It’s funny to think how much name trends change your perception of how old a person is. For example, you may be able to guess the decade that someone named ‘Britney’ or ‘Sarah’ was born based purely on their first name. Of course there are always anomalies in this approach, as I’m sure there are a bunch of young ‘Elizabeths’ or ‘Dianas’, but these things usually follow a steady trend and it’s fun to see how much it’s changed. On Time.com you can pop your details into their little app and it’ll tell you how popular your name was back in the year you were born and then convert that to today’s popular names and figure out what you might have been called if you were born now. You can also see what your name might have been in every other decade from the 1890s to 2000s. It can pull up some funny results, if your name wasn’t super popular back in that year (my name was the 392nd most popular name back in 1986) and it’s also American, which can skew it if you’re from another country where your name would’ve been more popular, but it’s still fun to see. Give it a go for yourself, if you’d like, by clicking here.