True Sonic fanaticism

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<a href="http://forums.sonic-cult.org/index.php? ... 792">...is bloody scary.</a>

She seriously named her daughter after Yuji Naka. I feel sorry for this poor child. :(

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And it's her entire first name. Her first name is Yujinaka. Yujinaka Amber Dumbfuck.

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Oh, oh dear. I'm so sorry. I know she can't hear me but... I'm so sorry.

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Post by aso »

Hahaha. 'Yujinaka Amber'. You know that kid's going to catch hell in school for having a name like that. Maybe they can get it legally changed years down the road.

Also, somewhat similar to the case of a woman naming her kid 'Sephiroth Tidus W'.

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Poor, poor child is going to be raised by a clinically insane mother.

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hahahahahahahahahaahasdfasdahdahasdh

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Post by Soul »

*slaps forehead* Ooooh...man where's a shotgun when you need one? Matter of fact, what's her father got to say in all this!? This is when somebody has to put their foot down and say 'fuck-to-the-NO I won't stand for this'!

Urgh...yeah, remind me why I stuck with Sonic all these years? I'm having a blank... -_-;

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Post by WB »

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This is the kind of crap that drives people to drink.

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Post by Neo Yi »

Great, now that kid's gonna be asked by her peers why her mother named her a boy's name, among other questions that'll probably scar her for life.

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Post by Majestic Joey »

I think it might be ok to name a kid miles but c'mon yujinaka? and it's a girl, right? that makes it even worse.

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I wouldn't worry too much about it. I remember reading somewhere that true Sonic fans eat their young, so there's a good chance she won't live long enough to understand how unfortunate she is.

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Post by Cuckooguy »

The name Yujinaka actually sounds more like a girl's name to me, as long as you don't have a thick Japanese accent to go with it. To the untrained tongue, I can imagine someone pronouncing it like a combination of Eugene and Monica, u-jin-ika. I just figured out Eugenica is a real word in some foreign language. Kinda like Maruko and Marco, I guess, since Maruko sounds like a girl's name and Marco sounds like a boy's name.

Of course, in the end, it's still sad. If I had a daughter, I'd name her Malicia.

Well actually no I wouldn't

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Post by Rob-Bert »

Seeing this makes me glad that most people aren't fans of things like Sonic. They don't have to put up with this shit.

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Post by Omni Hunter »

I thought I had a crap day, then I read this thread and I knew it was a crap day. Seriously, "what the fuck?" doesn't encapsulate it.

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Post by Shadow Hog »

Soul wrote:Matter of fact, what's her father got to say in all this!?
If I read the thread right, he was treating her like nothing more than his personal whore, and thus probably couldn't care less.

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Post by Yami CJMErl »

Talk about a seriously screwed-up family...

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Post by Opa-Opa »

Now there's a person who will always have a topic for conversation.

"Did you know my mom was a dumbfuck?"

Damn. I actually downloaded stuff from her torrent site. I feel dirty now.

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Post by Oompa Star »

Do you think Yujinaka Amber will be humping Ferraris when she is older? No but seriously, her mom is extra special for naming her daughter after an uncaring Japanese man.

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I was considering naming my son Scratchandgrounder.

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Post by Wooduck51 »

No stranger than people naming their kids ESPN, in fact anything is better than ESPN,

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Unless they were Elite Supreme Perfect Norris, son of Chuck.

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This is frightening and depressing.

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aso wrote:Hahaha. 'Yujinaka Amber'. You know that kid's going to catch hell in school for having a name like that. Maybe they can get it legally changed years down the road.

Also, somewhat similar to the case of a woman naming her kid 'Sephiroth Tidus W'.
Very true about catching hell. Sometimes it's hard to imagine what (if anything) goes through people's heads. Perhaps the mom wasn't just a rabid fan, but also hated her baby.

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Post by Ngangbius »

Oh god! A person from a different board I go to refer me to this.

This s0nicfreak chick created her own Yuji Naka religion. lulz!

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Post by WB »

OK am I the only one here who finds that this has suddenly taken a sharp turn from mocking laughter to full blown creepy-wtf-scary?

Seriously this girl sounds like a prime case for the rubber room. Something about that link made all my internal bells and whistles start screaming and hooting foul all at once and quite frankly gave me the shivers.

The girl ain't right... XD

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