MEANEST. PARENTS. EVER.

I’m exhausted, you guys, and so it took me like three reads of this name to realize how totally AWFUL it is. Hopefully you’ll get it quicker than I did. Hint: Say it without a break between first and last name.

MEAN.

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  • Buckeye Bob

    Yeah, he won’t get teased. I went to school with a Tim Dick and his dads name was Harry. Honestly!

  • JMD

    I dated a young man named Peter Seaman when I was 18 and I just had a terrible time introducing him to anyone. It was a brief friendship. 🙂

  • WakeUp

    That’s just wrong… My husband new a Peter Gaydick… Why would you do that to someone?

  • Jim

    Let’s not forget Dick Trickle.

  • DirectorEvil

    And if your parents don’t do it to you, you can always do it to yourself:
    http://www.2spare.com/item_94678.aspx

  • DirectorEvil

    Here’s another one. Sorry, couldn’t resist.

    http://bigstupididiot.com/2009/02/13/27-funny-wedding-announcements/

  • Nancy

    Why do people do this? So stupid….poor kid.

  • JMD

    I was named after an aunt and it was 2 names, each first letter was capitolized and they were separated with a hyphen and spelled funny. Drove me crazy and the nicknames were cruel. When I flew with the airlines in the mid 50s, crew sched put first names with initials only and full last names. Friends and roomates picked up on it and I became “J.M.” from then on. It was liberating! In those days women couldn’t get credit. I got a Texaco credit card because they thought I was a man. True story. 😀

  • Ta

    Oh my! How truly unfortunate for the child!!! Bad bad bad parents!

  • Tina B

    My bright 16 yr old son saw this and said “Implied E.D.” I have a smart son! Can’t say much for this boy’s parents, though. Did they really NOT think through the poor unfortunate boy’s name?