on the town
Anxiety instantly becomes the most common name in the u.s.
@ThePandaPool , kinda like Avery
@Berntley, I've never met anyone named avery.
@ThePandaPool , It’s a pretty popular kids name these days. It was my wife and I’d favorite, until literally everyone on our Facebook feeds started naming their kids Avery. So yeah, unless you work in a school or daycare, maybe you haven’t met anyone named Avery, but you will.
@Berntley, so when my son starts school, all his friends will be avery.
@ThePandaPool , It’s probably gonna be that your son’s first real girlfriend is named Avery, and they’ll have a rough breakup, and then he’ll have a hard time getting close to any other woman, because they’re ALL named Avery, and that’s just too much for him.
@Berntley, so he'll have avery rough dating life?
Ba dum tiss
@ThePandaPool , that was bad. *thumbs up*
Mine would be Huge Dong McLong
@ImNotRacistBut, Has tiny penis, so instead spends all day ringing the church bell.
It worked for me.
My personality at 18 wouldn’t match by the time I turned 20.
What like Smurfs?
@Tis but a scratch, no, they’re still assigned names at birth, and if you try to break rank, you’re beaten with toadstools.
There would be online guides on how to act and carry yourself to get a desired name like class build guides
That’s kind of how elves in D&D do it, you don’t get a name until you turn 100 years old. Before then, you just get called the equivalent of “Junior”.
Mine would be vermin.
@CoolGuy10002, not "virgin"?
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, that's my first name.