Au contraire… a friend of mine, from the roller hockey league, every time someone stumbled over his last name (Kuntz) which usually was pronounced slowly and trailing off to silence like you have mentioned, he would correct them to the proper pronunciation… a woman's most hated word. I am pretty certain that he didn't 'get it' and was just correcting.Might have been "Koontz" . . .
Shart.... :lmao:I get a giggle every time I email a customer of ours, her name is Susan Hartley, which isn't bad, but when you use the first initial/last name structure for company email addresses, it becomes "shartley". Anyone who has seen "Along Came Polly" will know what I'm talking about.
I also have a friend with the last name Salmon, he has 2 kids and I have yet to convince him to name his kids with that in mind. I think Pink is a beautiful name for a girl.