& # 39; I am Becky, but my hair is not so good & # 39 ;: people reveal pop culture moments and icons THAT HAVE LOVED their names for them – from Harry Potter to the 2016 elections
- The viral thread was started by TV writer Jesse McLaren, who said his name was ruined by the pop song of Rick Springfield Jessie & # 39; s Girl
- No fewer than 30,000 people weighed in and many share their stories
- Some had the same first and last name as fictional characters such as Harry Potter, Sarah Marshall and Meg Griffin
- A woman named Becky said she didn't know where to start when she mentioned all the references associated with her name
- Friends were also common, with countless Phoebes, Chandlers and Rachels
& # 39; What's in a name & # 39 ;, is a famous question from William Shakespeare – and it seems that the answer is a life of teasing, according to people with monks full of jokes.
A viral thread started by writer Jesse McLaren who asked Twitter users which pop culture moment ruined their first name & # 39; has received more than 30,000 responses.
He started things by finding out how annoying the popularity of Rick Springfield & # 39; s song Jessie & # 39; s Girl has been for him.
LOL: A Twitter thread with around 30,000 responses revealed the unfortunate but hilarious cases where people's names were & # 39; ruined & # 39; through pop culture, including someone named Harry Potter
Floodgates opened: a TV writer named Jesse McLaren started a viral thread when he asked Twitter users to share pop culture moments they couldn't escape due to their birth names
The answers varied from unhappy (Hayter) to downright hilarious (Thor).
Although Jesse could not have escaped the Jessie Girl credentials, other users quickly reminded him that at least his first name was annoying.
Among those who responded were men named Harry Potter and Michael Jackson and a woman named Meg Griffen, just like the Family Guy character Meg Griffin.
A woman named Sarah Marshall (as immortalized by Kristen Bell in the 2008 Forgetting Sarah Marshall flick) also made herself known.
Full name issues: Twitter users with the same names as famous people and characters – such as Harry Potter – weighed on the thread
A man by the name of Thor did not even have to say much, because his tweet attracted nearly 6,000 likes.
Meanwhile, someone named Carly said: & # 39; I am so vain & # 39 ;, with reference to Carly Simon & # 39; s hit song from 1972.
Another one with the name Billie Jane revealed how annoying it is that people always refer to the song Billie Jean by Michael Jackson.
A Mike Spence simply said the & # 39; 2016 presidential election & # 39; – referring to vice-president Mike Pence – in a tweet that earned him no less than 30,000 likes.
Too bad: a response from a user named Mike Spence was one of the most & # 39; fun & # 39; on the thread
Donalds and Hillarys in a similar position said the same thing.
A man named Miles joked that the metric system was something he could not escape.
Those with names that were infamous in internet memes also participated in the chatter.
A man named Dan said that the whole & # 39; Damn Daniel & # 39; slogan (which came to Vine in 2016) made him crazy.
Memes: Daniels and Karens were among those who cited viral internet memes as a reason to feel irritated
A user named Karen referred to the attack by & # 39; Karen wants to talk to the manager's memes & # 39 ;.
Weirdly enough, a user with the last name & # 39; Hayter & # 39; that the entire pop culture was to blame.
And speaking of unusual names, someone called Crash said he never seemed to distance himself from the Crash Bandicoot game.
Some tweets caused hysterical exchanges – such as when a man named Brady referred to The Brady Bunch, but he eventually became an asset by another user named Braden Bunch.
People with the names of the Friends characters – Ross, Phoebe, Monica, Chandler, Rachel and Joey – all came in.
Here's a story! Two boys whose names were linked to The Brady Bunch crawled on the wire
Just like those with names with biblical themes such as Adam, Aaron, Eve, Jonah and Ruth.
Users with fairly common names such as Jessica and Becky agreed that their monikers were used so much that they did not know where to begin.
Several with the name Becky rolled their eyes at the term & # 39; Becky with good hair & # 39; from Beyonce's song Sorry.
The line & # 39; OMG Becky look at her ass & # 39; from Sir Mix-A-Lot & # 39; s notorious number 1992 Got Baby also came up.
Similarly, many Jessica & # 39; s referred to the cartoon character Jessica Rabbit.
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