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Boufakhreddine over here.
Life's pretty great.
That actually doesn't seem hard to pronounce, just to spell. Is it "boo-fah-k-red-dean" ? If it is, I like the way it sounds.
Its pronunciation is Arabic, so not really. But if you are pronouncing it in English that would be right.
But personally, that is how I pronounce it because I have trouble with the Arabic dialects. I can't do it like my dad does.
Oh, I see the difficulty now. I have the pronunciation issue with my first name. :(
I have a five letter last name. 80% of people pronounce it wrong.
I also have a five-letter last name that people always pronounce wrong.
I have a four-letter last name that everyone pronounces wrong.
I have a three-letter last name that people (usually white adults) still manage to pronounce wrong.
I have a 5 letter name, that everybody pronounce wrong.
Same-- 5 letters, 1 syllable, always wrong.
It blows my mind. I really don't get it. >_<
And if it was pronounced as something simple like Ben. It's like "My name's Ben" 'B-E-' "No! it's spelled differently. K-R-Z-Y-..."
Woody. Which seems like it'd be one of the easiest names but I get a lot of "Wood" and "Woods". Also, I told someone my name for them to write down and they wrote it "Woodie".
Seriously? How can you mess up "woody"?!
I usually have to tell people "pronounced like 'flesh' without the 'f'."
Llewellyn. Not that hard, but people still manage to screw it up b