It's passion that motivates me.
My beautiful 500GB external hard drive in which I will store all my precious documents/music/pictures/files.
Pocketsized too. How convenient.
Happy me :]
Now, what shall I name him/her?
I recommend: Eugene. *Keeps a straight face*
I "suggest," Michael, it's "suggest". LOL. NO WAY. NOT EUGENE. Think of a more interesting name please? *Eugene, don't hit me :/
I like "recommend" better. *still tries to keep straight face*
Please. another name.
How about: μικρή τεχνολογία ? It means small technology in Greek!
Ah! And no names in another language other than english!
try this webpage: http://www.seventhsanctum.com/index-equi.php*still seeking*
or extardrive, or Léinehpets. These first word is an abbreviation of external hard drive; the second is a play on your name!
Hahah Mike. I need an easier name. Something that's cool, easy to pronounce, and relevant to my external HD's personality. Whoa :pEliz: Erin, eh? Not bad, but that's Daryl's little sister's name...I came up with Weebo (influence of the 1997 film 'Flubber', I know :p).But whaddya think?
Somehow, Weebo makes me think of spiders... idk why ^_^"How about Blanco? I think it means white in Spanish...?
How 'bout WenDy? WD, get it? Why Erin, Elizabeth?
I think Weebo's cute :)Blanco is pretty, but my External HD isn't exactly white.What do you guys think about Starr? or Shawn?
It looks white to me... *_*Starr as in Brenda? Mm...no. I don't think it suits.I think Shawn is quite nice...though I think that the alternate spelling of "Sean" might be better :)*blithely cuts and pastes from Wikipedia*Erin is the name given to the female personification of Ireland. As a given name, Erin is used for both sexes, although, given its origins, it is principally used as a feminine forename. ^_^ Anyways, I've got Ireland on my mind, that's all (The New Policeman is set in Ireland, and is replete with the local folklore :)
Ugh, no. Not Brenda Starr. I didn't even think of her, though not surprisingly, you did. Hahaaa :DAnd well, I don't see my HD coming from Ireland. So...So, probably Shawn? I don't like 'Sean'. Heh. And I like that 'w' in 'Shawn'. I don't know >.<
Brenda Starr is about the only Starr I've ever heard of...-_-"Actually...the name Shawn originates from Ireland. It's a variation on the Irish name "Sean" which is derived from the name "John" which means "God is gracious" :) We have a book of names so that's how I find out their meanings...(I also double checked it on the Internet ;P)
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