Everything is fair love and baby names. Or we are led to believe, especially after Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and musician Grimes named their son X Æ A-Xii Musk. Yes, we don’t know how to pronounce it, but Elon said the pronunciation of “Æ” is Ash. Now, another baby is named with an unconventional name, which has caused a sensation on the Internet and has become popular within a few days after birth. his name? HTML, just like what we see in the URL. Yes, his name represents this.

Hypertext Markup Language Rayo Pascual was born on June 10th in a couple in Santa Maria, Bulacan, Philippines. One of the child’s parents is a web developer. The baby’s aunt posted information about his birth and name on Facebook, and the news quickly became popular, attracting more than 12,000 responses and 9,000 shares.

“Welcome to this world, HTML”, his aunt wrote in the caption of his photo. His aunt’s name on Facebook is Sincere Pascal.

This is the post:

The comment section shows that people are very happy with their parents’ decision.

A user jokingly asked the baby what his HTML was. Archie Espadilla commented: “I bet his first sentence must be’Hello world!'”.

Another user, Lai Marcelo, wrote: “For my future son/daughter, you will be named ESXI or SDN or UTP or TCP or SDWAN or Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) or XML.”

Uziel Almeida Oliveira has similar brain waves. “I would suggest that my daughter give this name to my grandson or granddaughter,” Oliveira said.

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Two users Gil Rovero and Jaydee Magtibay just want to know why the parents named the baby HTML.

Rovero wrote: “There are many programming languages ​​in the world, why HTML? Try Vanilla JS, Ruby, Swift, Haskell, Julia, Lua”, Magtibay said parents can also try other “cute” names, such as “Ruby, Julia , Haskell”.

From a different perspective, some comments criticized parents for giving their children unusual names like HTML. Jerry Macian is one of them. The user commented that this was “complete psychological abuse”.

Do you know someone with an unusual or fashionable name? Let us know in the comments.