Faith In Humanity Restored: A Newborn Baby Has Been Named ‘Hashtag’

Faith In Humanity Restored: A Newborn Baby Has Been Named ‘Hashtag’
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There are just some things you are really not supposed to do. One of them is name a new born baby after a poplar aspect of a social media website. 

A beauitful baby girl born on Saturday night around 10 PM was named Hashtag Jameson. Don’t believe us? After the birth, Hashtag’s parents immediately took to Facebook and posted a photo of their new bundle of joy.

The parents of the year were so proud of their creativity they just had to tell their network of friends about it.

The worst part about all of this is when little Hashtag grows up, she will forever be linked to the 140-character social network.

This is exactly why shows like Teen Mom need to be canceled. And abortion and birth control pills totally legal  Some people are just not made out to be parents.

Preston Waters | Elite. 

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