@Ophelia Broadcast News. I think.
I have a lot of feelings, but mostly that I need to start mixing my tartans.
I need an answer key.
Our mean girls were also in the marching band.
Our class president was sweet, smart and overweight.
Our most popular guys were also burnout adjacent.
Our drama club was full of cheerleaders.
Our homecoming queen was in AP Calculus.
Will this work OK with my metal French press?
Seriously, though, the glass French presses are just an explosion waiting to happen.
@RubeksCube My grandmother goes by her middle name, too. It's actually passed down through several generations as a middle name, so we share it. Sometimes, when my dude wants to tease me, he refers to me by my old lady middle name.
Also, my grandfather went by his middle name (which is SUPER old-timey) until he joined the Army.
@werewolfbarmitzvah Samuel. There you go.
If it helps, all the new boy babies I know have Con(n)or, Peter, Paul and/or Benjamin as part of their name. And I know way more than four new boy babies.
@iceberg At some point, all names are coinage names. My first name is a noun/place that became a name relatively recently. And, yet, people STILL mispronounce and misspell it on a regular basis.
However, I snark relentlessly on people who intentionally misspell our name. IT IS A THING. GET IT RIGHT.
@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher I love Emory and Amory for a girl; Amory for "This Side of Paradise." I also like Zelda, for the Fitzgerald.
I've always loved Philippa/Pippa for a girl, but the younger Middelton ruined that for me. And I named my car Pippa anyway.
@Rubyinthedust My name spiked about 10 years after I was born and the most common age is 12 years younger than I am.
This bodes well for future lies about my age.