I didn't realise I'd given my daughter rude initials until she was a month old – then it was too late to change it | The Sun
THEY thought they'd picked out a gorgeous name for their baby girl.
But when she was a month old, Scarlett and her husband realised the moniker had left their daughter Amalie with some very inappropriate initials.
"When mummy and daddy give you the initials ABJ without even thinking what that could mean," Scarlett wrote over a video of her five-month-old – Amalie Belle Jackson – as a newborn.
The clip was jokingly backed by the sound of a child saying "I wanna kill my mum, I wanna kill my dad".
"We didn't even realise until she was a month old oops," Scarlett added in the caption.
People in the comments section were quick to weigh in on the video, and shared their own hilarious and inappropriate initials in response.
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"Without realising my son is AM and my daughter is PM," one wrote.
"Mine are R E D and my sisters are M A D," another added.
As a third commented: "Mine very almost had A.S.S until my mum pointed it out."
"My son is ATM," someone else laughed.
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As another said: "My initials are H.E.L.L – big oopsie."
"you guys think urs are bad…. mine are STD," someone else laughed.
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"i mean mine was going to be c.o.w," another wrote.
While someone else said: "My initials was MMM! I loved it… then I got married. Now I’m MMV."
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