"I hate your bunny" is so bad arse. I'm going to use it next time I'm having an argument (mock or otherwise).Hey how's it going, MCL? Feels like ages. All good in your world?
I am in a call centre answering questions about the election. Saying "Hello, my name is Samantha. What is your postcode?" is getting old. Tomorrow I intend to start making up names instead - Hello, my name is Agatha, or perhaps Agnes, or perhaps Gertrude."I crave variety.
Did you end up using fake names?We could make a list of potential names to use.
I intend to start tomorrow and suggestions are welcome :)Although I am speaking to a lot of older Australians and Gertrude and Agnes aren't going to seem at all strange to them.
Ooh! A list. Marvellous. May I suggest:FeliciteIphegeniaDonnaJulie-AnneMargaretLorettaGriseldaLissaAnneCatriona (different from 'Katrina', of course)PennyJosephineMary-Belle (I will send you a book something if you use this one - mercy! What a name)You know, my name sounds a bit like 'Samantha' and sometimes people call me 'Samantha' by mistake. Funny - your name is my fake name, eh.
WindyHedwig (pronounced German, like Hetvik)Georgiana
Actually how about you go through the names of every female in a Jane Austen book, and also put on a bit of a matching persona per phone call?
Perdita, Magrat and Gytha ;-)
hahahahahahaawesomeI was just going through my Discworld poster books trying to decide on a picture to take into work for my cubical wall - lolI am not sure I could carry off Mary-belle - I shall practice tonight in the shower and maybe have a spin MondayWhen I say my name on the phone, people frequently seem to think I say Vanessa??? I've never understood why.