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By the time you’re ready to marry someone there’s a good best you’ve learned a lot of intimate information about them. But it appears one gal hasn’t learned one very important thing about her man, and it has social media in stitches.

A woman who goes by @maybebrea on TikTok recently shared that even though she’s been married to her husband for several years, she still doesn’t know how to pronounce his name, so for the last three years she has simply been using her pet name for him.

“Ok, so I’ve been calling my husband baby for the last three years because I don’t know how to pronounce his Swedish name,” she shared, explaining, “It’s like raGNAR… RAGna… rAgNaR?”

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    Her hubby or “baby” took to TikTok to show us how it’s done!

 

Source: The Mirror