February 24, 2015


A Colombian artist who previously changed her name to Ladyzunga Cyborg has successfully rechanged her name to ABCDEFG HIJKLMN OPQRST UVWXYZ, with A - N serving as her first name, and O - Z as her last. Of course she still prefers to go by Ladyzunga, because why change your name if you don't want to be called by it?

ABCDEFG revealed the reasons behind her decision in a recent interview with Columbian website Las2orillas, saying she constantly feels the need to redefine herself.

"I started looking for a name that nobody had in Colombia, or the world, so I thought ABCDEFG HIJKLMN OPQRST UVWXYZ," she explained.

"I've changed my name so people wouldn't know it's me.

"It's not because I was disturbed by it, but because I wanted to always bring an element of surprise."

Could you imagine having to sing the Happy Birthday song to a woman named the whole alphabet? Would you actually say all the letters, or would you sing, "Happy Birthday, dear The Alphabet?" The correct answer is you'll never have to worry about it because you'd never be friends with anybody who renamed themselves the alphabet.

Thanks to MC, who stole my idea of trying to change his name to the devil face emoji.

  • SuperFreckle

    When singing Happy Birthday, I would just act like her name was pronounced phonetically: "Abkadefgi Jeklmenop Kurstoov Wicksyz."

  • Pondo


  • Jörmungandr

    Yeah, and it's Deutschland, not 'Alemania'. And England, not 'Inglaterra'. I could mention a dozen more.

  • kevin

    Has anyone else ever noticed that there's no real reason for the alphabet to be in that order?

  • Alfredo Barral

    What a missed chance of getting yourself named Qwerty Asdfgh...

  • Emmitt Morgans

    I don't buy it because that's not the full Spanish alphabet: she missed "ch," "ll," "ñ" and "rr."

    And her signature is "LADYZUNGA" in block letters...

  • Jörmungandr

    A few years ago, the Royal Academy (Real Academia de la Lengua) erased those characters from the official spanish alphabet, for they are just double-characters. Excepto for Ñ, which she decided not to use.

  • Xockszky

    She stole my idea, I changed my name to the cyrillic alphabet!

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    I bet she uses abcde1234 as password.

  • MustacheHam

    Good thing she has that nickname, otherwise people attempting to pronounce that will burst a vessel. "Asabdefgee Hiijjkleemmn....eehh...." *fall on floor*

  • Gene Kaufman

    Come on, hasn't anyone ever seen the Sesame Street bit?

  • Wiley

    First name should have been the full alphabet, and the last name should have been 'Tryinghard'
    I think this is fun and I'm all for it, but this is the kind of change that will lose in appeal over time and they'll probably want to try something new eventually. Or be that person who had to stick to some silly thing they started for the sake of a point. And the point is not that interesting anymore. Names are powerful tools, but all it takes is a little step back and they become silly labels that stuck.

  • Mauricio Andres Ramirez Lozada

    Ha, she was my teacher back in college, just to let you know she is a transexual, and Lady Zunga means something like Lady Slut.

  • Gene Kaufman

    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ It's the most the remarkable word I've ever seen. I wish I knew exactly what I mean...

  • Steak

    Her children : 123, 456 and 789 like this.

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