It’s Pronounced “Albin”


was a name given to a Swedish child by his parents in May 1996.
A district court in Halmstad, southern Sweden, had fined the parents 5,000 kronor (approximately US$680) for failing to register a name for the boy by his fifth birthday. Responding to the fine, the parents submitted the 43-character name, claiming that it was “a pregnant, expressionistic development that we see as an artistic creation”…

(via Dave Barry’s Blog)

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