My dad misspelled my name and it sounds like a dirty word

My dad misspelled my name and it sounds like a dirty word

This woman goes by Chloe, but her birth certificate says otherwise.

A woman revealed that her father misspelled his name on his birth documents and it affected her life from day one.

In response to a TikTok user who asked how to say her name, Chole – reportedly pronounced KLO-EE – posted a clip on TikTok to explain how she got it.

One commenter asked the user, “No way, your name is ‘Chole’.”

“Yes, my name is C-hole, coal, chole – whatever you want to pronounce it,” she said.

She continued, “It’s actually the second most common misspelling in the hospital.”

“My father wrote it wrong on the birth certificate and it was never updated,” she said.

Others commented on their shock at Chole’s explanation and even shared a similar experience.

Chole explained what happened to his name in a viral TikTok video.

“Omg girl my dad misspelled Chloe as Chole on my birth certificate too 😂😂😂,” someone wrote.

Another added: “I will NEVER understand how people misspell Chloe when you clearly pronounce ol before the o, it’s driven me crazy my whole life.”

One user, correctly named “Chloe”, even wrote: “Literally everyone misspells as chole! as a colleague chloe, it always drove me crazy.”

“My names chloe and a lot of people spell my name chole,” said another.

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“Yes, my name is C-hole, coal, chole, whatever you want to pronounce it,” she said.

The following less popular names included Kimberley, Bill, Stuart, Alexa, Jeffrey, and Nigel.

“It’s to be expected that some names will start to go out of fashion or popularity over time, whether it’s an association with the name or just because it’s been used so much that it’s no longer desired by new parents,” baby name experts told The Sun recently.

“While some names will always be favorites and timeless, there are certain names you wouldn’t expect people to fall in love with, but that’s the nature of choosing baby names,” they said.

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