You know how it's said that people start to look like their name? And you can't imagine that person with any other name? Well, what about just an older version of their name, or a name that completely fits their personality but just in a different time? All throughout history, names have taken on many variations, and some names were just completely new to everyone. But the names that have stood the test of time, or have been updated for the times, are still very relevant. Old-fashioned names sort of become root names for more modern ones. If you like the name Kelly but don't love it, try Kelsey.
You might be wondering how it's even possible to assign names to someone that aren't in fact their names. Names are also about personality, when you really think about it. Why are the names "Chad" and "Brad" used to describe typical American, white, college frat boys? Because you've met so many of them with that persona that now it just sticks. Why are the names "Stacy" and "Becky" associated with basic white girls? Same reason. Of course, this is never a blanket statement, but it works. So which name would you have had in the '60s based on your personality? Take this quiz to find out!