This Reddit post went viral! John Iadarola and Brett Erlich break it down on The Damage Report.
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Read more here: https://www.newsweek.com/reddit-post-baby-adolph-viral-twitter-namenerds-removed-trolling-1558282
"Reddit post claiming to be from a person whose sister wanted to name a baby Adolph went viral after being shared on Twitter this week.
The post was removed from multiple communities on the messageboard website after it was uploaded on Wednesday by a new profile with the name u/nametaw2. The account was created on December 30 and has uploaded two posts at the time of writing.
Both of the posts—which were uploaded to r/namenerds and r/BabyBumps—contained the same story under slightly different titles, with each managing to attract significant attention from members of the communities, known as subreddits."
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