Is it bad practice to make fun of the dead? I think most people would say yes, we call visiting a grave ‘paying your respects’ after all, but what if you don’t know who they were? Just about everyone who’s been to a cemetery has stumbled across a stone with a silly name on it, and sometimes you can’t help but giggle. Is that bad? Well, they’re dead, so who cares.

That’s what the Twitter account Actual Names thinks, and the people behind it have been tweeting out silly names of laymen from throughout history since 2014. Here are 34 of their funniest finds.

Of course, genitalia is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of funny names, even a kindergartner will tell you that, and plenty of names take heavy inspiration from the private parts; especially dicks. So if you have a dumb name, at least be thankful your name isn’t, Tiny L Cockman, born in 1950, according to the U.S. census. 

While some people have an unfortunate and unchangeable surname, surely even the most irresponsible parents must realize that combining it with certain first names is a crime against a child.

Remember, names are important. Eventually, they might be the only record of you left, and it would be a shame if people thought you were a “Richard Cockhead.” (England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975.)