When it comes to baby names, it's a tough decision to make.
While some couples usually have a name in mind, others just wait until after the birth.
Now one woman has revealed how her pregnant friend is pretty much set on a moniker that's isn't what she thinks it is.
Posting on Reddit, she explained the female, who was five months pregnant, often discusses potential baby names with their pals.
She said: "Yesterday we all got together to hang out and she told us her latest favourite… Chlamydia."
The mum-to-be said she was obsessed with it since reading The Odyssey in high school and liked her Greek Mythology stories.
The pal then realised she had been going on about the character Clytemnestra, but the pregnant woman was certain she was right.
After bringing it up on Google, the woman acknowledged her friend was right but was miffed for the rest of the afternoon.
When her group parted ways, the pal received a text saying: "I was a bad friend for embarrassing her in front of everyone like that.
"She says I could have brought it up in private and didn't need to be so condescending about it.
"And she was just talking about a name she liked and I made her feel like an idiot."
The woman ignored the text as she thought her friend was being an idiot basing the name on a book she hadn't read in years.
She added: "A simple Google search before getting so attached to the name would have solved the problem before there was one."
But now the other pals are claiming she was in the wrong and should apologise for embarrassing her pregnant friend.
However, Reddit users didn't agree though, instead they took her friend's side.
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One said: "You were the only real friend there if no one else was gonna say anything."
Another added: "You didn't embarrass her – every single person within earshot already clocked her mistake.
"You were the only person decent enough to correct her."
A third claimed if she was old enough to be pregnant, should should know what chlamydia is.
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