How to Choose a Baby Name

(Jeff Wysaski/Pleated Jeans)

I don't see the problem. One Direction Farrier would have been a perfectly good name. Or, for something more traditional, we could have chosen Slayer Farrier. But I never win arguments with my wife and had to pay for the legal name change from my own pocket.

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If I had any kids (which fortunately for the world's gene pool I don't), my first would've been Weird Al (or Weird Alice). After that, I would've p'd off every teacher my child would ever face with a kid named Yes, and just confused them with Bonzo Dog Band and Oingo Boingo with one touch of relative normal from Steely Dan.
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