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The 2012 List of Illegal Baby Names

The 2012 List of Illegal Baby Names:
These names have been declared illegal by the Pope. I am sure there are some parts of the world where they are still suitable. Like Somalia.


1. Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii from New Zealand.
***This might be a joke. Not sure.

2. Venerdi from Italy
***The Italian word for Friday. Apparently, Robinson Crusoe's brother from another mother is not for another.

3. Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116 from Sweden
Pronounced "Albin."
***Other banned Swedish Names:Metallica, IKEA, Veranda and Q. The name Google was apparently accepted.

4. Gesher: The Norwegian word for Bridge

5. Chow Tow meaning “Smelly Head” in Malaysia.

6. Miatt from Germany.
***Didn’t Identify Gender Well Enough. Think Erin vs. Aaron.

7. Anus from Denmark
***Ok, fair point.

8. Ovnis from Portugal
***No Comment

9. Akuma from Japan
***Akuma is the Japanese word for Devil.

10. @
***The most notorious on the list goes to the Chinese couple that tried to name their baby the @ symbol. I am actually a fan of this one. That is like naming your kid that thing that used to be Prince.

QATFYG:
Did I spell Robinson Crusoe correctly? Even if I didn't, I don't know how to read.


Source: Stolen.

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  1. I will be using all of these names in the future.

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  2. The names Fuk Yu and Fuk Me are now illegal in China.

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  3. Do you also know that bubbfoganfrure is also illegal in many countries?
    It is a name normally given to slaves and means do my work...
    You can obviously understand why this name is banned as it is a form of discrimination and should not be joked about.
    Lucy Thompson

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