my favorite names are salt ,pepper(black cochin cockerel), louise,lila,layla,lola, madge,marge,mavis,masala,maude,little peep and happy(bantam rose comb rooster). thats my whole brood right now.louise is a buff rooster. when i bought the chicks they were all supposed to be pullets. got a surprise one day when she/he crowed. still call him louise though.
I started with 6 Red Stars and since I couldn't tell them a part, I just call them all Reba (as in Reba McIntyre with her red hair)! Then I got 2 Araucanas and named them Gladys and Ida, after my grandmothers!
My kids named most of ours - note: they are sexed, and should all be pullets. Not that it matters to the kids. We have:
Fluffy (White Leghorn)
Hopper (Cockoo Marans)
Tinker Tinker Tinker Tinker Bell (yes, that is *4* Tinkers - she's a NH Red)
Carrot Top (Americauna)
Grandpa (Barred Rock)
Rhino (Barred Rock)
Rocky (Barred Rock)
Angel (RIR - I named this one, since we had a Buffy, I couldn't resist)
Spike (Brown Leghorn - this one named by me too)
...and we have one little brown leghorn still without a name!
I name each batch with a theme. I also tend to name all pullets with male names. My only cockerel had a female name (on accident--we thought he was a she). We had a "Pat" because we were never sure if she was a pullet or cockerel for quite a while.
I had the hockey player group: Gordie (Howe), (Guy) LeFleur, Mario (Lemieux), and Phil (Esposito).
Baghdad Bob and Chemical Ali.
Right now all my chicks are named after gang members on The Wire: Avon, Stringer, Poot, Bodie, D'angelo, Wee-Bey.