When we forget a name, we are admitting to a lack of interest in the person, on some level.
Native American names are now fake.
Since the majority of us will never get the opportunity to be named by an eccentric celebrity, here’s a helpful chart to help you discover what your celebrity baby name would be.
Every time someone mentions your name, the room gets colder
I’m different in many aspects, but I think we’re at a time where it’s necessary to embrace that difference.
1. You can always tell your name is about be announced in any social or professional situation by the look of both horror and anxiety the announcer has on their face. (Meanwhile, you are cringing.)
Like an apology that is extended, I say, “You can call me Taznim; it’s easier to pronounce. You can call me anything that is easy for you.”
When you go to Starbucks, you always do the barista a favor and give them the spelling right away before they even ask.
I am wearing the heritage of both my mother and father; in my name, my ancestors are not forgotten.
Now you’re just another name on the list of actors who made a cameo in my life. They pretended to be different, kind and real but showed their true colors after the show was over, after the crowd applauded them and after they took a bow. Now you’re just another name on the list of performers who never really cared about the role but only wanted the attention.