Selecting the name of your baby is one of the first decisions you make for your little one. Some of us go traditional, some of us go trendy but paying homage to your favorite fast food joint is a new one. 

There are no endorsement offers, no big payday attached to deciding to name their precious baby after their favorite fast food chain.  It is low-hanging fruit given that their last name is also Bell.

Clara and Trey Bell are obsessed with Mexican food (I’m sure you see where this is going) so they decided to name their son Taco, as in Taco Bell. 

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Of course, they're sharing the naming selection process on TikTok and people are weighing in.  One person wanted to know, why not pick “jingle” as a first name?  Seems like a reasonable question being that the holidays are around the corner. Wait for it, this gets better...

As luck would have it, there is now more opportunity to use their list of creative names because they're going to have twins!  

What will the other baby’s name be?  Looks like they settled on Tinker. 

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You just can’t make this stuff up.  Taco and Tinker are already social media stars since mom and dad have been posting sonogram photos online. Remember a time when being inside your mother’s womb in your birthday suit was a private matter?  Can you imagine if those babies only knew thousands of people are watching them online?  Yep, this is a weird world. 

Seriously though, how exactly do you yell at your kid when they are acting up?  "Taco knock it off!  Tinker get back here!"  I feel like no one will take you seriously, especially the kids.

What is the weirdest baby name you’ve encountered? If you are curious, here are the Bells in action on their joint TikTok.

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