Friday, April 13, 2007

It's About Time...

Some of you know.
Some of you don't.
For those who don't, we finally picked a name:

Hint: It ain't "Gregory," and it ain't "Peck" either...

16 comments:

  1. Oosje5:43 AM

    ...and it fits perfectly with Boo, another wonderful character in this timeless movie!

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  2. That is too funny, one of my co-workers just had a baby boy in January and named him Atticus as well... for the same reason.

    He was surprised when I got the TKAM reference... it is hands-down one of my all-time favorite books!

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  3. and his lounge name?

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  4. Anonymous7:35 AM

    Remember.... lounge names! Thanks Lisa for reminding us all!

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  5. I think Gopher is a great Lounge name for the youngin'.

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  6. The Monkey will be the Girl. The boy will be the Boy. The Dog, formerly the Boy, will now be just the Dog...

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  7. I vote for a Lounge moniker of "The Piglet".

    After all, the Monkey was born in the Year of the Monkey. 2007 is the Year of the Pig ;-)

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  8. Por Str....uh, dog..

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  9. For a creative person such as yourself, the Girl, the Boy, and the Dog are pisspoor names.

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  10. Oosje5:25 PM

    I agree with "a". surely you can be more creative than that!

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  11. OK OK

    Fine.

    The Girl will be "Katrina Van Tassel"

    The Boy will be "Abraham Van Brunt"

    The Dog will be "Ichabod Crane..."

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  12. Katrina Van Tassel...

    This poor child is destined for a career in the adult industry

    I still think you Yanks are weird not having the Happy Families card game - but if you used those, I'd get it

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  13. We have our own version of Happy Families. It's called Family Feud, and I think it's one of the few shows that the UK actually took from America as opposed to vice versa.

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  14. The Americans turned happy families to feuding families?

    figures....

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  15. LOL, actually Lisa-- according to "A", it's the other way around: the Brits took a feud and turned into a happy show ;-)

    Anyway, it's not a family feuding amongst itself, it's two families squaring off against each other-- the hallmark of any competitive show.

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  16. Its not a show its a card game...
    Like Go Fish apparently

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Be compelling.

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