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Baby boys and frat bros have a lot in common. For one thing, they both tend to shit themselves in public. For another thing... oh, fuck it, I think you get where I'm going with this. Below are 2014's 25 most common names for American boys, according to BabyCenter.com. They were sorted by popularity, and I've included those rankings below for posterity. Now, I'm going to assign each of these male names a ranking for frattiness, because as everyone knows, the true measure of popularity is being in a frat.
Now, before you take my word as Greek gospel, you'll probably want to hear my credentials. Fair! I'm not a doctor, nor do I play one on TV, but you can trust me, because A) I was a baby boy once, and B) I was also in a fraternity at the University of Virginia. I believe these two life experiences qualify me to make nonsensical prima facie predictions on the prospective pledge-ability of our nation's male future. Cool? Cool. Cool! To the rankings!