This is the first thing that came to mind. She'll probably wish she could abort them as well. I hope they're at least liable for the cost of all the therapy she's gonna need.I wonder if the kid can sue her parents when she is an adult
This is the first thing that came to mind. She'll probably wish she could abort them as well. I hope they're at least liable for the cost of all the therapy she's gonna need.
Seriously, there should be guidelines to acceptable and unacceptable naming of children. Meaning if it's a dumbass name it gets rejected.
Too bad the kid is stuck with the name long after the parents are done sticking it to the powers that be and all that. Pretty sad if a parent is actually tool enough to be willing to use their child as a tool like that.Depends on the country. In the US Hashtag and Moonbeam are just fine but in, say, New Zealand they've taken kids away from parents that have given names like that (though, partly because those parents also are found neglecting/abusing said children as well). Words, and by extension names, have meaning behind them. Naming your son Sue or your daughter John isn't 'sticking it' to anyone but your child.