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Someone named their kid "Klansmyn". I have no further comment besides that, if they want their kid to learn how to hate, he'll do it with a name like that and that I feel bad for said kid.
If you think that's bad, there's something just as bad if not way worse. I remember someone named his kid "Adolf Hitler" and, while I'm not going to say who exactly, I think that tells you all that you need to know.
Dick Grayson. WTF.
False. That rules.
There was an AITA post where a mom (not OP) wanted to name her child "Aria". Unfortunately, one of her close relatives named their child that already. The purpose of the post was to see if OP was in the wrong for laughing at the new name selected by the mom; in hopes of giving the same name but in a unique way.
What was the name? "Aughreighah"
I actually know someone irl who is naming their baby Aria. I don't even know the right way to pronounce it.
I should mention that I don't think Aria itself is a bad name. In fact, personally, I actually like the name.
The thing I'm making fun of is how the mother wanted to spell it
I know a couple who named their baby girl Aria. Just because that is their favorite hotel in Vegas.....
and not just because the momma is my husband's ex!
That is a stupid name
my name was almost “bebe”
What's the story? Those twins are an urban myth
Lol no they weren't. It's a tired, well known myth.
>Not even close to my story of them
So you claiming to have encountered twins named Lemonjelo and Oranjelo is not even close to the famous urban myth of twins named Lemonjello and Oranjello? You can't seriously be trying to argue that.
If you don't believe me on how commonly repeated the myth is, have a look at the post history of u/la-aisntarealname. They have an account dedicated to debunking name myths. Thousands of people try to pass the story off as real just like you yet not a shred of evidence exists of someone actually having these names.
You want to argue that all these sets of twins live off the grid? We have public records of ss administration applicants and these twins never show up.
This is some weird level of denial to assume it's completely different. There's no records of these twins existing in the US despite how often the story is repeated
It's literally on the SS administration website and can be found with a quick Google search. Also doesn't take months to verify, we can literally search it. The ability to search documents has been around for a long time now.
I think the parents pulled a prank on you
That's not too off the wall.
At this time of year, at this time of day, in this part of the country, localized *entirely* within your kitchen?!
"Infant" literally, a classmate.
Abcde and KVIIIlyn (pronounced Kaitlyn with “VIII” meaning eight) are strong contenders
I was working in a fast food establishment many years ago and a lady came in with her hellspawn "Dolche and Gabbana".
Coco Chanel (first name)
I always wondered what exactly parents are thinking when they choose to name their child "Gaylord".
Also, not sure if dumb or genius, a family with last name "Chu" seriously thinking about naming their daughter "Pika"... Beats being named "Dovakiin" or "Turok" because your parents wanted to get free games I guess.
Someone named his baby boy Fidget spinner