The next time you enter into a conversation about the insane names people give their children (I’m looking at you Apple Paltrow Martin, Rumer and Scout Willis, Khal-el Cage, Diezel and Denim Braxton, Hopper Penn and Homer Gere), be sure to include this one.
They named their son Seven after being inspired to “go numerical” after looking at an 84 Lumber sign.
1. Are you freakin’ kidding me?
2. This is a ripe money making opportunity. They need to have ANOTHER child, name it Eleven and then introduce their kids as “Seven Eleven.” I bet they could get free Slurpee’s and brain freeze for life.
3. If they get free Super Bowl tickets or some other outrageous gift from Ben Roethlisberger because they branded their son with a name that the child will NEVER live down (imagine the confusion when they cover the number seven in preschool), I am naming any future child of mine “Eighty-Six” in the hopes that Hines Ward will call me.
4. If you go here, you will see that Seven is classified as an “unusual” baby name. Right up there with the names Society and Strategy. Some people should obviously not be allowed to name their own children.