According to experts a person’s name is that important that it can shape one’s personality which makes the job of choosing a name for a newborn very difficult. However, there are people with very, to say the least, unusual personal names either given to them by their parents or voluntarily changed by those same people.
Clearly, this child’s parents were really huge Star Wars fans otherwise they wouldn’t have named their son Jed I.
Who knows, perhaps the streets of Singapore are tougher and full of crime so they need someone named after both superheros to protect them? There doesn’t seem to be any other “logical” explanation for the existence of a “Batman Son of Suparman” name.
The 9-year-old girl from New Zealand named “Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii” was so embarrassed that she wouldn’t tell her friends her real name which is quite understandable considering what it is. She later had it legally changed by New Zealand court.
Jennifer 8. Lee is an American journalist from Chinese origin. As the New York Times columnist wasn’t given a middle name at birth, she later chose the word “Eight” as such because the number is a symbol of prosperity and good look for all Chinese. She decided she preferred the actual number transcribed as her name rather than the letter equivalent.
This is definitely one of the most electronic and modern names you can ever come across.
Both dentistry and medicine are a great career field not to mention a noble occupation but if your last name is Payne, it certainly can give the chills to a patient just before a procedure.