If you've ever fancied a name change then you might want to try becoming a Karen, and before you say no... you may be able to get paid for it.
The name has been declining in popularity in recent years and it's not hard to see why considering it's pretty much become an insult.
You've probably heard people who are not called Karen be referred to as 'a Karen', and that'll conjure up images of certain hairstyles and incessant demands to see the manager because they want to complain.
The name has become so synonymous for someone entitled and demanding that there's a whole chain of restaurants where you get horrible service named after being a Karen.
One of our intrepid team members actually joined the ranks of Karen's Diner staff for a day to find out what being a Karen was all about, it turns out it's mostly being horrible to the people you encounter.
Since the name Karen has become a bit of an insult, it's so surprise that many parents no longer want to be saying it to their kids for the rest of their lives.
However, Radio 1 DJ Matt Edmondson is getting concerned at the lack of Karens in the world and has decided to stump up his own cash in an attempt to remedy that problem.
He wants to save the name from extinction and has promised to pay 100 people to legally have their names changed to Karen in the hopes that it'll get the ball rolling on saving the name for future generations.
Edmondson decided to launch the initiative after seeing that the number of children being born with the name Karen had dropped below 500, and if this trend persists there'll soon be no Karens left at all.
He told the Metro he wanted to show there was a difference between being called Karen as a 'shorthand for someone complaining' and it actually being your name when you're 'more than likely a lovely person'.
As part of his further efforts to save the name he's also launching a board game called Karen, with the disclaimer that not all Karens are Karens, if you get my meaning.
He also said if he had another child he'd call them Karen as part of the effort to reclaim the name.
Sadly, if you were hoping to be rolling in cash by becoming a Karen you won't come out of this venture with any sort of profit as Edmondson is only planning to stump up the £42.44 it costs to have your name legally changed via deed poll.
At best you're going to break even on this whole thing, but if you've ever wanted to be called Karen and felt like the cost of changing your name was holding you back from this lifelong dream now's your chance to change all that.