One bad fruit can ruin a whole crop, and the same goes for names. Myra, Maddie, Shipman... and now Corey.
Until yesterday it was an untainted, cool name. Feldman, Haim, Taylor, Hart... but then sickening reports emerged about a man who pretended to have learning difficulties so that people would come and change his adult nappy.
The news came at a very unfortunate moment TBH as I had planned to create the ultimate poll today: Choose your favourite Corey.
Well, I've never been one to let a pervert spoil a good time, so I've decided to throw him in to the mix, too.
If you DO deem this late contender to be the best Corey, never ever tell me. I don't want to know that you enjoy dressing up as a baby and cacking yourself.
Rob doesn't think that Canadian singer Corey is 'sinister' enough to feature on our website, but he wrote a song about the most sinister of after dark fashion choices - he belongs here.
In my experience, the only people who wear sunglasses at night are people off their heads on pills, or wrong'uns.
Well my nan used to wear some yellow sunglasses over her specs when she was driving at night, but that might be a remix that never made it past the planning stages.
Corey's other big hit was Never Surrender, which is best known as being the song Mike sings to Eleven in the first episode of the third series of Stranger Things.
Corey Haim is the epitome of Hollywood tragedy.
The Canadian found fame in the 1980s, starring in films such as Lost Boys (where he met BFF Corey Feldman), License to Drive and Silver Bullet.
But like many child stars, he struggled to achieve the same levels of success as an adult, and battled drug addiction.
He also alleged that he was raped as a 13-year-old in 1986 by actor Charlie Sheen, claims the actor strongly denied.
Corey died in 2010 aged 38 from pneumonia.
Corey Feldman is one of the most interesting people in the world.
That might sound a bit dramatic, but he's done loads of amazing films, Gremlins, Lost Boys, The Burbs, The Goonies, Stand By Me, AND he's the voice of Donatello in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle films.
He's also a very talented musician and singer, and just a general oddball which is a rarity in these modern, sterile times.
And who can forget his creepy 'Corey's Angels' parties?
Vice described them as: "It cost $250 to get into if you were a guy, but was free for women to attend, as long as they first emailed photos of themselves in their underwear to Corey for approval, and were willing to wear lingerie for the duration of the party.
"Dotted around Corey's sparsely furnished house were wonkily framed posters for the movies he'd starred in in his glory days. They were in the cheapest frames imaginable. The kind you get by selecting the 'Add a frame to this order for $4.99' option when buying a poster on Amazon. They created a perfect representation of where Corey was at in his life."
Shame he stopped doing them [insert sad face emoji].
As a teenage metal fan, Slipknot were one of the best things to ever happen to me. The music, the boiler suits, the masks... and I particularly liked how they claimed to have a dead crow in a jar that they would smell before going on stage so that they would puke all over themselves (as a 16-year-old I was an absolute delight, and perhaps not unsurprisingly, totally repellent to the opposite sex).
As an adult I would try this but with a jar of fag ends in a jar of water in a bid to quit smoking. It worked - until I forgot how rank the experience was.
The crow might have belonged to the band's DJ, Sid, but as I regard Slipknot as being some sort of heavy metal millipede, Corey is cool by association.
Cory the adult diaper pervert scammer
The details of this care are shocking, and raise a lot of questions, least of all, who was letting these poor carers in to his house?
Rutledge Deas IV, known as Rory, posted an advert on UrbanSitter looking for a carer for his disabled brother, Cory.
An unwitting college student, aged 20, answered the ad and agreed to the terms: Cory needed handling "with tough toddler gloves" (no idea); needed toilet training; and strangely as he doesn't look 3ft tall, help with a car booster seat.
She went to do her duties ten times, becoming increasingly alarmed by Cory's seedy behaviour, which included sucking on a dummy and getting an erection as she changed his dirty nappies.
When she was unable to arrange to meet Rory face to face to air her concerns, she looked up his online payment details, and found that the man she knew as Cory was listed as Rory.
She alerted UrbanSitter and New Orleans police, who arrested him. He is believed to have also used the services of three other carers.
The nappy perv has been charged him with 10 counts of human trafficking and sexual battery and drugs charges after cops found crystal meth and a glass pipe. He faces over 100 years in prison if convicted of all counts.
Rory claims the scam came from a place of pain, with local news reports saying he claims being treated as a baby brought him "back to a time and place when he was at peace."