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Is 'Pheart' a good name for a new baby boy ?

[quote]A mum and dad have raised eyebrows after they shared their very unusual baby name.

The new parents proudly shared a photo of their newborn son they bizarrely named 'Pheart' online prompting hundreds to slam the 'cruel' moniker as they assumed it to be pronounced 'fart'.[/quote]

No, and people who inflict such awful names on their babies should lose all parental rights. 馃槧
@AbbeyRhode Good point.
HannibalAteMeOut22-25, F
They should start a campaign for not accepting such names at whatever office they are registering them at and possibly fining the parents too.
@HannibalAteMeOut Good point but then someone would shout 'censorship' .
HannibalAteMeOut22-25, F
@Nimbus it should be considered a hate crime against children lol
SinlessOnslaught26-30, M
@HannibalAteMeOut In the USA we have regulation like that.
cherokeepatti61-69, F
How鈥檚 it pronounced then if it鈥檚 not 鈥淔art鈥?
@cherokeepatti 馃檯鈥嶁檪锔
cherokeepatti61-69, F
@Nimbus It鈥檚 cruel to hang a name on a child that can鈥檛 be easily pronounced. As school teachers will tell you when parents start giving names and spelling them differently than the original names are pronounced and then expect teachers and others to get the correct pronunciation right every time it can be very confusing especially when there are multiple children with these unusual names in the classroom.
@cherokeepatti I agree 馃憤
it's all fun and games naming children until they have to go to school
@wackidywack Exactly!
That kid is going to be bullied in school with that stupid name. It'd be great if these parents were given an order to change it to something more respectable but they'd probably cry about their rights to name their kid whatever they want to
@deadgerbil I agree.
Well, thank goodness they didn't name him M'thaphuqua. 馃榿
@4meAndyou I can't even pronounce that! 馃槅
craig770-79, M
Looks weird,sounds worse.Too many parents dream up names that they like because they sound original or unusual - with the kid then growing up and wondering what on earth Mum and Dad were thinking.
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