When you have a name like Rachel Moss it's bloomin' difficult to find a Twitter/Instagram/Snapchat handle that hasn't already been taken.
But in the grand scheme of things, having a boring name isn't all that bad.
In comparison, having an unusual name, or one that's the same as a celebrity, is far more challenging, as proven by the hashtag #GrowingUpWithMyName....
Teacher: ok guys I'm going to take role, sorry if say your name wrong— kwaku ® (@kwakuQadu11) June 28, 2016
Teacher: Is it hajfjdkdhcjzks?
Me: it's kwaku
Never pronounced right— kiwi ☁ (@larryftjustin_) June 28, 2016
Never spelled right
You wont find it on a Coca Cola bottle
You wont find it on a key chain
Never, ever, ever, ever finding souvenirs saying 'Rishma'. #GrowingUpWithMyName— Rishma Dosani (@Rishma_Dosani) June 28, 2016
being asked if I want to build a snowman at any given opportunity #GrowingUpWithMyName— Elsa (@Heartbeat_elss) June 28, 2016
*at starbucks*— rainrain (@ainroble) June 28, 2016
#GrowingUpWithMyName— aries (@seventhdemigod) June 28, 2016
"Hi, I'm Aries."
"No my name is-"
"Shut up Cancer"
That awkward silence when the substitute teacher tries to pronounce something & u already know its your name— tahoora (@1DizzleftBizzle) June 28, 2016
Person: What's your name?— Mostafa (@SolerMostafa) June 28, 2016
Person: OHHHH like the lion king?
Me: Just call me Mufasa 😒😂🦁#GrowingUpWithMyName