Well it has been quite a while since our last update. Though our Rocktober shows have been going strong, I thought I would provide a little written snippet to tide everyone over until this Sunday. Be sure to tune in this Sunday though, for our special “Ol’ Tymey Radio Terror-cast” (tentative title).
What I’ll be reviewing this afternoon are my top five children’s names. Yes, one day, I plan on spreading my seed and endowing this planet with another set of geniuses and prodigies. But what will I name these children? Let’s take a look:
To begin, I will say that all the names I have come up with are masculine, so if I have a daughter she will have to deal.
Pros: I’m a junior. So if I named my son Roy, he would be the third! I can’t pass up that opportunity. Plus, his initials will sound like a robot. RJ-V3.
Cons: I guess its a little pretentious, egotistic and old-fashioned (I’m still doing it).
Pros: He’ll be the most popular kid in school until fourth grade!
Cons: Everyone will stop believing in him after that.
Pros: Genetics say that my son is likely to have the same feathery-frame and skeleton-thin body type that I have. Something needs to make my heir masculine and Hank is just the name to do it. Also, I can start taking the name back from those hicks who have soiled it for all these years. (I’m looking at you Hank Hill).
Cons: As I mentioned above, it’s a redneckish name.
Pros: This name just sounds delicious and it is so fun to say. “Tendercrisp! Get down from that tree!” It’s appealing, it’s nice mix of soft and hard sounds. Perfect name.
Cons: It’s not really a name, its a Burger King sandwich.
Pros: My son’s name would reflect a major social-economic theme: Rich Verspoor (Rich vs. Poor). Intelligent. Thought-provoking. Scholarly. Very few people can strike a philosophical chord just by introducing themselves.
Cons: A nickname for Rich is dick.
So, those are the potential names right now.What do you guys and girls think?
Roy? Santa? Hank? Tendercrisp? or Rich?