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One of my former classmate's surname started with Porn-, it's even pronounced like Porn, not Pohn. He had a very acceptable first name like John or Prince, but he WENT with his SURNAME. I remember that nobody in my school *ever* bullied him, I don't know why. Maybe it's because the school I went to or maybe the Philippines is just better at handling names that sound inappropriate in English than a country like the USA. Also your warnings are useless because ONLY THAI PEOPLE USE THIS NAME.
I like old names  12/21/2020
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Porntip Nakhirunkanok was Miss Universe 1988.
That70sShowGeek  6/7/2020
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I prefer Pontip. Don't think I even need to go into why.
someone-  5/10/2020
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It's beautiful. But PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT NAME YOUR CHILD THAT IF IT'S NOT A CULTURAL NAME FOR WHERE YOU LIVE. You will be ruining your child's life by literally naming them "Porn".
char7638  4/26/2020
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Unfortunate.
― Anonymous User  1/27/2020
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Porntip is a beautiful name, and luckily not everyone wants to live or visit an English speaking country.
Curious me  9/18/2018
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It's actually a pretty name, but if you are from an English speaking country (or any country that uses the Latin alphabet for that matter), I would recommend spelling it like "Pontip" to avoid bullying.
TheGreatCornholio  3/23/2018
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Sort of like a technical English word, even though it sounds naughty.
Hushpuppy  1/27/2018
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Khunying Pornthip Rojanasunand, also spelled Porntip Rojanasunan, M.D. is a Thai forensic pathologist, author, human rights activist, media personality, and cancer survivor.
lilolaf  4/24/2017
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This seriously can't be a name! How laughably unfortunate. Perhaps use an alternative spelling. Pontip is slightly better since it doesn't have the blatant "PORN" in it.
― Anonymous User  3/13/2017
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Pronounced: POHN-teep.
https://www.cpp.edu/~pronunciation/sounds/thai/first/female/Porntip.wav.
― Anonymous User  3/13/2017
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Porntip Papanai is a Thai actress and model. Among her film roles are supporting parts in Pen-Ek Ratanaruang's Monrak Transistor (2001), in which she played the country singer Dao, and Ploy (2007), in which she portrayed Tum, the hotel maid.

She portrayed the legendary Thai ghost Mae Nak in Ghost of Mae Nak in 2005. In 2008 she also featured in Queen of Langkasuka by Nonzee Nimibutr and in 2009 in Nymph, a film about the Thai legendary Nang Mai tree deity.
lilolaf  1/26/2017

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