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Reversed Greetings

Greet people with your name so they won't forget.
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When greeting people, say, "Hello, (YOUR NAME), I'm pleased to meet you." They would reply, "Hi, (THEIR NAME), haven't seen you in a while." No need to remember their name anymore. Nice and Neat.
rcain, Nov 21 2002

How to introduce your elf http://www.totallyc...s.net/introduce.htm
[thumbwax, Oct 21 2004]


       You should try this with your class for a few days; maybe you'd learn their names quicker.
RayfordSteele, Nov 21 2002

       People already do this all the time: "Hi, I'm Chris." "My name's Mike; pleased to meet you."
snarfyguy, Nov 21 2002

       Thanks, RayfordSteele, you're the guy with class.
rcain, Nov 21 2002

       As [snarfyguy] points out, people do this already and, in fact, I think it's common for them to drop the "Hi" or "my name is" part altogether.
bristolz, Nov 21 2002

       He don't know me very well, do he?
RayfordSteele, Nov 21 2002

       The names Bond, James Bond, HHHmm I kinda like that.
Micky Dread, Nov 21 2002

       Hm, yeah, good idea, but highly Baked (do it myself all the time).
DrCurry, Nov 21 2002

       "Hello Mr Neat"   

       "Hello Mr Nice"
skinflaps, Nov 22 2002

       Two psychics reverse greeting:
"We haven't met. You're Mr. Nice, you're glad to know me."
"And you're Mr. Neat, pleased to meet me."
Amos Kito, Nov 22 2002

       " Hello Mr and Mrs Tidy Garden   

       How are those children of yours what were their names again ?..oohh thats them, Neat and Nice "
skinflaps, Nov 22 2002

       "Hello, *thumbwax*, I'm pleased to meet you."
thumbwax, Nov 22 2002

       Sure would make those conversations with schizophrenics entertaining. I wonder if they'd ever let anyone else join in.
PeterSilly, Nov 22 2002

       what if you can't remember your own name?
yamahito, Nov 22 2002


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