I have a unique name. It isn't a difficult name--six letters, two syllables, common sounds in the English language--but it is a highly unusual name. Nobody gets it right. Ever. I always have to repeat it, spell it (which is amazingly unhelpful) and sometimes correct the pronunciation again. So. Calypso's BO can NOT get my name right. She says it wrong. Really wrong. Stuffs an extra syllable in and changes a letter to a different one. I've corrected her a couple of times, but I hate to keep correcting people over and over because it just gets. . . Awkward. But today. She introduced me to four other people. By the wrong name. Who all started calling me BY THE WRONG NAME. I didn't correct them--I was riding!-- but it grated on me like fingernails on a chalkboard and I wanted to scream by the end of the lesson because both BO and the instructor today are the type of people that use names all the freaking time. Like, "DooAna, give him more of a squeeze! Good job, DooAna!" It's so dang ANNOYING. But it is petty and stupid and continually correcting people about will probably not actually achieve anything expect to make them feel really awkward. So, should I speak up and correct it? Or not?