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By Nico / Saturday 12 November 2011 15:42 / France
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I also know a kid named: "myurine". Yeah, he's bot very popular...

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  StoryOfTheYear  |  13

My friend has a nephew named Phoenix. He's going to have a nickname he's not going to like in high school.

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  saIty  |  17

Now what's really awkward is a chubby white kid having the name Lebron.

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  brt3420  |  13

Could be worse. I know a lot of Mexican families and I know a few Harry dicks, and I also know a girl named anita dick. Parents must hate their kids to do that.

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  MagicallyFat  |  12

And you never know there might be a reason your parents named you that. Might be a special place or person. Ask them about it. My name is Ammar and that was the name of the mosque my parents were married at.

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  King4aDay  |  0

Hey, it's not that bad. My name is Zeiva. Its pronounced zay-va, but everyone says it zeeva, thanks to NCIS. Doesn't help that I look kinda like her, too..

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  Feklfekl2222  |  32

Spreme is third person Italian for to squeeze or to press. It could be a lot worse though my names Freya (not too bad but I have had people spell it therieyja) and I know someone whose parents didn't think before calling him Richard head

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  cocobulla1  |  4

Hay i get what you people mean... There's a difference between "UNIQUE" and "HOW DA FUCK DO I SAY THIS?!" my names Talya. Its not that unique, but I've never met anyone with it so...

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  KailyKii  |  11

My names Kaily (kay-lee) I've never met anyone with the same spelling. -.-"

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My name's Nailah, pronounced ny-EE-luh. I've been called nail-uh, ny-luh, nala, and even Nautica. -___- But you gotta love unique names. There's almost always some kind of cool story behind them, right?

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  mrs_bruno_mars  |  14

99, it might not be "relevant," but it's spelled Ziva. It's been bothering me.

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  raiganator  |  10

My mom named me Raigan. Doesn't seem like that difficult of a name right? Pronounced just like Ronald Reagan. But nope. I've been called Ree-gan, Megan (by my own grandmother), and the most far-off...Rhonda. -___-

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  rawrautumnz  |  7

My name's Autumn. People spell it Autum, or pronounced Awh-tumm-nuhh. It pisses me off, sometimes called January, Amber, Winter, etc. And sometimes they do it on purpose. I mean, Holy CRAP. It's so annoying. Atleast my mom chose that over Umbrella. (I would like that one, though.)

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My name is douchebag.

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  po_tay_toe  |  0

My name is Zara, I have heard of a few other people with my name, but I have never met anyone with it.... Some people pronounce it Zera and it used to bother me but not so much anymore...

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  moviegirl6  |  5

I feel your pain. My name is Aylin. It's pronounced like Eileen though. But everyone always says it like A-lun or A-lin or Allan. And because of the spelling, people have given me the nickname Alien. One friend even turned Alien into Aliena so now I have a completely new name along with my own. It can get irritating but now I just go with it. :)

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  rofflewaffle  |  9

Since we're all sharing... You wouldn't think Katharine would be too difficult, but you'd be surprised. I've heard Kathleen, Kath-Renée, Katalina, Kat-harang... And no one has ever spelled it right. Everyone puts Katherine. It's even on my paychecks. -_-

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  iliketurdles  |  7

Yeah, this whole threads has just been a bunch of mostly difficult names to pronounce, I feel as though I should join in, so here goes nothing: My names iliketurrdles, pronounced I-like-turrtles. True story.

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  IAmScrewedd  |  0

My name's Madison. When people call me out in a crowd, about 7 other girls (and occasionally a guy) turns to who said it. Last year I had my locker next to a quite popular Madi. Someone would say Madi and I would react only to get, "Oh... Not you." On average I have about 1-3 other Madi's in all of my classes.

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  IAmScrewedd  |  0

274- Speaking of Jessica... I have geometry with two Jessica R. Smith's who are blonde, blue-eyed, and in the 10th grade. I've never personally experienced that but I'm sure our situation feels like nothing compared to theirs:P

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  pitselehXO  |  6

My names Hallie, with a short a, and I always get "hayley." it makes me feel even worse because I changed my name, so it's kinda my fault, but it gets sooo annoying.

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  DKjazz  |  20

My name is Danny. It's SO common. A popular girl in ,my grade was named Dani, and every time girls called her name I'd turn around and it'd be awkward. My guitar teacher is Danny. My bassist is Danny. TWO of my history teachers in high school were Danny. True, I once was in an English class where there were 5 Dannys. We'd always do group projects together, because we made up a quarter of the class. Grass is always greener, eh?

