1. Post #121
    gnisasas's Avatar
    February 2011
    1,959 Posts
    If I ever have a girl, I will name her 'Gina'.

    Nothing wrong with that right?

    Except for, I'm spanish and 'Come on' in Spanish is 'Va'

    So whenever anyone would want to make her hurry up, they'd say 'Va Gina!'
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  2. Post #122
    I sell weed to elementary school students
    Stizzles's Avatar
    February 2009
    11,710 Posts
    I have an uncle named Jazz, it's an awesome name.
    I'm gonna name my kid Blackened Post-Progressive Symphonic Metalcore.
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  3. Post #123
    2goood's Avatar
    June 2008
    62 Posts
    So is Adolf not allowed in Germany?
    No since Adolf is a normal German name. It's not that popular anymore though.

  4. Post #124
    President of the Westboro Baptist Church Fan Club
    Dennab
    February 2012
    2,084 Posts
    7) Miatt (Germany)

    Country living up to stereotype alert! Surprise, surprise the Germans are somewhat officious when it comes to baby naming laws. Regulation-loving Deutschland has an entire department (the Standesamt) which decides if names are suitable. Miatt was rejected because it didn't clearly show whether the child was a boy or a girl, but sometimes the decisions are somewhat arbitrary...

    Has Germany banned any other names? The likes of Stompie, Woodstock and Grammophon were turned down, whereas the similarly strange Speedy, Lafayette and Jazz were allowed.
    Haha Nazis. They have a fucking naming department.

    Also, what's wrong with the name Woodstock? That could be a badass name for a guy.
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  5. Post #125
    2goood's Avatar
    June 2008
    62 Posts
    Haha Nazis. They have a fucking naming department.

    Also, what's wrong with the name Woodstock? That could be a badass name for a guy.
    It's not really a naming department. It's just a civil registry that hands out birth and death certificates.
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  6. Post #126
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    May 2008
    4,243 Posts
    I'm going to name my child (which I will never have) as Raptor.
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  7. Post #127
    I'm going to name my kid Fawkyew

    "Whats your name"

    "Fawkyew"

  8. Post #128
    just-a-boy's Avatar
    April 2007
    1,196 Posts
    How's Africa doing with these laws? On one of our trips to Africa, a graveyard had a tombstone with Jones Asshole on it.
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  9. Post #129
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    May 2010
    8,948 Posts
    One of my relatives named her son "Diego" because it was a simple name that can't be rhymed to mock and also can't be shortened to a dumb nickname.

    Everyone just calls him "D".

  10. Post #130
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    NoNameForEvil's Avatar
    April 2011
    2,261 Posts
    if i had a son, i would name him derek

    because i'm not going to ruin his life by giving him a joke name

  11. Post #131
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    GodKing's Avatar
    July 2007
    6,098 Posts
    How the hell can they ban names? You know, other than something like Adolf Hitler.

  12. Post #132
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    December 2009
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    Looks like an xbl gamer tag.
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  13. Post #133
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    September 2005
    5,163 Posts
    They should ban certain copyright / historical names as well, like Dovahkiin or Jesus Christ.
    Or Muhammad.

  14. Post #134
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    May 2010
    8,948 Posts
    Or Muhammad.
    I think Muhammad is one of the most common names ever, though, so that wouldn't go over well.
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  15. Post #135
    lowlifeuk777's Avatar
    May 2011
    122 Posts
    Hey "@" how you doing?

  16. Post #136
    WiP about GW2
    eternalflamez's Avatar
    November 2011
    4,764 Posts
    A girl in my class once said she was going to change her last name to "Man" and call her kids Super, Bat- etc.

    Edited:

    I think Muhammad is one of the most common names ever, though, so that wouldn't go over well.
    And, we all know Muslims can't take anything serious, so if a country would ban the name, it would suddenly become a major target for terrorist attacks.
    You know this is true.

  17. Post #137
    Hullu V3's Avatar
    October 2009
    6,412 Posts
    My childs name will be Christian Burial.
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  18. Post #138
    Dispenser's Avatar
    March 2009
    1,995 Posts
    6) @ (China)

    With more than a billion fellow countrymen, finding a unique name in China is difficult. Perhaps that's why one couple called their baby the '@' symbol in Chinese characters it apparently looks a bit like 'love him'. Bless. Unsurprisingly, however, the authorities were less sentimental and publicised the moniker as an example of citizens bringing bizarre names into the Chinese language.

    Has China banned any other names? The police have control over all names given to children because they issue identity cards, but details of rejections are not widely circulated.
    Should have named him @@ so he could fight rebels on Hoth.

    7) Miatt (Germany)

    Country living up to stereotype alert! Surprise, surprise the Germans are somewhat officious when it comes to baby naming laws. Regulation-loving Deutschland has an entire department (the Standesamt) which decides if names are suitable. Miatt was rejected because it didn't clearly show whether the child was a boy or a girl, but sometimes the decisions are somewhat arbitrary...

    Has Germany banned any other names? The likes of Stompie, Woodstock and Grammophon were turned down, whereas the similarly strange Speedy, Lafayette and Jazz were allowed.
    That's the most ridiculous reason for banning a name. Unisex names a good because you don't have to worry about if the baby is going to be a boy or girl. Besides on any important documents there will be a box for gender and if you meet them in person (hopefully) you'll be able to tell.