Pot Smoking Parents Name Their Children After Marijuana Plants
I get it. People smoke marijuana and they enjoy doing so. Back in my younger days, I used to do the same.
Even today, I don’t really have anything against it in principle unless it becomes a problem for them or their loved ones such as they are spending money they should have spent on groceries getting high instead.
But one couple seems to have taken things a little too far in their love for the devil’s lettuce. They actually named their children after different types of marijuana plants.
The uncle of the children shared on Twitter the names of the children
“My first niece is named SaTiva…I just…” the uncle posted.
“UPDATE: My brother is excited to announce the birth of his 2nd daughter!…and before you ask, yes, her name is exactly what you think it is.”
UPDATE: My brother is excited to announce the birth of his 2nd daughter!
….and before you ask, yes, her name is exactly what you think it is. 😭 https://t.co/gjeND7xijL
— SaTiva and Indica’s Proud Uncle 😍 (@iFredLee) February 11, 2020
They named their children SaTiva and Indica.
Twitter users on the other hand are going crazy over the names, being so excited about them:
“Weed is a beautiful thing after all. Congrats to the new addition to your family and a beautiful healthy baby girl,” commented one user.
“That’s amazing,” commented another user. “I met a girl called Indica a while ago and it actually suited her really well! It was only later that I thought ‘hang on a sec… Indica?’”
“Call me crazy but those are beautiful names,” commented another.
There were, however, still some who thought it was ridiculous to name children such names:
“So as not to be mistaken for being hateful, I say only this; before naming a child parents should give thought to how that name will affect the child later in life. Take, for instance, the parents who named their child Adolf Hitler. A name is a gift from the parents…” said one Twitter user.
“This is cute but kids are cruel. The kids named Margarita and Champagne definitely got bullied and teased when I was growing up. I’d be scared to put mine out there like that. But I’m sure as adults their names will stand out,” said another.