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What’s in a name?  A question I fear was not posed by parents of years past while pondering the breadth and variety of available names for the people below* who were once tiny, nameless babies.  If, after much deliberation, the parent found that a name to suit their child was simply nonexistent, their “creativity” sprung forward, ready to fill the void.  And thus, out of a vacuum, the following names were born:

Chrystalatina

Profit

Wonder

Garynette

LaTarsha

Kokesia

Tyoshai

Navasha

Melvinia

LilJose

Sandquinette

Theleesa

Walldina

Tyechia

La (just…La…nothing else)

Starlet

Musilimont

Creola

Tyswahii

Although this stunning array of names has been shared with a few of you already, I felt it only appropriate that they be enshrined here for posterity.  Enjoy!

*All of these names are those of past and present employees at my company.  Don’t spread them around or I’ll hunt you down in the night like a badger hunting a garden snake.

UPDATE:  I don’t work at that company anymore, thank God.  But, still — you might wanna keep those names mostly to yourself or risk a seriously ghetto ass-beating.  Weaves will be pulled out, fake nails will be broken off in your eye socket and you will probably get a Payless stiletto to the temple.

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Tough Decisions

I am proud to say that I bought my wedding dress this weekend (well, I should say that my mother bought it, but, hey…) after a not-so-exhausting search.  It was remarkably easier than everyone had set me up to believe.  The only annoying part is waiting four months for the dress to actually be delivered and then sized/altered.  Couture = handmade.  Almost as good as beavermade.  If you don’t get that joke, I don’t care.

However, instead of posting a picture of the dress itself, which I don’t believe would do it justice, I’ve decided to instead post the pictures of the dresses I tried on but didn’t buy and the reasons therefore.  So, without further ado, Dress Number 1: (more…)

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