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Baby-Naming Laws

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Here in the U.S., you can name your kid almost anything, but that's not the case everywhere in the world. Let's take a look at some countries with pretty strict or otherwise fascinating baby-naming laws.

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    I really think we need to implement some naming laws in the US. It's not unreasonable to think parents are incompetent or hate their child when they name their child "Shithead." And I will never in my life address someone as "Lawyer," "Heaven," "Precious," or "Harvard." You will forever be an awkward sir/ma'am who people avoid! Why would parents use these words as names?