With a name like that...
How about this for a name...
... Piers Maserati. Pretty impressive, eh?
And yes, he is a racing driver. Former GT champ, by the way.
He had to be a racing driver with a name like that. His mum and dad named him that because they wanted him to be a racing driver, in the cockpit and off in a cloud of dust just as soon as his little arms and legs would allow him.
He's gonna teach me to drive around a race track REALLY fast. That's the new box to tick for the first of '09. Tash is gonna do it as well. It's the smart move.
Once worked with a guy called Rick Zarko, real name. He was a guitarist in a band. Had to be. Know any people with cool real names?
What with our bump almost baked and ready to drop at any mo, names are, of course, at the top of our agenda.
We are still convinced it is going to be a little boy babba and have only chosen the one nom. It's been the same nom from the off, we haven't changed it or even been tempted to err once.
He will also have two middle names. If it does turn out to be a little girl we thought maybe Emma-not-a-son-Fittipaldi (Evans). Wonder what she would end up doing?
Loving the book theme. I feel this year is a year for reading, it's inexpensive, it's educational, it's peaceful, it's positive and it's really cool.
Back to old Will Shugsper (just one of the seventy odd ways he spelt his name), you know if a word he wanted to use didn't exist he just made it up!
This, my friends, is the way forward. I was writing something earlier today and I very much wanted to utilise the word unfulfillment but guess what, It doesn't exist. Well it blimmin' well should (nor' by the way does the word blimmin' !!!) It's the opposite obviously of fulfillment.
So, do I stick it in there and risk being considered illiterate, or do I take the sting out of what I really want to say and use another word which I really don't want to ?
Ah the dilemmas of the DJ
P.S. All good chat about my friend yesterday, thanks for that.