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Facebook Fan Page to Name a kid 'Megatron'

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Just saw this while checking out my FB page. It made me smile so I had to join:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/MY-SISTER-SAID-IF-I-GET-ONE-MILLION-FANS-SHE-WILL-NAME-HER-BABY-MEGATRON/333067975442

It's looking like it could happen, so please, do your bit and become a fan too!
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#2
Already on it - saw it yesterday! Bet she doesn't though.
#3
Would be sooo funny though!
banned#4
fox
Would be sooo funny though!


But won't it harm their chances of getting into Oxbridge?

I'm just kidding - if this kid has a mother like this then it's just going to have the weirdest name in the Jobcentre.

Go for it:thumbsup:
#5
FilthAndFurry
But won't it harm their chances of getting into Oxbridge?

I'm just kidding - if this kid has a mother like this then it's just going to have the weirdest name in the Jobcentre.

Go for it:thumbsup:


:thumbsup: Honesty some people are just moronic, lets name my baby with a stupid name so all the kids will laugh and future employers will snort over their applications, just so we can have a laugh and get some notoriety on FB.

Some people shouldn't be allowed kids.
banned#6
tinkerbell28
:thumbsup: Honesty some people are just moronic, lets name my baby with a stupid name so all the kids will laugh and future employers will snort over their applications, just so we can have a laugh and get some notoriety on FB.

Some people shouldn't be allowed kids.


Surely they'll just change the name as soon as it's been registered. You don't have to use the name given on the birth certificate anyway.
#7
master_chief
Surely they'll just change the name as soon as it's been registered. You don't have to use the name given on the birth certificate anyway.


You do have to use it for schools, passports, banks, etc anything official. I don't see the point myself, registering the birth of your child is supposed to be special, not something you do for a laugh, maybe I am old fashioned.

You have a year to change your childs name from registering.
#8
Joined oops.
#9
806,000 members wow.

Anyone know the what the biggst group is?
#10
tinkerbell28
You do have to use it for schools, passports, banks, etc anything official. I don't see the point myself, registering the birth of your child is supposed to be special, not something you do for a laugh, maybe I am old fashioned.

You have a year to change your childs name from registering.


I'm sure that's true, but I'm also sure those institutions don't give a monkies what your name is, I have a few friends who go by different names to what they we're given at birth and they have jobs too!
#11
joined lol
banned#12
Unfortunately for that kid, Robert Thompson's new name is Megatron also....hope people don't confuse the two:whistling:
#13
fox
I'm sure that's true, but I'm also sure those institutions don't give a monkies what your name is, I have a few friends who go by different names to what they we're given at birth and they have jobs too!


Oh come on! A teacher/employer is not going to have misconceptions about you ar your family or your upbringing if your mum was stupid enough to call you megatron?

My husband goes by a different name, he shortened it, it's done, but people will still know this kids real name. They would be picked on and judged as it's a stupid name and tbh it screams chavvy parents.

Produce his ID, and it will have megatron on for everything he does, choosing a babies name is something you have to be really carefull about.

My mate had to change her name as her initials meant she was called A. Hoar, she had no end of issues as she got older, jobs and stuff :giggle:

I still think calling your child megatron, to be cool on a site like facebook, is dumb, chavvy and not exactly thought out or in the best interests of the child:thumbsup:

FilthAndFurry
Unfortunately for that kid, Robert Thompson's new name is Megatron also....hope people don't confuse the two:whistling:

:lol:
#14
tinkerbell28
Oh come on! A teacher/employer is not going to have misconceptions about you ar your family or your upbringing if your mum was stupid enough to call you megatron?

My husband goes by a different name, he shortened it, it's done, but people will still know this kids real name. They would be picked on and judged as it's a stupid name and tbh it screams chavvy parents.

Produce his ID, and it will have megatron on for everything he does, choosing a babies name is something you have to be really carefull about.

My mate had to change her name as her initials meant she was called A. Hoar, she had no end of issues as she got older, jobs and stuff :giggle:

I still think calling your child megatron, to be cool on a site like facebook, is dumb, chavvy and not exactly thought out or in the best interests of the child:thumbsup:


:lol:


It's so not gonna happen. I reckon oneof 2 things, either the guy was harping on at his sister and she said it off the cuff thinking he would never get a million fans or and this is most likely given that it's on facebook, the whole thing is a made up pile of erm poo :)
#15
Little Munchkin
It's so not gonna happen. I reckon oneof 2 things, either the guy was harping on at his sister and she said it off the cuff thinking he would never get a million fans or and this is most likely given that it's on facebook, the whole thing is a made up pile of erm poo :)


Probably, although if they get 1million members and say The Sun come in with their offer of 20p for the story, they may, just may do it :giggle:
#16
tinkerbell28
You do have to use it for schools, passports, banks, etc anything official. I don't see the point myself, registering the birth of your child is supposed to be special, not something you do for a laugh, maybe I am old fashioned.

