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Did anyone hear about the parents who named their baby Facebook. no joke....

I cant remember but they were from some other country. Dont remember why exactly they did it either.

Saw the story on the news in passing...

Did anyone else see this?

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 11:47 AM on Feb. 21, 2011 in Politics & Current Events

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  • People are so weird.
    Simplicity3

    Answer by Simplicity3 at 11:47 AM on Feb. 21, 2011

  • Nope sure didn't ..that has to be the most lousy/rediculous name for a kid that I have ever heard! wth is wrong with people
    tnmomofive

    Answer by tnmomofive at 11:48 AM on Feb. 21, 2011

  • http://www.geekosystem.com/egyptian-man-names-his-firstborn-daughter-facebook/


    I dont know how to make a link. But it happened in Egypt.
    Anonymous

    Comment by Anonymous (original poster) at 11:50 AM on Feb. 21, 2011

  • i think it's funny...made me chuckle.
    samurai_chica

    Answer by samurai_chica at 11:50 AM on Feb. 21, 2011

  • I've heard worse names
    ItsMe89

    Answer by ItsMe89 at 11:52 AM on Feb. 21, 2011

  • Thats horrible, feel sorry for the child. What attention whores!!!!!!
    jamesonjustines

    Answer by jamesonjustines at 11:54 AM on Feb. 21, 2011

  • Face for short? Jeez could you imagine? 'cmere face...FACCCEEE'
    tnmomofive

    Answer by tnmomofive at 11:54 AM on Feb. 21, 2011

  • LOL @ tnmomofive

    Like ItsMe said... I've heard worse. A lady brought her son into the optometrist's office my mom works at, and the poor boy's name was Shithead. NOT KIDDING! The mother insisted it was pronounced "Shetaid"
    brandyj

    Answer by brandyj at 12:31 PM on Feb. 21, 2011

  • LMAO brandy
    tnmomofive

    Answer by tnmomofive at 2:26 PM on Feb. 21, 2011

  • way to miss the most important aspect of the story . . . they're Egyptian, and they did it in honor of Facebook's part in the uprising. imagine what an optimistic occurrance, to have a popular revolution ridding your country of a despot just in time for the birth of your child.

    and how, really, does this differ from English speakers choosing a non-name word from another language with a meaning they like?.
    autodidact

    Answer by autodidact at 4:42 PM on Feb. 21, 2011

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