A blog I often read has had a recurring (it's happened twice) feature where they seemingly pick a name at random and think of the stereotypes associated with the name. When I think about it I'm...a namist? Like Betsy. I've never had any luck with Betsy's. Those bitches steal unicorn stickers, they tattle. They're evil and certainly not cute enough to pull off the evil.
I think the name Rick for a boy is really gross. Like they could grow up to be HUGE perverts. I don't even KNOW a Rick so I don't know where that's coming from, that's odd. This is name prejudice and I'm guilty.
Then there are just the boring names. The ones that everyone has and you don't pay them any mind. Not even worth a stereotype.
So onto my name. Why do so many of you people name your dogs Kasey/Casey? I mean, come on! I have a dog name. There was a dog named Casey that lived near my house growing up. It would get loose all the time and so the family that owned it would be outside my house shouting my name. That kind of shit is unnerving. So I guess that could be one of the stereotypes of my name. Dog like.
Here's what the internet has to say about the meaning of my name:
vigilant, alert, vigorous
Does that work? Did my parents pick a good one? My mom wanted me to have a strong name. No sissy shit.
I rather like my name. I feel like it suits me. Do you think that people ending up living up or down to their name. For example, if I were named something like Stephanie or Lindsey would I still act the same? Do I even act like a Kasey?
I would like to hear what other think of their name or my name. Are you also a namist? Which names?