By GERALD TRACY, KABB
SAN ANTONIO (CIRCA via KABB) — We have all seen it. The "interesting" names some parents give their children at birth.
The internet has found a new, or maybe not so new, one to fascinate over. It's from 2016, but we bet it'd be hard for you to figure out how it's said.
We'll give you a minute, but don't scroll down, or you'll get it spoiled. It resurfaced after a Reddit user posted it.
"I've always loved the name Kaitlyn, but hated how popular it was," the mother of KVIIILYN told The Daily Express.
So of course, the couple went with a different spelling. The name is Kaitlyn, but it's spelled the way it is for a pretty cool reason.
It's "K-V-I-I-I-Lyn." The V-I-I-I is the Roman numeral for eight.
The family is Australian.
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