Dotsie wrote:Never heard it, is it a good one?
People very rarely get my name wrong (it's really quite ordinary), but it still happens. My married surname is always mispronounced at me though, even if I've just said it! People just don't listen If I was naming someone else I'd choose something uncommon, but still a name. Just in case it bugs them later on.
michelanCello wrote:I have quite an unusual name myself, it's long and unpronouncable for the average Hungarian I think there was one time though when they wrote it correctly always surprising... but at least when a prof is summing up names, I always know when it's my turn, it goes something like this: Katalin Kovács (present!), Gábor Tóth (present!), András Fülöp (present!), eeerm.... ... (present! )
3) Don't call your child after the place where it was concieved.
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