THE trend for original baby names has led parents to use random sequences of letters like Lllrdwnnq.
Researchers found that child naming trends have moved on from WW2 bomber pilot names and hippy-sounding things like ’Noon’ towards just randomly bashing a keyboard then calling their kid whatever emerges.
Emma Bradford, mother of six-month-old Rbkdq, said: “My child is unique and so is his name.
“In fact we’re quite fluid about the spelling of it, partly because it has no vowels which makes it quite hard to remember. Some days it’s ‘Rbkdq’ and other days its ‘Rwqqw’.
“Sometimes people ask me how it’s pronounced and I just glare at them as if they’re morons. I actually find it quite offensive.”
Tom and Louise Logan called their daughter ‘Twegbneroi’. Tom said: “It could be the name of a mystical tribe of peace-loving badger people who existed before the dinosaurs.
“It’s not though. It’s just us trying really, really hard to be different.”