You have a year to change your childs name from registering.


you soundd like the midwife i had after having my second son, she didnt approve of his name :w00t:
#17
There's a discussion on the page about the kid being most likely to go by it's middle name so they're asking for suggestions, 'Destroyer of Worlds' seems to be popular!

Mr. Megatron Destroyer of Worlds Smith

Got a pretty good ring to it I think! :-D
#18
jellybaby22
what is your sons name..... I got a funny look when i said to the midwife I wanted to call my daughter heidi...she was relieved when we changed our minds:p


i like Heidi :oops:

nothing out of the ordinary i dont think...my sons name is Tommy...she didn think it was appropriate for a 'grown up' and argued it wouldnt look professional on an office door and i should call him Thomas instead :roll:

good job she wasnt around when i named my daughter, cos she haas a boys name apparently :w00t:
#19
WOW!! 811,866 fans as of 10.30, it was something like 806,000 fans when I joined!!!
#20
tinkerbell28
Probably, although if they get 1million members and say The Sun come in with their offer of 20p for the story, they may, just may do it :giggle:


Yeah that's true. Some people will do anything for money or for a little fame :roll: Well if they do go ahead with it, I hope it's a boy not a girl. Interesting that they've chosen the baddie to name after as well.
#21
Now 812,176...

man, this is getting some press from somewhere!
#22
A friend called their kid Sebastian, a normal name, but surely he's gonna get some grief growing up in SE London!
#23
loupomm
you soundd like the midwife i had after having my second son, she didnt approve of his name :w00t:


Nothing wrong with Tommy, it's a proper name, and did you make a fb group for it:whistling:

I just think megatron, and doing it for some infamy on fb, is moronic of the highest order:thumbsup:

jellybaby22


surely there are rules about giving your child odd names......although wasnt there a couple in america who called there son hitler or something


Yeah there is basically the registrar has the right to refuse any name, they only tend to do so if it's offensive though, like Hitler, Satan, etc, etc.
#24
Do we know what their surname is.

Megatron Smith hasn't really got the right ring to it.
#26
greg_68
Do we know what their surname is.

Megatron Smith hasn't really got the right ring to it.


:thumbsup:
#27
tinkerbell28
You do have to use it for schools, passports, banks, etc anything official. I don't see the point myself, registering the birth of your child is supposed to be special, not something you do for a laugh, maybe I am old fashioned.

You have a year to change your childs name from registering.


fox
I'm sure that's true, but I'm also sure those institutions don't give a monkies what your name is, I have a few friends who go by different names to what they we're given at birth and they have jobs too!


You don't have to use the name on your birth certificate, you can simply call your child by any name of your choosing.

You don't even need to get it changed.
#28
thesaint
You don't have to use the name on your birth certificate, you can simply call your child by any name of your choosing.

You don't even need to get it changed.


Good point, not sure anyone outside of my family has ever even seen my Birth Certificate!
#29
Wow, its getting more fans every second. Nearly as good as mine.
#30
fox
Good point, not sure anyone outside of my family has ever even seen my Birth Certificate!


Really that's new, as when you register for school/nursery you have to provide your childs birth certificate, you can ask them to USE a different name, they still have to register under their legal name.

Same for Dr's, employers etc plus all your ID and banks have to be in your legal name, which is the one on your birth certificate.
#31
tinkerbell28
Really that's new, as when you register for school/nursery you have to provide your childs birth certificate, you can ask them to USE a different name, they still have to register under their legal name.

Same for Dr's, employers etc plus all your ID and banks have to be in your legal name, which is the one on your birth certificate.


My brothers bank accounts, driving Licence and passport are all in a different name to the one on his birth certificate.
He has always been known as his "nickname", and never changed it.
#32
Surely the Registrar can refuse to allow them to name the child Megatron. They have the right to refuse names being registered. No reason why they cant give the child a normal name and then raise it calling it Megatron. At least when they're older it wont cost them to change it and they wont get ridiculed?

OK i may be wrong - http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/6939112.stm - I know its old but seems they'll be allowed.

and 36 Arsenals...male and female??
#33
thesaint
My brothers bank accounts, driving Licence and passport are all in a different name to the one on his birth certificate.
He has always been known as his "nickname", and never changed it.


I am not arguing with you saint I am going on my own experiences. That is very suprising however as all legal documents such as your drving licence, passport etc, have to be in your legal name, it's an offence if they are not, that's why they ask you for your birth certificate, as it's a legal document, with your legal name. Or certificate of adoption or deed poll as it has to be in your legal name.

