THEY can usually be found in shops in holiday hotspots.
But children with unique names often struggle to find personalised gifts with their moniker on, as Samantha Richardson explained in a video on her TikTok page.
Sharing a clip of her three kids searching through the racks of name signs and keyrings, she wrote: "POV Your parents give you unique names so you can never find a souvenir."
Samantha and her husband chose the names Evangeline, Graham andBlaire – who's nicknamed Blaire Bear.
People were quick to relate to Samantha's video in the comments section, with one called Jana writing: "Yep. I feel her pain."
"Grew up with my brother and sister being Ben and Amy," another added.
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"Then I got Zilphia. I feel this one."
"HONESTLY LIKE MY NAMES Ayzea SO I CAN ONLY GET CUSTOM MADE ONES," a third wrote.
While someone else called Hilary commented: "yuuuuup my name was never on anything.
"And then when Hillary Clinton rose to prominence it was there but not spelled the way my name is."
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But others insisted they'd had the opposite problem because their names were too common.
"I can't relate my name is Anna and it's quite common," one wrote.
"On the opposite end of the spectrum," Christina added.
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"My name is so common I still don’t find my name because it’s sold out lol."
But someone else commented: "My name's molly and I can never find it it’s quite common."
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