Nomen est omen, so they say. A German insurance broker probably didn’t fully know that a ZDF journalist and a character from a Sebastian Fitzek novel share nothing but his name.
Cologne – first name, last name – this information must be found on the identity card of all citizens. Although some people are only known by a different name, one thing is certain: artists like it too chick, clueso either Been they can be found in civilian life under the above scheme. For example, the names of those named are Gabriele Susanne Kerner, Thomas Hübner and Paul Würdig.
Choosing a name is often a pain – many things can go wrong when making a decision
On the other hand, everyone has known another German since 1978, although a real correlate is missing here: Max Mustermann is the model for various shapes and applications, although totally fictional. However, it cannot be ruled out that some people actually had this name from birth; one can imagine the consequences this has on their daily life.
Anyone who finds themselves in the situation of having to choose a name for their offspring will usually think twice before making a decision. What the list of the most hated baby names of 2022 It goes to show that there are a few things to consider when making your choice if you don’t want to do your child a disservice. But what if you enter a name on the birth certificate that was completely “unencumbered” at that time, and this name only gained a dubious reputation through other events?
Confusion alarm at Hanna Herbst: Absurd message reached ZDF-Magazine-Royale journalist
That’s how Hanna Herbst feels. Look familiar? So it is quite possible that she likes to look at ZDF Magazin Royale or that she has a number of “Mimik” on her shelf. The latter is a psychological thriller released in 2022 written by Sebastian Fitzek. the The author has made a name for himself in the genre with several bestsellers.was standing last year with his work in second place among the best-selling books on Amazon Germany. In her most recent work, Hanna Herbst is the central figure of a murder hunt. As an expert in mime resonance, she can read other people’s faces, but in Fitzek’s story she has to trace her own abysses.
Being called Hanna Herbst in real life would be a coincidence that could produce hilarious and abstruse anecdotes. And that’s exactly how it is for journalist Hanna Herbst: Herbst recently contacted the manager on duty in ZDF Magazine Royale is, a mixed message that she in Twitter published.
In all seriousness, Herbst was asked if he would “give an audience of around 200 executives from Germany’s largest insurance broker an idea of [i]her job as a mime resonance trainer.” The journalist did not reveal exactly which company was behind the message, nor is it known which reader of “Mimik” had the absurd idea. Herbst, who for fun threatens to advertise several books online, the protagonist of which is said to be Sebastian Fitzek, responded confidently to the request, saying that he had instead “gave a lecture on source criticism” but “didn’t I was interested.”