I've seen that list before. I might be unreasonably pissed off because dd's (normal, old Germanic name) is on there but it's quite telling how many names from other cultures are on there. Normal, perfectly acceptable names just from different cultures.
Nothing but classist and xenophobic snobbery. The person who created it looks like the biggest bogan of all by exposing their sheer ignorance by including a lot of perfectly legitimate names from other cultures.
Diesel! I heard a mother call out Diesel in a supermarket a couple of weeks ago, and I hoped it was just a weird nickname, but now I realise he might have been named after the guitarist (rather than the fuel!).
I am not going to look, having read the comments here and living in Australia anyway. There are some very odd ideas of names here, I have found so far. There are far more "surnames as first names" in boys DS's age (3) than I noticed in the UK, and some real oddities in spelling.
But: it is just as bad as discussing chav names in the UK - snobbery.
Although I will admit to being a bit and at the lack of imagination showed by one family in calling one DS Jayden and the next Jordan.
I also live in Aus - hence I connected the name Diesel with the guitarist. I am often shocked at some of the names in my DD's three year old classes, and was amazed at the number of little "Tayla"s and "Jayden"s I met in the first year I lived here. It looks like the website might have been set up as a comedy thing - it seems there is a "bogan pride" thing that is becoming trendy, so it may not have been all damnation. Or am I just giving people too much credit? I agree it is on the same page as discussing whether or not names are chavvy and just snobbery... (although I am sorry to say that whether or not a name is chavvy does come up in discussion when DP and I are forming our short list ).
Cooper is more American though, isn't it? Or have I just been over influenced by Private Practice?
OK - FYedification - the names in DS's football class are: Harrison (ok, I know 2 of these in the UK as well, not my choice and a surname but hey) Brock (a badger) Slater (a surname) Max (fine) Luke (fine) Jayden and brother Jordan (lack of imagination) PJ (really?) Connor (fine) Hailey (yes she's a girl) Tailor (not sure how that one's spelled, not written on the shirt and it's a surname) Braden
That's all I can remember of the top of my head. There will be others. No Cooper, though (but, tbf, where we go for football is not at all MC)