This Word Generator Reveals the Ridiculous Way Sean Spicer Would Pronounce Your Name

Website pokes fun at Sean Spicer for pronouncing names wrong. Buzz60's Emily Drooby (@emilydrooby) also now known as Emissary Dropke has the story. He may be best known for his gum swallowing habit and his resemblance to Melissa McCarthy, but White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has also become a meme because he mispronounces the names of foreign leaders—he called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “Joe Trudeau” and Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull “Malcolm Trumble.

And now, because the internet will never let a good joke die, the Sydney Morning Herald has created the “Spicer-izer.” Simply type in a name and press “Go” to see how it would sound on the Press Secretary’s lips. This reporter became:

Not quite, Spicey.

Not quite, Spicey. Sydney Morning Herald

While my colleague Sage Lazzaro’s name was changed to:

Um, kind of?

Um, kind of? Sydney Morning Herald

Here are a couple more examples from the Observer office:

Actual name: Matthew Corkins.

Actual name: Matthew Corkins. Sydney Morning Herald

Actual name: Margaret Abrams.

Actual name: Margaret Abrams. Sydney Morning Herald

The same pattern holds true for celebrities. The Grammy-snubbed Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z became:

Girl, no.

Girl, no. Sydney Morning Herald

While the chronically “overrated” Meryl Streep is now:

How exotic.

How exotic. Sydney Morning Herald

The best result, however, comes when you input the name of Spicer’s boss:


Sad! Sydney Morning Herald

So there you have it: President Trump has another reason to hate the media, and you have the perfect time waster for your long weekend. Enjoy!