I combined two names for a unique take on what to call my child, people say it's 'cruel and unusual' | The Sun

A WOMAN has said that someone combined two names for more unique options and both were "awful."

An anonymous Redditor shared the interesting baby names that one user even deemed "cruel and unusual."

Answering the question "What's the worst name you've ever heard," one user decided to chime in with one parent's strange wordsmithing.

"Jessipher. And Jennica," the user wrote.

"Both Jessica/Jennifer combos. Both awful."

The names sparked a huge debate in the thread, with some Redditors thinking the concept was idiotic while others felt the names were kind of interesting.

"Even in the Harry Potter universe Jessipher would be considered cruel and unusual," one person wrote.

Another person said: "Jessipher sounds like it's a tool people user on cars."

"I knew of someone named Jannifer….not as bad as Jessipher but probably worse than Jennica."

Several users said they had actually heard the name Jennica before and agreed it's not that bad.

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"You know, I kind of like Jennica," someone said.

Another responded with: "It's the less offensive of the two, I think."

"Yeah I probably wouldn't think twice if I heard it," a different Redditor commented.

However, others still hated the name combo despite hearing it before.

"Jenica is actually a nickname I call my friend due to her handwriting making the S's in her name look like an N," a user said.

"I don't know why people would do that on purpose."

And other users toyed with the concept of combining names to make some hilarious jokes.

"Hmmm? I really like the name Jennifer but I promised my mom I'd name her after grandma Lucy," the user teased.

"Oh I got it! Lucipher!"

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