Ana-Maria and Lukas are gorgeous names!
Let me give this a shot: Ma-toosh Wahsh-chak probably botched that bad.Mateusz, it's the Polish version of Matthew.
It's just hilarious to listen to people trying to pronounce it, of all the nations I've met only the Slavics were capable of pronouncing it well as well as Russians.
Germans and Dutch are quite close, but it's not perfect. Englishmen have some trouble and the French are just hilarious, not to mention the Spanish and Italians.
Want to see something even harder though?
This is my surname: ''Wajszczak'' Even the Polish spell it wrong from time to time, so it can be quite funny whenever the teacher reads the list for the 1st time.
For someone who has lived in different countries for hmm... almost 8 years now (Time passes so quickly ) this, as you can guess, leads so some very silly stories.
(Also, I don't mind giving away my full name - it's not like I've got anything to hide )
Yet one of my favourite names... As well as several Leonardo... And Xavier... Is there even any Xaviers or people going by names related to Xavier here? .o.Rafael.
Nothing really special.
;D Well... Steve is everyone. I lhave grown fond of the name, because it represents plenty of things in Machinae Supremacy's songs. They have Need for Steve and Super Steve tracks that are dedicated to Need for Speed and Super Mario respectively.My first name? Steve. It's...meh.