A near pathological trend in baby naming where parents take the boy's name "Aiden" and try and sound creative with it. The result is an emerging generation of "Aidens, Aydens, Aidens, Aedans, Braydens, Braidens, Braedens, Caydens, Caidens, Caedens, Draydens, Draidens, Draedens, Draytons, Haydens, Haidens, Haedens, Jaydens, Kaydens, Kaidens, Kaedans, Jaidens, Jaedens, Maydens, Naydens, Phaydens, Zaydens....
One study done in the UK reveals that school teachers are finding this baby-naming trend challenging in the classroom.
" Doc, I can't handle it, all my pupils have the same name, I mean all their names rhyme, ... I mean...there's like some sort of aydenistic trend going on with young mothers nowadays...can you bump up my Ativan to maybe 2 milligrams?"
"How about we try you on Valium for a while, it's a longer acting tranquilizer..."
December 25, 2009