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  MeleMallory  |  0

There's a difference between a unique name and a crappy name. My name is Mallory. Unique (I've only met a few others) but it's easy to pronounce. People usually spell it wrong, though. (Malerie or Malorie usually).

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  Pudagiah  |  12

My sister's name is Gaelyn, pronounced "gay-len", but everyone pronounces it "gee-leen". I've never met any woman with the same name, and never seen any man with the same spelling. She gets teased sometimes for the "Gae" section of her name.

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  gr8koolkat  |  6

I know it's not my first name, but my middle name is 'Delysia'. I've been called 'Del-eye-za' 'Del-ee-sa' and even 'Del-ee-zee-ah' with an extra 'ah' haha. In actual fact it's pronounced 'Del-ee-see-a' and I love how unique it is. My first and last name are so common so I love having a bit of originality :D

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  Slim2306  |  10

My name is Muslim and I've never met anyone with the same name. If someone came come up with anything better 'hey Muslim are you really Muslim?' it'll be the first new joke I've heard in like 10 years.

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  nalia18  |  8

K mines beast- Im naomi-dont say it backwards My friends names are zariah, halima, micaela, zacari, malique, imani, abcde ( prenounced ab-sid-dee), and i know a girl named stacy wacker.... Yes ik stacy wacker isnt bad.... Her dads name is richard and everyone calls him dick.... Hey Dick Wacker!!!

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the store manager where I work is named Chris P Dick. there's also a teacher at my school named Harry Sachs. he doesn't actually go by Harry, but its still funny. and btw, Yuri is an eastern European boys name, but it's also a Japanese girls name, but it's still not pronounced Judy...

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  leahb99  |  15

My name is Leah, and EVERYONE pronounces it lee-ah, but it's actually lay-ay. So I really have 2 names, leeah for all the teachers that don't understand that's not my name, and layah for friends and family >.

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  that_band_nerd  |  22

I have a really easy name; its Bailey, and people still can't get it right! In seventh grade my homeroom teacher called me Bradley (I'm a girl) and he could never pronounce it right.

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  jubejube239  |  23

My teacher's brother's name is Gorgeous. His parents wanted to name him after his grandpa George, but thought George was too old fashioned. So they named him Gorgeous

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  R3B3LL3R  |  4

yeah I have trouble with people messing up my name. it's Arya. (Ah-reye-yuh) yup... They like to say Areeea or ar-ia. or even names that doesn't sound like mine at all.

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  general58  |  2

yea and I'm sure that 100 others from your class have the same look as you...so unique

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  ariannaa_fml  |  17

154; I understand. My name is Arianna, I have to explain to everyone that it's like air and Rhianna put together. It was my parents fault though...they like one spelling and another pronunciation and everyone thinks there's an invisible 'd' in my name. :/

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  50love  |  0

167- that's weird.. I know about 7 arianna's and none of them have had name pronunciation troubles. And one is even spelled like Aireannah.

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  jordnlyn  |  6

I had a Spanish class on high school with 5 other people with my name, all spelled different though and none spelled like mine so I guess it's a little unique :)

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  Bekll  |  29

When I was little no one had my name; they called me Elizabeth instead since it was "easier". Now my name has been #1 in the US for two years and a kindergarten class can have 5 Isabellas at one time. :/

By  billyme  |  4

... Really?

By  inkblotdrummer  |  6

Damn your parents must hate u

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I'm friends with some Indians. Sanskrit names can be pretty difficult to pronounce. I know a Snighda. Looks weird, but not too difficult. Then I know a Shakambhari. She however goes by SJ, haha.

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OP's from France, and I thought they had laws there against giving your kid a weird name? At least, that's something that comes up in the U.S. when people here give their children an unfortunate name. "If this were France, or Germany, you wouldn't be allowed to name your kid that. They have laws."

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  NinaKL  |  3

@133 indeed, there is a law against that and that is why I think that OP's talking about his last name, and not his surname as everyone think. Actually I'm pretty sure it's his last name. @107 "pénis" is not pronounced 'pay knee", the final "s" is pronounced like in "kiss". Also with the French pronunciation, French people will automatically think "Sperme" (and not supreme) or mispelled it. Awkward...

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  awagh666  |  14

In India there are names like 'akshat', 'dakshat', 'dakshit' , 'akshan' I've also met a guy whose last name was 'dixit'. Now that's badass....

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