Some common Hungarian last names: Gorka, Esterhazy, Gabor, Kovacs, Zipser, Kis. Looks like a lot of vowels there, so how about first names?
Istav, Miklos, Andras,Artur,David, Ferenc, Bela, Jakob,Lazlo. Looks like a lot of vowels in the male names...so how about female names?
Erzsebet,Bianka, Ilona, Julia, Sara/Sari ( ZsaZsa Gabor's real given name ), Vilma. Hmmmm...these look pretty "normal" to me; but then, I'm of Hungarian descent.
Your joke isn't funny or even valid!
So you don't think Hungarian spelling should appear even the least bit humorous to the average American eye, eh?
Sorry, but I can't help you with your problem of not having a sense of humor.
However, I see you have laid on the card table your hand of cherry-picked Hungarian names ---
Gabor, Gorka, David, Artur, Bela, Julia, Jakob ....
Fine. I will meet your bid, up the ante with my own cherry-picked list, and call:
How about the eminent Count Csikszentkiraly et Krasznahorka?
Or Frwssina or Leorijncz or Szilágyi or Császár?
Or Zwzanna or Meggyesfalvi or Szabolcsi or Potÿncza?
Or Izbugyai or Szíjgyártó or Jlonasszonnak from Sátoraljaújhely?
And oh yeah, it may not be a proper name, but it is nevertheless a Hungarian word:
I dare you to say that rapidly, 10 times in a row.
I rest my case.