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Monday, September 28, 2009

Mrs Orthograph...

A riddle :
"Mr Cruise and Mrs Cruz have a daughter. How do they name her?
I'm SO not into working on my blog, these days, you couldn't imagine... I could tell you that my daily life is hectic, but why lie? So I'm filling up with some nonsense. Which, to be honest, isn't much of a change!
You know how women whose name is famous ADD to it the name of their husband when they get married, instead of simply changing. Especially among scientists and celebrities. For example: Mrs Carla Bruni-Sarkozy.
So I was wondering : does Mrs Tom Cruise, whose name is not identical, now want to be called Penelope Cruz-Cruise?
Hahaha! Fart! :-P

Devinette :
"Monsieur Cruise et Madame Cruz ont une fille. Comment l'appellent-ils?
J'ai une de ces flemmes, en ce moment, pour travailler sur mon blog, mais alors une flemme... Je vous dirais bien que ma vie quotidienne est trépidante, mais pourquoi mentir? Alors je fais du remplissage avec des niaiseries. Ce qui, pour être franc, ne change pas grand-chose!
Vous savez comment les femmes dont le nom est connu y RAJOUTENT celui de leur époux quand elles se marient, plutôt que de simplement changer. Surtout parmi les scientifiques et les vedettes. Exemple: Mme Carla Bruni-Sarkozy.
Alors je m'interrogeais : est-ce que Mme Tom Cruise, dont le nom n'est pas identique, se fait maintenant appeler Pénélope Cruz-Cruise?
Hahaha! Prout! :-P


Anonymous said...

I don't approve of hyphenated names. Keep your own name or take the guy's...but choose! Or you could do like Jack White, who took his wife's name. Or Picasso, who took his mother's. That's a little weird. I'm not sure if there's a solution. No matter how unusual a first name is, someone else will have it, so we kind of need surnames.

Unless we want to go to a number system. "I am not a number! I am a free man!"


Pascal [P-04referent] said...

"Unless we want to go to a number system."
It has been tested...

incontinentia buttocks said...

The Prisoner.

Pascal [P-04referent] said...

Yeah, that too. Thanks for the reminder, Wardeness.

P.S.: How are those holes in the desert going? Found any onions lately?

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