The SELF council’s real estate queen has revealed the top five boys’ names you’ll find on the block.
Lily Dee, 33, has revealed the most common names used from her own experience growing up on a council estate.
And her hilarious observations are gone go viral on TikTok with over five million views.
“We are ready for this, of course we are.
“In fifth place, we have Oliver, Olly.
“It was a classy name at first but then it spilled over to council residences and now Oliver is running all over the place.”
Two names came in fourth for Lily, who couldn’t decide which got the spot.
“Charlie and Riley, they could share fourth place,” she describes both as “nice guys who always steal dust hats from neighbors’ cars.”
“Neighbors always come around to initiate, ‘He stole those hats again!”
“In third place, we’ve got good old Connor.
“Our child, that is an appropriate estate name for that council.
“Where’s Connor? Oh, he got caught, yeah, stole two packs of bacon from Tesco again.”
“In second place, it has to be Reece.
“Lovely little thing, but would love to make double balloons bounce off school roofs and crack your neck with laughter.”
Rounding out the list, Lily shares the number one boys name you’ll find on a council estate.
“Are we ready for this? The council’s most famous estate… Kane.
“Oh Kane will t**t you!”
Viewers of the video loved the name of Lily, who wrote “the exact number 1, goodbye.”
“I just KNOW Connor and Reese will be on the list!” A second viewer wrote.
Many were shocked when the names ‘Calum’ and ‘Tyler’ did not make the list, “Can’t believe Calum and Tyler didn’t make the list.”
Another user added: “I was waiting to see a ‘Tyler’ and was a bit disappointed.”
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