Using your example I could apply for a passport, shortening my name saying oh it's a nickname and they would issue it would they, not under my legal name, I don't think so, not unless my name had been changed by deed poll as it would not be my LEGAL name.
#34
tinkerbell28
I am not arguing with you saint I am going on my own experiences. That is very suprising however as all legal documents such as your drving licence, passport etc, have to be in your legal name, it's an offence if they are not, that's why they ask you for your birth certificate, as it's a legal document, with your legal name. Or certificate of adoption or deed poll as it has to be in your legal name.

Using your example I could apply for a passport, shortening my name saying oh it's a nickname and they would issue it would they, not under my legal name, I don't think so, not unless my name had been changed by deed poll as it would not be my LEGAL name.


You are not using my example, as my brother has always been "known as" his nickname.


If you wish to be known by a different name you can change your name at any time, provided you do not intend to deceive or defraud another person. There is no legal procedure to follow in order to change a name. You simply start using the new name. You can change your forename or surname, add names or rearrange your existing names.


http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/index/your_family/family/change_of_name.htm
#35
davidn84
Surely the Registrar can refuse to allow them to name the child Megatron. They have the right to refuse names being registered. No reason why they cant give the child a normal name and then raise it calling it Megatron. At least when they're older it wont cost them to change it and they wont get ridiculed?

OK i may be wrong - http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/6939112.stm - I know its old but seems they'll be allowed.

and 36 Arsenals...male and female??


They can, they tend to only do it if offensive.

thesaint
You are not using my example, as my brother has always been "known as" his nickname.



http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/index/your_family/family/change_of_name.htm


Exactly, did you actually read it, in particular the reference to applying for legal documents such as a passport in a new name? You would need a deed poll.
#36
tinkerbell28
They can, they tend to only do it if offensive.



Exactly, did you actually read it, in particular the reference to applying for legal documents such as a passport in a new name? You would need a deed poll.


Yeah thats what i was saying, so i dont think they'll find Megatron offensive.

When i recently applied for my daughters passport, i had to provide her birth certificate, and a deed poll as I had added my surname to her name (long story)...I've also had to provide the deed poll for dr's and school.
#37
davidn84
Yeah thats what i was saying, so i dont think they'll find Megatron offensive.

When i recently applied for my daughters passport, i had to provide her birth certificate, and a deed poll as I had added my surname to her name (long story)...I've also had to provide the deed poll for dr's and school.


Exactly:thumbsup:
#38
tinkerbell28

Exactly, did you actually read it, in particular the reference to applying for legal documents such as a passport in a new name? You would need a deed poll.


I have read it, nowhere does it state that you need a deed poll.
banned#39
Megatron Sanchez would be a good name
#40
thesaint
I have read it, nowhere does it state that you need a deed poll.


This is taken from the link above:

Evidence of change of name

You do not need legal proof that you have changed your name, provided that you can be identified by your new chosen name. However, there are some circumstances, for example, applying for a passport, when additional evidence of the change of name is required. The evidence required varies depending on the purpose for which it is needed and can include:-

a letter from a responsible person
a public announcement
a statutory declaration
a deed poll.

Letter

A letter from a responsible person, such as a GP, solicitor, minister, priest or MP, will often be enough evidence that you have changed your name. The letter should state that the person has known you in both names and that the change of name is to be used for all purposes. A letter will not be enough evidence if you are applying for a UK passport.


Public announcement

You may want to record your name change by placing an advertisement in a local or national newspaper. This should state that you have stopped using your previous name and have assumed a new one. A copy of the advertisement can then be used as evidence that you have changed your name.


Statutory declaration

For most purposes, a statutory declaration is generally accepted as evidence of your change of name.

A statutory declaration is a statement, recording your intention to abandon your old name and adopt a new one.

Preparing a statutory declaration can be complicated. If you want to prove your change of name by making a statutory declaration you should consult an experienced adviser, for example, at a Citizens Advice Bureau. To search for details of your nearest CAB, including those that can give advice by email, click on nearest CAB.


Deed poll

A deed poll is a formal statement to prove that your name has been changed. For most people it will not be necessary to prepare a deed poll as evidence that they have changed their name. However, there may be cases when a deed poll is required, for example, when applying for a passport.
As a child or young person under 18 you can only have your change of name recorded by deed poll by a person who has parental responsibility for you. However, if you are over 16, this can only be done with your consent.

For more information about parental responsibility, see Children at the end of your relationship in Ending a relationship when you're living together or Children at the end of a civil partnership in Ending a civil partnership.

Changing your name by deed poll can be complicated. If you want to use a deed poll as evidence of change of name you should consult an experienced adviser, for example, at a Citizens Advice Bureau. To search for details of your nearest CAB, including those that can give advice by email, click on nearest CAB.

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