As the Noddle word spreads and more people sign up for their free for life Noddle credit report and score, we’re faced with same problem many of you might have. If you’ve got an unusual name or it’s spelt differently, you’ll know the feeling! You might be so used to your name being pronounced incorrectly that you’re ready and waiting to correct those that get it wrong, like when you first start high school or get a new job.
Well it may come as no surprise then that Noddle often gets mistaken for Noodle, confusing the minds of many and conjuring up images of noodles tossed over credit reports. No thanks! So this got us thinking. The importance of a name to people, animals, objects and brands is clearly obvious, can you imagine what a mess the world would be in if nothing had a name?
Let us consider what a name is. Oxford dictionary describes it as ‘noun A word or set of words by which a person or thing is known, addressed, or referred to: my name is John Parsons’. So for example your free for life credit report and score is known by the name Noddle.
Now, we understand Noddle is very similar to the word noodle so we can’t complain there but Noddle isn’t the only one that gets its name mispronounced. Take Nike, often pronounced Naik, should really be Nikey. What about Porchse? Yep it’s actually said ‘porsha’.
With that said, do you know your hipster baby name? A new software developed an enterprising programmer creates hipster baby names automatically generated by computer so you don’t have to. Experts say giving children unusual names could increase their creativity.
Here are our favourite hipster names from the list:
Check out the full list here http://cs.stanford.edu/people/karpathy/namesGenUnique.txt . We’re sticking with Noddle however!