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Miss Alphabet

Ceejay Epton of Doncaster, South Yorkshire changed her name. This is nothing unusual, especially in England, where the process is simple. But look what she changed it to!
Ceejay A Apple B Boat C Cat D Dog E Elephant F Flower G Goat H House I Igloo J Jellyfish K Kite L Lion M Monkey N Nurse O Octopus P Penguin Q Queen R Robot S Sun T Tree U Umbrella V Violin W Whale X X-Ray Y Yo-Yo Z Zebra Terryn Feuji-Sharemi - better known as 'Mummy' to son Kian - says she made the change ‘for a bit of a laugh’ after her baby was born.

‘My friend wanted to be called “Pink”, so I thought I might as well change my name too,’ said the 22-year-old from Doncaster, South Yorkshire.

‘I’ve just had a baby, so I thought I would change it to help teach him the alphabet.’

For another £10, she'll be able to change it back when she's had enough laughs. Link -via the Presurfer

(Image credit: SWNS)

"For another £10, she’ll be able to change it back when she’s had enough laughs." - How many laughs does she expect to get out of it? One, if she's lucky?
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I have found other ways to teach my kids the alphabet...and she isn't going to find it to be THAT great of an idea when she has to fill out ANY sort of paperwork....
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I think it's funny. It's stuff like this that keeps life from being too bland and boring. As stupid as people find it, it is something interesting and gives people something to mention in conversation.

Without "stupid" acts like this, people get to talk about the same old things every day.
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Not surprised to see her picture with a bottle of beer in hand, rather than one of her with her child.

Good to have priorities in life.
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