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Would You Do This?
Would You Do This?

So the internet.  It’s good for lots of stuff.  You can find almost anything you can imagine on the internet.  So this couple is hoping to find a name for their daughter there.  Seriously.  They have asked the internet for help in naming their daughter.  They even have a website, Namemydaughter.com.  It seems like a legit thing they’re doing.

His name is Stephen, and he’s letting you vote on his daughters first and middle name.  As of this writing, the leading name is Cthulhu All-Spark.  (Hence the picture)  Which I think is awesome.  But of the top 15 names listed, I think I like Megatron Of-The-Sea, Slagathor Salad, and Zelda Hero.  Of all those, I would probably go with Zelda Hero because that’s awesome.  But I wold completely dig Cthulhu All-Spark.  I mean, who would mess with someone with that name?

So what do you think?  Would you let the internet name your child?

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