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Replace Mr/s. with adjectives

Titles that help describe more than just gender.
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Everyone's title should be according to what type of person they are instead of Mr., Mrs. or Ms. These names should be choosen by the people that know you best.

For Example: if a person named Richard tended to be Honest, Honest Richard it is. Or a very outspoken person named Pam would have a salutation of Opinionated Pam.

I guess the only problem is there would need to be some type of verfication system.

sin, Jul 25 2001

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       If Frank talked a lot, but Gabby talked truthfully, you could have Gabby Frank and Frank Gabby... Or how about Earnest Christian and Christian Ernest? I like it.
Guy Fox, Jul 25 2001
  

       "...Sir Launcelot the Brave, Sir Gallahad the Pure, and Sir Robin the-not-quite-so-brave-as-Sir-Launcelot, who had nearly fought the Dragon of Angnor, who had nearly stood up to the vicious Chicken of Bristol, and who had personally wet himself at the Battle of Badon Hill, and the aptly named Sir Not-appearing-in-this-film..."
mihali, Jul 25 2001
  

       or go back to how so many native american choose names. you could be ' touches himself' or 'throws like a girl'   

       unfortunately,my last name is PITTS, so i have no choice but to name my kids HARRY or PEACH or i was even considering LaBREA TARA PITTS
trav2, Jul 25 2001
  

       what like the one about 2 gay irishmen called patrick fitzgerald and gerald fitzpatrick?
technobadger, Jul 25 2001
  

       Can I be "Noteasilycharacterisedbyasingleword Stef".
st3f, Jul 26 2001
  

       I love this. Nice one, sin.
iuvare, Jul 26 2001
  

       you could just use the (somewhat archaic sounding) practice of fitting a title to a situaton or relationship..
'Friend Joseph'
'Good Steve'
etc.
badoingdoing, Jul 26 2001
  

       Start of an interview: "So, (lookin at resume), Perfect Esther, why do you think you're perfect for this job?"
BartJan, Jul 26 2001
  

       "I'm still wondering how you arrived at 'your arse', handmaiden?" -- Mania
reensure, Jul 26 2001
  

       This is using Larry King: King Larry.
darkknight_152002, Jul 23 2003
  

       But, being a minor schizo, i am way too many thing to name...could i have alternating names i announce to my friends?
"Hi guys, today I'm Loud Igirl."
or "Hi guys, today I'm Psycho Hillbilly Igirl!"
igirl, Jul 24 2003
  

       Rather than the names being DEscriptive, I think they should be PREscriptive. Know someone talkative? Call her Quiet Nancy. Know a real blowhard? Name him Humble Harry. With any luck, the name will modify the behavior.
ConsultingDetective, Feb 04 2004
  
      
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