One parent wanted to give their child a unique name, but critics are vehemently opposed.
They said it was in the “Top 5 Worst of All Time” and sort of sounded like a speech impediment.
An anonymous Redditor u/Spontaneously Yam shared the parent’s post they stumbled upon on a forum.
“I’m thinking about naming my daughter Quiftopher, after my grandparents Quinn and Florence, and both pops are Christopher,” they explained.
“I love the name but have had mixed feedback.”
While parents may be obsessed with the unique name, others were less than thrilled.
“This kid will be named Queeftopher for the rest of his life,” joked one commenter.
“It sounds like someone is trying to say ‘Christopher’ with food in their mouth,” said another.
Some couldn’t believe how awful the name was: “This could make the top 5 worst R/Namenerds posts of all time,” said one reviewer.
“The worst part is that I’m not even surprised. There are some absolute psychos on this subreddit.”
“If you want it to sound like a speech impediment, make it whole. Quiftopha,” suggested another.
Others agreed that the name sounded a little farfetched.
“That’s just Christopher with a speech impediment,” joked a third.