Yeah, I felt a very heavy responsibility in naming my children. I wanted them to have names that were known/accepted names, not too common, had some meaning (not just in terms of their actual definition, but in terms of the sentiment.) names that wouldn't get more than a normal amount of teasing. I got called Leach for part of a school year, but seriously, there's nothing wrong with the name Leah. Kids will tease pretty much any name some.
Le dash a, though, is doomed to a lifetime of people misspelling/mispronouncing her name and just plain thinking it's weird.
I might sound like a prick here, but I think she will not live in an overly literate part of reality. So long as everyone can say her name correcctly, she will not really suffer.
But the name reminded me of this old video: <object style="height: 390px; width: 640px"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/pCdmiZyyGjQ?version=3&feature=player_embedded"><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"><param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always"><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/pCdmiZyyGjQ?version=3&feature=player_embedded" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allowScriptAccess="always" width="640" height="360"></object>
if the person who draws the line...
stops a little later.....
her name would be........
Srsly, this simply is an act of "don't mess with geeks, or you'll find your pic on the net with some fun about you" I guess this Ledesha actualy didn't know that. ;-)
That would be Ledasha's mother. Ledasha will likely grow quite the sense of humor thanks to her mother. That, or she'll be permanently angry for no good reason.
Yeah, I was thinking Lehyphena as well, dothebart.
(Either that or she'll simply start spelling her name l-e-d-a-s-h-a)
Livid Lobster, Inc. is a media company. However, the folks posting reviews for this place comfortably refer to it as a very nice up-scale restaurant, despite knowing better. I think Google finds this annoying, because they removed all of the comments, but they're returning rather quickly.
Zopittybop-bop-bop arrested near Wisconsin Capitol.
In related news, Mr. Zopittybop-bop-bop found acquiring a job to be punishingly difficult since his name change.
So... apparently, a lot of people are quoting this young kid's verse for Drake and Josh's 12 Days Of Christmas. He says:
Fleeb ega queeshtiv.
Livid Lobster, Inc. is a media company. However, the folks posting
reviews for this place comfortably refer to it as a very nice up-scale
restaurant, despite knowing better. I think Google finds this
annoying, because they removed all of the comments, but they're
returning rather quickly.
I guess Google gave up on "cleansing" this one because the restaurant comments are no longer being deleted. Fleeb ega queeshtiv!
Huh. Gibberish as an art form.
Liberalism at its finest.
Those wacky Americans.
(without looking at the link)
Paris Hilton's brain matter?
That's how dense the matter is.
Her *privates* are *public*