Buzz·Posted on Oct 27, 201419 Problems People With Unique Names Can Totally Relate ToOh na na, what's my name?by Javier MorenoBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Starbucks baristas constantly butcher it whenever you order. imgur.com Did you REALLY think that was my name? 2. It drives you insane that your name is so common across the globe, but is considered "foreign" to most people you meet. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Columbia Pictures 3. You've gotten use to s-p-e-l-l-i-n-g it out whenever you introduce yourself to strangers. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC 4. And you're never able to to find souvenirs with your name on them. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com No T-shirts or license plates from that Grand Canyon trip. 5. Substitute teachers will pronounce it wrong three times before you have to correct them. Comedy Central 6. So often, you raise your hand before they got to you to avoid embarrassment. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Fox / Via gif-database.tumblr.com HERE! 7. Keyboards never have the right symbol or accent keys. frenchforfun.net Sorry Beyoncé. 8. You usually give a more common name to a restaurant host/hostess for fear that they will fuck it up when they call it out. Getty Images / Thinkstock "Sarah, party of three" is just easier for everybody. 9. Most people automatically shorten your name to something simpler. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Def Jam "Oh, Yessica. I'll just call you Yes." 10. ... And then you constantly get asked what the English version is. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Universal Pictures Unfortunately, not all names have an English translation. 11. People are disappointed when they find out your name doesn't have a "different meaning." Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Lionsgate Sorry but Katniss actually just means Katniss. :( 12. And when you type your name into a document, it automatically comes up as a spelling mistake. Javier Moreno / BuzzFeed So you are all too familiar with right clicking and selecting "Add to Dictionary." 13. People always ask what your real name is, as if what's on your birth certificate is some kind of joke. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Marvel / Via GIFSEC.com It's not a joke, this is what your parents named you. 14. Over time, you've developed a default method of explaining your name to strangers. pronouncenames.com For me, I say it's pronounced "HA-vee-AIR." 15. You've mastered the art of smiling politely when someone addresses you as "Hey you." Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF HBO But secretly you're screaming in frustration on the inside. 16. Oh, and of course is ALWAYS butchered on official documents. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "Athena" is not the Greek goddess of misspelled words. 17. Most of the time, you suffer through the repetitive agony of repeating it three times so people get it right... United Asia Management Third time's a charm. 18. ... And you always spend the first few minutes of every customer service call trying to get the representative to get your name right. Getty Images / Thinkstock 19. And of course autocorrect has never shown you any kind of mercy. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Thank you autocorrect, but I'm pretty sure "Douglas" isn't "DOGZILLA."