Nonsensical combinations of English nouns tend to show poorly in the global name market, and many would argue the same should be true of Pandabags. Remarkably, it is not. In fact, Pandabags’ popularity has been growing at an accelerating rate since its 2001 release. At least part of this popularity is due to the name’s flawlessly unisex construction, but that alone can’t account for these numbers. Today, one out of every thousand children is named Pandabags. As for tomorrow, it’s anyone’s guess.
“Well, I’ve got Pandabags in the other room, and she says this whole thing was your idea.”