Back in the 60s, things were mighty different than they are today! From free love and vinyl albums to Cream magazine and drive-ins; not much about the 60s is as popular today, including the names! What would your name have been if you were born in 1960? Would it be anything like your name today? Let's find out with this revealing quiz!
START THE QUIZ!
Which high school stereotype were you?
Which high school dance was always your favorite?
You've screwed up big at work. How do you avoid getting fired?
Admit to my mistake.
Avoid mentioning it.
Tell my boss face to face.
Blame someone else.
Quit and never go back.
Which 60's artist holds a place in your heart?
The Rolling Stones
The Beach Boys
What would you eat if you wanted to feel nostalgic for the past?
A pineapple upside down cake
What's your biggest pet peeve about modern times?
People are too self focused.
There's too much technology.
All of the cameras everywhere.
The fast pace.
The cost of everything.
Does Jello ever belong in casserole form?
Yes, it's delicious!
No, let Jello be jello.
What was your New Year's resolution this year?
To get a better job.
To lose five pounds.
To find true love.
To travel more.
To meet new people.
What's the last food you made from scratch?
If you were forced to get involved with your school play, what kind of role would you take?
If you were born in the 1960s, your name would have been Lisa! During this decade, Lisa was the most popular name given to baby girls. It is a Hebrew name meaning ‘God is satisfaction.’ Even if you’re not religious, you embody the meaning of this name in the way you lead your life everyday. You’re also quite popular, just like this name used to be!
If you were born in the 1960s, your name would have been Mary! Mary was the second most popular baby girl name given during this decade of change and peace. The name itself means ‘wished for child!’ You’ve always been someone who dreams big and finds peace where others see conflict or loss of hope. You’re definitely a Mary!
If you were born in the 1960s, your name would have been Susan! Susan was actually the third most popular girl’s name in the 60s, making it a popular choice for many new parents. The name itself means ‘Lily’ which is perfect for a unique flower such as yourself. You’ve always been the type that was all about peace, love and understanding!
If you were born in the 1960s, your name would have been Karen! During this decade, Karen was the fourth most popular girl’s name. Karen is a name of Danish origin which means ‘pure.’ Even though you are totally pure of heart, you’re also a spitfire who isn’t afraid to stand up for what she believes in. You’re a total karen!
If you were born in the 1960s, your name would have been Kimberly! During this decade, Kimberly was the fifth most popular girl’s name. Kimberly is a name which means ‘wood clearing or exposure.’ From the time you were little, you cared about the environment and doing your part. Much like the hippies of the 60s, you see something that needs help and you do your best to make the changes needed a reality1