Maybe we will leave that discussion for another time and just stick to the second strangest relationship of the series, Bulma and Vegeta. As a result, Vegeta and Bulma have had two children in Trunks and Bulla, with both of them playing their parts in the Dragon Ball series as well.
Now, fans have learned the girl's name is Caulifla, and she is not someone you want to mess with.
Ultimately this leads them to develop a mutual attraction and they begin an affair, which results in her becoming pregnant with his child. By the time Bulma gives birth to their son, Trunks, Vegeta flees to space to become a Super Saiyan and doesn't return until a year later when the Androids arrive.
Vegeta's planned Saiyan name for Bulla, Eschalot, comes from "shallot" - a type of onion which fits with her head-shape as a baby and the Saiyan naming trend of vegetable-based puns.
In Dragon Ball: The Path to Power, when Goku meets Bulma, he laughs and says she has a funny name, to which she replies "Don't you think I know that? It's a family name" which is a reference to her family naming scheme. In the Dragonball Evolution video game, Bulma's last name is Enchanto.
Bulla is the second child of Vegeta and Bulma, and thus is both half Saiyan and half Earthling by blood. She is born six years after the defeat of Kid Buu.
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Bulma and Yamcha Bulma and Yamcha first met when they were 16-years-old. Eventually, Bulma gave up on using the Dragon Balls to wish for the perfect boyfriend and Yamcha to wish for his fear to go away once they realized they had each other. They become a couple and quickly fall in love.
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