Yes, you read that correctly and no, I'm not being facetious. Groupon, in its continuous and earnest effort to remain highly relevant and slightly amusing has recently posted the deal of the century! All you have to do is fork over that $1,000 you have gathering dust on your nightstand and have an affinity toward the name "Clembough."
Have you, or someone you know, been stressing about how to define your forthcoming bun in the oven? As an avid human with many acquaintances—and, for reasons unbeknownst to me, few friends (shocking, right?!)—I know quite a few proud parents. And despite the fact that these parents pretend not to know me for the sanctity of their children, I have taken note as the all-to0-familiar difficulty they've have in naming their beloved chubby crying machines. It's very difficult to remain trendy with baby names. Look at my name for example; Aaron is boring, shallow and nearly impossible for people to figure out the spelling of when audibly spoken. Yes, my life has been full of many painful trials and tribulations. But back to the matter at hand: What if you, a trendy parent, bestow a name to your child that isn't on this year's trendy baby name list?! I wouldn't want anyone to suffer the unending looks of disdain that every passerby on every street would graciously give a parent who named their children without trends in mind. The pure, unbridled horror makes me shudder.
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