In this paper, I present main ideas of the Hybrid Theory of Reference for Proper Names. First, I try to define the position of the Hybrid Theory within the discussion about reference. Then I briefly explain most significant aspects of the theory as they were defined by Gareth Evans. Apart from that, I also offer some additions to the theory. The addition, I spend most space on concerns phrases that I call “mock names” which are expressions that look like proper names but in fact are nothing more than abbreviations for descriptions used attributively.