Thursday, September 10, 2009

Nerd Rule(s): Female Naming Conventions

When discussing any female, whether there is a possibility of romance or not, she should be referred to by a geographical location until such a time that her real name is suitable, or an alternative nickname has been set in place and is agreed upon by all parties.

[ Origin: My good friend Adam is currently living in Germany. Through the miracles of modern technology(Instant Messaging), we've been able to keep in touch and talk on a near daily basis. One popular topic is women, and due to my bad memory, it was necessary to develop an alternative naming scheme that was easy to remember. ]

- examples
1. Ana - Chile
2. Jo - Chicago
3. Ruth - Ohio
4. Mandi - Montana
5. Rachael - Kansas

3 comments:

  1. All men described to my family are given nicknames according to their jobs. Because, really, all Kevin wants to know is that the guy has a job...

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  2. Where is Smitchell located on the map? :)

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  3. She would be Seattle, but this clause applies:

    ...she should be referred to by a geographical location until such a time that her real name is suitable, or an alternative nickname has been set in place and is agreed upon by all parties...

    I think we've all agreed on Smitchell as an alternative nickname.

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