It's becoming an epidemic when people are choosing the worst possible English names, so this one guy has set up a website that aids Chinese people in selecting better-sounding names. Ones that people won't ridicule! Check it out below.

The service was started by Lindsay Jernigan - and it is a naming service for Chinese students, employees, or people who need a foreign name.

It charges 148 yuan to provide name suggestions.

Which is bizarre, since people can Google some suggestions.

Jernigan had the idea when she had co-workers in Shanghai with names like Apple, Boat, and Olilia.

This is definitely not the names you want to give your kids:

Or yourself.