Once knew a dude with Lancelot for a middle name. Man that guy got stick for that. Not proper bullying (I don't think), but for like 2 days we called him Lancelot.
Anyway, how about James?
I like to think I'll name my kid "Bog standard name 12", mainly because I feel it'll be more up to them to shape who they'll be rather than being forced to be zany because their name meant they've always stood out.
Don't know if you've hatched yet, but for what it's worth my favorite boy names are:
Or that's what I'd name my sons in the off chance there is some sort of nuclear holocaust which causes my boyfriend to mutate and grow ovaries and a uterus, thus allowing me to accidentally knock him him.
'Dovakhiin' I grant is an appalling name, but I for one am in love with these two characters.
Even a name like mine - Charlie - was enough to get me bullied for having a 'girls name' and it's a gender neutral one. You try to minimize the opportunities for bullying, starting with the name.
What about Dolan?
Everyone loves Dolan.
David. Studies show children with common names tend to be happier. For the first sixteen years a unique name is a curse, and after that it blossoms into an interesting story that everyone wants to hear about and you don't want to tell. At least, not after the twentieth time.
Seek the approval of others and you'll forever be their slave.