France bars parents from naming baby ‘Nutella’

Obviously all of France’s real problems have been solved.

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  • Raymond Cameron

    But naming them Jihad is OK.

  • Ghost of Ed

    They should have called her “NogoZone.”

  • Censored_often

    Je suis Nutella. (Alright, enough already, this “joke” is getting old… almost as old as free speech in France.)

  • Shebel

    Nobody ever accused the French of of being smart. Naming their kids Nutella probably strikes a raw nerve.
    Not to mention strawberry.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    It “Nutella” were the worst names our black ghettos produced, I’d be relieved.
    These are all real names.

    Armagasalis
    Fregimasiquae
    Toshiba
    Rotunda
    LaQueentay
    Shuteacker
    Orangelo and Lemongelo (twins named after orange jello and lemon Jell-O, their mother’s favorite cravings. Pronounced or- AN- gelo, long a, and Le-Mongelo)
    V’Lanta’la’mana’ma’nisha
    Sha’Nay Nay
    Congratulashayla
    Barackisha
    Obamaniqua
    Koolaidria
    Spongebobeeshia
    Beetovenice
    Watermelondrea
    Cellularphoniqua
    King’Kong’Quisha
    Fri’Chickenisha
    Colla’Greeniqua
    Grapedrankisha
    La’Taniana’Bo’Vanashrianiqualiquanice

  • ntt1

    Why on earth would you even think about naming your child nutella ? the stuff is disgusting. sugar, grease and cocoa powder,

  • Dana Garcia

    Meanwhile, Hollyweird star Gwyneth (!) Paltrow names her kid Apple and it’s no biggie.

    And who can forget Frank Zappa’s offspring Dweezil and Moon Unit?

    Lots more celeb silliness:

    http://www.cracked.com/article_15765_the-20-most-bizarre-celebrity-baby-names.html

  • simus1

    Mais, mais, Sainte Nutella sous la Montagne du Loup n’existe pas?
    Je suis desole.

  • AlanUK

    Seriously (maybe). The French are ultrasensitive about their language and they don’t want it contaminated by words and names from the English-speaking world.

  • Una Salus

    If not they have some new laws for whatever displeases them or they could just make it illegal to offend French sensibilities which would save a lot of time.