I'm betting that not many people who clicked on this thread thought that the title was going to be the name of a nine-year-old-girl, eh? Can you imagine it, 'Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii, bedtime!'.
I'm almost inclined to think that being called something that bizarre as an adult would be quote fun; it would certainly garner a lot of attention and be a good ice breaker, though it would obviously be hard to be taken seriously. Really though, what kind of parent decides to name their daughter as a joke? Kids jump on any differences and one like this is just asking for trouble. Good on the kid for having the gumption to go get it changed, poor thing.
I suppose it raises an interesting question about whether there should be regulations about registering names and how far liberties should go in that regard, but it mostly just struck me because it's so very strange. Some of the other weird names in the article are rather interesting as well, Benson and Hedges for twins strikes me in particular - the valuing of a cheap gag over the confidence and experiences of your kids really is extraordinary.