Learning to correctly pronounce someone’s name is one way to show that you love and respect that person, especially if that person is really close to you. In fact, there are plenty of people who deliberately mispronounce someone’s name to show how they really feel about that person, which is a pretty gross thing to do. It’s extra gross if you’re doing this to someone in your family.
One sixteen-year-old recently shared on Reddit that his grandmother has always refused to learn to say his name correctly. He writes that he’s biracial, and his grandmother is white.
“This has going on since forever so decided to do something. I’m (16m) half Mexican from my dad’s side and my mom’s side is Scottish. Ngl [not gonna lie] most of my mom’s family is high key racist and it’s been problems sometimes growing up. My grandma on my mom’s side never liked my dad and was happy after they divorced when I was 7.”
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