Depends what you might have been lumbered with by unthinking parents. Or maybe they were thinking!
It’s one thing having a name which stands out, is never forgotten, but it’s an entirely different receptacle full of aquatic creatures to have one which may be a constant source of ridicule throughout your life.
A survey of British names has come up with quite a few ‘good uns’. These are all living, breathing people.
Albert Hall and his son, Jim Hall
I was at school with someone called Robert Rabbit and a couple of years ago met someone called Abbie Wood. Also had a regular customer a few years back whose name was Plukker. Not too bad, until he told me his first name was Dik.