No, I'm not bragging I know the alphabet or at least the first five letters. I just picked up on this news item: Southwest Apologizes To Girl Named Abcde After Gate Agent Made Fun Of Her "Traci Redford told ABC affiliate KABC that several weeks ago she and her daughter Abcde — pronounced “ab-city” — were boarding a plane John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California, on their way home to El Paso when the gate agent began to conspicuously make fun of her daughter’s name on the boarding pass............................................................ The name Abcde is not common in the United States. If you type the name into the Social Security Administration’s database of popular baby names, it states that “Abcde is not in the top 1000 names for any year of birth beginning with 2000.” But, a site called Vocativ reported in 2014, that according to the Social Security database, at least 328 babies — all girls — have been named Abcde in the U.S." https://www.yahoo.com/news/southwest-apologizes-girl-named-abcde-190114309.html I was interested in the first few comments made: "This is not a child issue. This is a parental child abuse problem. Question what psychotropic medications the parent(s) are on? Any psychiatric Nurse Practitioner/Psychiatrist would ask said parents, "what were you thinking?" Mother is an attention seeker." "This woman named her daughter something freakishly unusual, and then acts surprised when it draws attention." "What were the parents thinking when they gave her that name? I feel bad for that little girl." Disregarding the idiot who made fun of a child, what do you think about this phenomenon?