become too common. - Turkeyasylum
Noah, ain't too common! Either way, I think it's a nice name! - keycha1n
This is to you Turkeyasylum: Would my name be bland? It is Shawn - shawnmccaul22
Please, we know. My name's common as a bank on a business highway. - Turkeyasylum
So whenever the teacher calls on you for an answer, you both say it. - Bboymakinwitthefrekfreak
I always instinctively turn when someone says my name, even though there are probably ten other girls with my name in the room.
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3. You feel like you could be outshadowed by someone with the same name