- Jan 2, 2010
My boyfriend worked with a woman whose name was Gonorrhea. Apparently she pronounced it 'Guh-nor-ee'.thedoclc said:Name your daughter Gonorrhea and I promise you will never, ever have to stop some punk from showing up at the house. You will also likely never have grandchildren, but that's besides the point.Razzigyrl said:I went to Medical Assisting classes with a girl that scared the daylights out of me in terms of combining medical responsibility with lack of intelligence.
At some point we got to the section of our course discussing genitals, reproduction and STD's.
A quote from this woman: "Gonorrhea would be a really pretty girl's name." IN ALL SERIOUSNESS.
Whoever decides to name their children after 'nature stuff' is a wacko (I'm looking at whoever wanted to name their child Aurora Borealis here). Take it as a cautionary tale from someone whose full name is Summer Violet. I got teased all through my school years for it, and I still get people who think it's funny to ask if I have a sister named Autumn.
I'm just lucky my parents didn't go with their original choices and name me Summer Rainbow or Summer Sunshine or Summer Sky.