When it comes to choosing a name for your baby, very little seems to be off limits nowadays.
Sure, there are a few rules to follow, with some names actually banned both here in Australia and overseas, but as long as you steer clear of anything obscene or offensive, pretty much anything goes.
Now, a new mum has taken to her TikTok account to unveil the unique name she chose for her baby. And perhaps anticipating some less-than-flattering remarks, she turned off the comments before the video went viral .?
Watch the video above.
Tawnee is a young mother from North America who regularly shares videos about life with four children, the youngest of which is a newborn.
Yesterday she posted a video to coincide with the US and Canadian holiday Thanksgiving, in which she revealed her baby's unusual moniker.
The 14-second video starts with a glimpse of the newborn's feet. Across the screen is written, "Baby girl's name reveal."
The camera then pans up to show the baby lying on her back beside a peg board where her name has been spelled out: Mention Love.
The video, which was set to the song, Can't Help Falling in Love, was uploaded with the comment, "Happy Thanksgiving" and the hashtags #foryou #fyp #namereveal #uniquenames #babynames #momcontent #newborn.
It has so far amassed more than 426,000 views and 33,000 likes ?
A TikTok user took to the platform earlier this year to reveal his extremely unusual name in response to a question from a TikToker who asked, "Your mum had nine months to think of your name and she named you??"
In response, he flashed what is believed to be a copy of his birth certificate from the Canadian province of British Columbia, which showed his given name was AK-47 DYLAN.
An AK-47 is an assault rifle which was developed in the Soviet Union.
In response to a commenter who asked what people called him, he replied, "Dylan, because it's not scary."
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