A CONFUSED Redditor has shared the very NSFW name of a coworker — people made it the butt of their jokes.
People joked that they’re probably on a list somewhere for an unfortunate name Google search.
A Redditor shared the unfortunate NSFW name of a coworker[/caption]
An anonymous Redditor u/PelagiaThePissedOff shared the unfortunate story they came across in a forum, hoping for some advice.
“I almost considered flairing this NSFW but the whole point is that it’s not! And that’s confusing!” the Redditor began, distressed.
Soon, the Redditor reveals the source of their stress: “I have a coworker named Anally,” they said.
“It is supposed to be pronounced ‘ANA-lee,’ but pretty much nobody gets it right the first time from reading it.”
They explained that everyone in the company works remotely and there’s always confusion when people meet Anally for the first time.
“I just refused to say her name until I was certain I’d heard the correct pronunciation and I must admit that it took a WHILE (literally months) because pretty much everyone else would avoid saying her name as well,” they said.
In an attempt to understand why someone would name their child that, the Redditor took it upon themselves to see if other people had similar names.
“When Googling ‘Anally baby name,’ within the first 5 searches, it includes ‘baby name: anus’ and the sixth search is ‘anal name meaning,’” they said, searching the results of their research.
Unfortunately, nothing came up that was of use: “I didn’t find a correct pronunciation (it was either left blank on sites or just… wrong) at least on all the websites I went to.”
At the end of the day, the Redditor still struggled to wrap their minds around the unique name.
“Just wondering: what would be the attraction to using this name (like genuinely, does anyone know any information about its meaning)? Would you ever use a name like this?”
People took to the comments to share their thoughts.
A few made jokes at their expense: “Bro is on a list now for googling that,” said one commenter.
Others shared stories of people they knew with variations of the unfortunate name.
“I work with someone named Annali and I can’t help but think anally because we work at long term care and are nurses,” said one.
“Somewhat related, there’s a high school in my area called Analy High school (pronounced Anna lee) but everyone who does not go there calls it Anal-lee,” said another.
“With a name like that, you’re just asking for people to make fun of it.”
A TIKTOKER did a shopping haul of the best summer tops for those who have a bigger chest – here is what she called the best braless option to support the girls.
It’s hard to find that perfect top that is both supportive and comfortable while also complimenting your body type.
Monika Mancini shared her favorite summer tops for women with big boobs, including this high-neck top with cutouts[/caption]
Monika also recommended scoop-neck tank tops[/caption]
Monika Mancini (@monikkamancini) creates TikTok content catered to women with big boobs who need recommendations on which clothes to get that will accommodate their chests.
“Here are my favorite summer tops for bigger chests,” she said in a recent video. “I know how hard it can be to find tops that support your things.”
The first top she tried on was a floral piece with a knot in the front, which she got from Abercrombie and said was her favorite.
“I’m actually braless right now,” she said, showing how supportive the top was.
“The knot style on a bigger chest is really flattering,” she added, talking about the wonderful prints and adjustable straps for added comfort.
The next top was an adjustable corset from White Fox that Monika said was perfect for the summer.
“And it’s got adjustable straps. Also, I’m braless and it’s supporting the girls,” she said.
Next, Monika wore a black, floral scoop-neck tank top from Hollister with mesh on the bottom half.
“I wear a black bra with this one and it kind of makes the straps look a little thicker,” she said.
Next was a white twist top from Abercrombie with a bit of a peephole in the chest.
“Right now I’m wearing a black bra underneath so you can kind of see that,” said Monika. “But usually I wear a skin-color bra and it’s all good.”
She also complimented the thick, supportive straps that will hide your bra strap.
Monika put on a high-neck top with cut-outs from Pretty Little Thing that she said gave her a lot of compliments when she wore it in Barcelona.
“I’m obsessed with the little slits and ties on the side,” she said.
However, she said she would style this top with a white bralette to “let the lace peek through.”
Knot tops, such as this one, are very supportive, said Monika[/caption]
It’s almost important to get tops with adjustable straps for the best comfort[/caption]
A HOOTERS girl has shared that she’s fed up with trolls who tell her being a server is not a “real job.”
People agreed with the Hooters girl that the comments were dumb.
Vanessa, a Hooters server, responded to hate comments from trolls[/caption]
Vanessa (@adorationness) shared her reaction to the hate comments in a video shared with over 140,000 TikTok followers.
The blonde stood in her Hooters uniform as she shared her response to an onslaught of unprompted hate from trolls.
“When people comment ‘DOES YOUR FATHER KNOW WHERE U WORK’ on my cute Hooters tiktoks,” she said.
The server said that she’s undeserving of the treatment: “Leave me alone at this point, I’m minding my business, I don’t do anything, I don’t say anything.”
In another video, a troll demanded that the server find a different job.
“Why don’t you get a real job?” they asked.
The blonde blinked in disbelief before clapping back: “That’s a really good point Diane, thank you for bringing that up,” she said sarcastically.
“Why don’t you mind your business,” she said, adding the hashtag #serverlife.
People took to the comments to share their thoughts on her situation.
Many laughed off the troll’s comments on a “real job”: “I can’t believe people say that,” said one supporter.
“If you make money & pay taxes it’s definitely a real job.”
Others thought there was another reason why she was getting bombarded with hate: “They don’t get it or they are jealous cause you make more money a year then they do,” said one commenter.
A GYM girl has learned through first-hand experience that gains and muscle progress may vary from person to person.
Thankfully, one method that hasn’t worked for other people has worked miracles for her.
Abi, a gym girl, didn’t listen to people who told her not to train her chest when she started working out[/caption]
Abi (@abi.lifts) told her progress story in a video shared with over 90,000 TikTok followers.
The influencer had been told not to train her chest when she first started working out.
“Everybody and their nan told me ‘Don’t train chest, you’ll lose your t**s,’” she joked.
“But I have a big brain, I was like, well don’t be silly, I have nothing to lose.”
Instead, the gym girl trained her chest twice a week for a little under a year.
She pulled up a photo of herself before she started working out to prove that she had “nothing to lose.”
Next, she shared a photo of herself in a sports bra, having made major progress on her chest in under a year’s time.
“If anybody says don’t train your chest you’ll lose your t**s, they are preying on your downfall,” she said.
“I got a free boob job, I’ve gone up 2 cup sizes in under a year.”
People took to the comments to share their thoughts on her advice.
“Babe I neeeed this routine,” pleaded one commenter.
“It’s like magic,” said a shocked viewer.
“Girl I swear by this, mine have grown a looot,” agreed a third.
She said she’s gone up two cup sizes in less than a year of training her chest twice a week[/caption]
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