If I have a son he will be named Reaupleaucant Nawara and he will be mocked unmercifully at school. What makes it worse is that he will be home schooled, and I will be the one mocking him. How could I name you that confusing and long name that was randomly generated by Square-Enix for my Final Fantasy XI Elvaan Red Mage? Reaupleaucant will have no reply for anyone, and nor will his father. I will be making him mentally tough. A nice, thick layer of scar tissue covering his emotions so when he heads out to the real world and he takes on the shortened version of Reaupleaucant – Reau – people will look at him and pronounce it ‘Reeow’ or ‘Rayoo’ when, as I have explained to dozens of guildies across multiple games that it is simply pronounced ‘Row’. Like row your boat. This is the cross Reaupleaucant will have to bear, and he will probably end up real weird because of it. He’ll probably get a job playing a sitar for little money. Why put my possibly never-to-be son through this randomly generated name? Because it seems like most names are randomly generated nowadays, so **** it.
Stephan Bonnar’s soon to be emerged son is still in the nameless stage, but it has been revealed that his potential naming will not be as randomly generated as many, it could be Griffin. As in Forrest Griffin, the guy Stephan Bonnar lost bloody Octagon fights to half a decade ago. Yahoo was able to extract this interesting tidbit from Stephan and Andrea Bonnar this past Monday, October 1st.
“If he has that name, will he have to be an MMA fighter?”
“It started as a joke, but it kind of grew on us, to name him Griffin,” “Then he’d be Griffin Bonnar. It would be such a cute name and it would kind of create a tie to his dad.”
“We’ve got a couple of good ones in the bank, and we’ll look at him when he comes out and decide,”