By: Jessica Cherok
The graduation announcements of the class of 2033 will sound a lot like your Instagram filters. According to BabyCenter.com, some of the biggest baby names for 2015 have been inspired by how people have showcased their food.
The Kelvin filter made your Mexican meal look so amazing that one time, so why not name your baby after it? Maybe it will bring the same amazing warmth to your son. No, little Ludwig is not named after van Beethoven; he's an Instagram filter.
Certainly, this is not the first time people have named their children something weird. After all, the ’60s happened, and celebrities are notorious for being especially creative. Of course, we all remember the baby named Espn.
Perhaps somewhere out there is a little Wiiu.
It shouldn't be surprising that as ingrained as tech and social media are in our everyday lives, babies would start being named after them. It happened with cars.
So, in addition to the Game of Thrones kids and the Hunger Games tributes' tribute babies, there is now a whole hoard of little filter children. Graduation ceremonies will be like a blast from the past for parents, watching a parade of shows, games, and apps move on to bright collegiate aspirations.
Jessica Cherok is an advocate for online privacy, campaigning for ethical data practices and the protection of personal privacy.
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