Hint: not all the wild stories about mothers giving infants names of bodily functions or hospital jargon they overhear in the hospital are Snopes legends.
It’s always someone who knows someone who worked at the hospital. (These hospital folks are pulling your leg).
Sorry to disappoint you Beelzebubba, but it's true. It is also my daughter who works directly there - this isn't some 3rd hand story. My wife volunteers at the same hospital, and has confirmed it.
Letsee....just from the past month...
There was a boy named "Sexy Lover." If it was a girl, the mother said she was going to name her "Lover Sexy." I cannot believe there is not some sort of rule or law against this, because to me it seems like tangential child abuse, but what do I know. Then there was "La - A." It is pronounced "LaDasha" but they decided to get creative on the birth certificate.
The hospital labels the bassinets by letter (A, B, etc). The mother saw "Baby A" and "Baby B" labels there, so she named her twins "BaybyahA and "BaybyahB."
I don't want to mention the worst one, because it is simply in bad taste to bring it up here.
Honestly, I don't know what these people are thinking. It is very sad, however, when my daughter describes the parents. In many cases, the father is never present. If he is, very rarely are the parents married. The mothers treat the children like puppies or toys, and think it is all one big game.