Hello, My Name Is Pabst: Baby Names for Nonconformist, Indie, Geeky, DIY, Hipster, and Alterna-Parents of Every Kind

Hello My Name Is Pabst Baby Names for Nonconformist Indie Geeky DIY Hipster and Alterna Parents of Every Kind Finally for alternaparents everywhere the baby naming book that will ensure that your baby has the coolest most unique name on the playground Ashley and Jaden Over Atari Bedford Sailor Puma Oh s

  • Title: Hello, My Name Is Pabst: Baby Names for Nonconformist, Indie, Geeky, DIY, Hipster, and Alterna-Parents of Every Kind
  • Author: Miek Bruno Kerry Sparks
  • ISBN: 9780770435936
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • Finally, for alternaparents everywhere, the baby naming book that will ensure that your baby has the coolest, most unique name on the playground Ashley and Jaden Over Atari, Bedford, Sailor, Puma Oh so in Indie leaning alternaparents of every kind, from geeks to Goths, are all grown up and procreating, and they want names that reflect the individuality they pride themFinally, for alternaparents everywhere, the baby naming book that will ensure that your baby has the coolest, most unique name on the playground Ashley and Jaden Over Atari, Bedford, Sailor, Puma Oh so in Indie leaning alternaparents of every kind, from geeks to Goths, are all grown up and procreating, and they want names that reflect the individuality they pride themselves on Hello, My Name Is Pabst shows them how to put their stamp on baby naming, injecting fun into what can be an otherwise contentious process Names are thematically arranged into lists including Names You Can Drink at the Bar Jager, Hennessey , Names That Fit Into Skinny Jeans Vette, Plank , Vegan and Gluten Free Names Miso, Quinoa , and Names to CTRL C and CTRL V Adobe, Helvetica Also included are tipsters for sparking naming creativity, such as opening a box of crayons or scanning the credits of a foreign film Pabst presents a whole new approach to baby naming for a whole new generation of parents who want names that look good on a tote bag and kick ass at the playground.

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  • This strange book came in our delivery today at the library. Being that I pretend to be a nonconformist, I HAD to read this book. I mean what could be better than naming your child "Missile Crisis", "Moon Shine", or my personal favorite "EEEE." Nothing will make child stand out more and lead to subsequent bullying and lost job prospects than one of these horrendous names. But then again who needs popularity and money when you're a hipster?I would also like to point out that my name is on the lis [...]



  • Fun! This is a really quirky name book, and fun to read even if you're not thinking about naming a child. I'm just interested in names and found lots of these ridiculous and hilarious.


  • I'd recommend this verysay it with meironic name book to authors in need of unique characters before I ever passed it over to an expectant mother.



  • I came across this book as part of a memorable first visit to the library in downtown Seattle. (Of course.) It's difficult to rate baby name books solely on whether they yielded solid name prospects (yes, a few), but I'm beginning to prefer curated collections such as this one and "A is for Atticus" regardless. These slim volumes are more manageable and much more absorbing than your typical bargain book baby name dictionary. "Hello, My Name is Pabst" is consistently clever and quotable, and almo [...]


  • Years ago (in my baby-naming days) there was a baby names website I was addicted to. It was something like, "Babies named a bad, bad thing" or something equally fun. There were sections for posting bad name sightings, polls, overheard names, etc. Some of the names were appalling. Not just attempts for uniqueness, but some that were actually gringe-worthy. I pitied these children.This book brought back the baby name humor. I actually laughed out loud at some of the names. The only drawback was th [...]


  • For anyone who wants a truly unique baby name, this is the book for you. The chapters are organized by theme instead of alphabetically or by meaning: "Names for Your Little Gardener," "Names That Could Rock a Miranda July Haircut," "Names That Look Good Painted on a Food Truck," "Brew Your Own Craft Beer Names," and "Boys-Who-Are-Girls-Who-Are-Girls-Who-Are-Boys Names," plus many other outrageous and hilarious categories. Although most of the names are a little too eccentric for my taste, I give [...]


  • If shock value is your goal, here is the naming book for you. BE WARNED: Other parents will absolutely judge you before meeting youO Any name you think up or choose on your own is better than the names in this books. I thought I was liberal in my name choosing, but you really can't beat the names suggested here. This book is truly for those going out of their way to find a term never before used as a name.


  • Dying of laughter while reading this out loud to my mother. Yeah, only useful when not taken completely seriously, and it probably won't help you pick out a baby name anytime soon, this is not the be all end all book of names that are cool, but won't get your child ridiculed. And if the cover didn't tell you that, I don't know what to say.But it is something I want on my shelf, if only to pull out and show to my as yet nonexistent child, at least I didn't name you thorax. Or gravel.


  • At first I wasn't sure if this was a joke or not. Some of the names are real and I know plenty of people using them. However some are completely off the wall or inappropriate so I'm sure they are indeed making fun of people and their crazy names. It is a super quick read as each chapter is 2 pages long and dedicated to a "genre" of names.


  • This book is not at all particularly helpful at helping prospective parents name their spawn, with the exception of some genuine suitable names, but it does make for a decent laugh and jab at 'nonconformist, hipsters of any kind'. Not sure if this book was trolling or being genuine. For that I will give it 3 stars.


  • I'm 16 weeks pregnant and we're trying to pick potential names for the baby. Reading this book aloud to one another relieved some of the anxiety of this decision and gave us a great laugh. Most of the names are things I would never go for, but there were some that gave us interesting ideas and lots of amusement.


  • This book caught my eye while I was browsing through my library and I just couldn't resist looking through it. Some of the names are so ridiculous it made me laugh out loud, and the commentary and introductions by the authors were hilarious! Definitely more of a fun read than a real baby names book. =)


  • A bemusing collection of extravagant naming options, divided by the parents' area of interest: java, urban lumberjack, micro-brewing, handmade arts, etc. I think my next cat will be named Minnow. Or Gravel.


  • A very funny read. Different from every other baby name book I've seen. Lots of clever ideas for coming up with a name you like.





  • There was a handful of names I didn't hate, but I sincerely hope the other 97% were supposed to be jokes. Only the most try-hard hipsters would take a majority of these suggestions seriously.



  • Best baby name book ever! Super funny. I think I read it cover to cover just to make sure I didn't miss any of the hilarious "names" listed.




  • This book was fun. Don't expect to really pick your baby name from this book (but you could if you are way out there). It was a nice break from typical baby name books.







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