Father Allows Internet Users to Pick the Name of His Daughter

Father searches for internet name for his daughter


One of the hardest things to do when you are a parent is to find the perfect name for your child. A father decided not to give this search on the internet, causing the readers of his website to vote for her name. The news raises a word because there is a chance that the child will be named “Zelda” or “Not Zelda”.

Stephen McLaughlin was at a less creative moment in his life and, in his quest to find the perfect name for his baby girl, who will be christened on April 2nd, he created a website and invited του Διαδικτύου, μέσω ενός μηνύματος στο Reddit, να προτείνουν το πρώτο και το μεσαίο όνομα για το of.

The site NameMyDaughter.com , since its launch at 10 January 2014 (8 domain purchase Jan 2014), it was filled with amateur users who were eager to baptize the baby by giving pretty hilarious names. According to the so-called website,the winning name, no matter how strange, will end up in the γέννησης του κοριτσιού.  Ο πατέρας Stephen έχει αφαιρέσει αγενείς και επιπόλαιες προτάσεις, αλλά άφησε όλα τα υπόλοιπα στο .

There are suggestions like Amelia, Cthulhu, Laquisha, Megatron, Ixtley, Slagathor, Zelda, Not Zelda, Spaghetti, Spiderman, Spiderman, etc.

For the middle name, there are some interesting suggestions, such as Iron-Man, All-Spark, Le-Dash-A (hyphen A), Pond, Salad, Titanium or hero.

Βέβαια, πέρα από το αστείο της υπόθεσης και την ευρηματικότητα σαν ιδέα, διακρίνουμε και πληρωμένες διαφημίσεις στην ιστοσελίδα του (της and Disqus), which means that the whole scenario is probably nothing more than trying to make a few bucks. And probably the day after tomorrow, to tell us that his "daughter" for him is a cute domestic kitten that was just born.

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