names

What’s in a name? Some people will say… everything. It’s a first impression. It’s a calling card. It’s identity. Others will say… it’s just a name. Who cares? A lot of people, that’s who. Case in point… Redditor djdkgjeis wanted to discuss her experience and get some feedback. So naturally, she came to visit the […] More
Choosing a religion, or a belief for you kids is an intimate experience. And it’s one that doesn’t have to involve every family member. But that doesn’t stop this issue from growing into major problems. Case in point… Redditor Ecstatic-Bullfrog291 wanted to discuss their experience and get some feedback. So naturally, they came to visit […] More
What’s in a name? We all have one. Some are great, some not. And the beauty that people never seem to realize is… names are not permanent. You can change your name. Now, will everyone like your choice? Probably not. And there in lies the rub. Case in point… Redditor redlady1917 wanted to discuss their […] More
People Divulge The Worst Names They've Ever Heard
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Jermaine Jackson has a son called "Jermajesty." Not sure how to pronounce it? I'll help!

Say "Her majesty" like you're talking about the queen.

Great, now say it again but smash it all together in one word like if the queen was on fire and maybe a stop, drop, and roll is in order, post haste.

Now drop the "H" and replace it with a "J" cause secretly this is about Jermaine, I guess?

That's how you say Jermajesty Jacksons first name ... and it doesn't even begin to scratch the surface of where this thread is going.

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What is in a name? Seriously. At this point so many people are changing their names once they’re old enough. It can feel more like a placeholder than an identity. But there can be situations when the name search is a bit dramatic. Case in point… Redditor cubertuber78 wanted to discuss her story for some […] More