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27 February 2009 @ 03:29 pm
And even though I hate kids, I still want to name one  
I came up with names for my children because I do that with my stuffed toys. The difference is I can buy stuffed toys. I would have bought babies but there's not much money in my saving account (not to mention I would totally be an irresponsible parent). I want to have children so I could name them (one shallow reason that's also amoral)...that is, if I decided one day that matrimony isn't such a fuckery and I would still be together in the future with my boyfriend or we haven't killed each other yet. This is actually entertaining, like a creative, mental execise.

Sebastian Kirshner
Sakura Keresna

It's pretty self-explanatory but I find it necessary to explain the fact that Sebastian from Kuroshitsuji makes me lose the fine grip on my senses. As for the second name, it's from this actress Mia Kirshner from The L Word who plays an egocentic, 'tortured' lesbian-writer Jenny Schecter. Mia's a very hawt chick with the most perfect shade of raven black hair and the bluest eyes. And she fucks really good in her rated movies even though she's far from whorish in real-life (she's quite timid and reclusive as a person, as far as I can judge from her video interviews. She's uncomfortable talking about her views on sex but she has no problem fornicating on screen as long as her character fascinates her.)  My boyfriend is an otaku for Sakura the cardcaptor. And Keresna means "love and glory." I forgot in which language. I have a penchant for this name since I was nine.

Sherlock Azriel
Nisa Celeste

Again, self-explanatory with the Sherlock. He's my most beloved fictional character. As for Azriel, it was my guy best friend's name. Nisa is one of my boyfriend's created female personas when he's online. Celeste is like celestine which means 'heavenly' and I've always fancied it to be my real name as God's daughterI'm a fucking Catholic freak.

Oscar Alexandre
Viola Nicoline

Oscar Wilde. Alexandre Dumas. Big fan of both. Viola because of [info]viola_canina whom I find so endearing. And Nicoline because of my grasshopper apprentice[info]3pleconfusion (she loves that name).

Windsor Isaac
Nana Irene

Harlan Coben, one of my favorite mystery-thriller writers, has this book series about this sports agent Myron Bolitar who has a WASPy, pretty boy philander of a best friend named Windsor Horne Lockwood III. It's a kind of name that says "flaming asshole." And Isaac is a biblical name, Abraham's son who was offered to God in the altar of sacrifice, you know the storyGod was just fucking around with old Bram, of course, tricky ominiscient bastard! <3 And then we have Nana because of speaky_bean whom I respect greatly for her writing talents. And Irene is from the Sherlock Holmes story A Scandal in Bohemia. She was the first woman to dupe Holmes (and rumored love interest of said sleuth around fanfiction circles).
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★ horizon tall: [manga] death note » mellodayari on February 27th, 2009 10:49 am (UTC)
That's something I used to do a lot in high school--come up with names for my future might-be children, I mean. I sometimes skimmed old volumes of French literature, just for the awesome names. XD;

I like these names, especially "Viola Nicoline"--that sounds like a girl with this name will be a musician one day, I think. ^_^

Sorry for the edit! First comment ever on your LJ, and already I fail. XD;

Edited at 2009-02-27 10:49 am (UTC)
Harleigh Maureen Cooper: sanzo profanityharleycooper on February 27th, 2009 02:05 pm (UTC)
Yeah? I like French names too. Viola Nicoline sounds French because 'Nicoline' means "Little Nicole."

Why does it strike you as a musician's name?

And thank you for the comment! Yay~! for first comments~XD
Nana Banana: Raindrops on rosesspeaky_bean on February 27th, 2009 05:40 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure if this is exactly what dayari was thinking, but a viola is a musical instrument, which is similar to a violin, so I can see the connected!
★ horizon tall: [manga] death note » mellodayari on February 28th, 2009 09:18 am (UTC)
Correct, ma'am! ^_^ ♥
★ horizon tall: [movie] twilight » guitar herodayari on February 28th, 2009 09:17 am (UTC)
Well, for one, a viola is a musical instrument, a bit like a violin--and I can just imagine a kid with the name 'Nicoline' practicing said viola out on a porch on a sunny afternoon, or something ^_^ The combination of these two names just sounds like someone who'd love music to me!

You're welcome! I enjoy leaving comments on my friends' LJs! I was really surprised to see this entry on my f-list, because I thought I recalled you saying something about a hiatus until April, but I was delighted! You seem really interesting! ^_^
Harleigh Maureen Cooper: matsukenharleycooper on March 6th, 2009 02:41 pm (UTC)
I am on HIATUS but I try to post even when I am and I also try to comment on friend entries. I'm fucking gifted that way! XD Anyway, I friended you because of your comments on Nana-san's stories. See, I'm her big fan~! She writes wonderful DN fanfiction.

I want to join dn_contest but I really have no time somehow.
viola_canina on February 27th, 2009 12:05 pm (UTC)
Viola Nicoline - that's really flattering. *_*
Harleigh Maureen Cooper: frail tezukaharleycooper on February 27th, 2009 02:07 pm (UTC)
I really like your name. It feels good pronouncing it. Not to mention it's the twin sister of the violin, right? XD

And I want to duplicate you~! But what is your Russian name, if I may ask? Onegai?
viola_canina on February 27th, 2009 04:14 pm (UTC)
My real name is Olga. If you know Hey Arnold!, you might remember the two sisters, Helga and Olga... their names amused me a lot back when I was a kid. ^^ Because Olga is a Slavic version of the Scandinavian name Helga. xD;
Harleigh Maureen Cooper: LMNharleycooper on March 6th, 2009 02:43 pm (UTC)
I think Olga is a pretty name. But why did you decided to call yourself Viola and what is canina by the way? XD Just curious. Shoulda asked this before.
Nana Banana: Fence flowers!speaky_bean on February 27th, 2009 05:44 pm (UTC)
You would name a child after me? My god, that's so incredibly flattering! My name is actually Anna, Nana is just what I go by online, but still, wow, that's...wow. I mean, I know you probably won't even have children, but still, this makes me feel really special. :D These names are all very nice.
Harleigh Maureen Cooper: matt is a cool bastardharleycooper on February 28th, 2009 01:45 am (UTC)
Yes, I know Anna. Anna Banana, right? XD You mentioned it to me when I posted that stupid fucking entry about religion that exposed my real person to you. And I want to duplicate you too, like Viola-chan! A small Nana-san. She will be my own princess daughter <3
Raven: ♚ Grell *heart*thanks4smokin on February 27th, 2009 06:11 pm (UTC)
LOL You too? I have a lot of names (mostly male) for kids I don't even want to have! But maybe I'll have one just to name him Dorian Sebastian or Ernest Szayel... or Aizen <3
Harleigh Maureen Cooper: Can you hear the bells?harleycooper on February 28th, 2009 01:46 am (UTC)
Ooh, Dorian Sebastian sounds delectable~! Syazel? Where have I heard that name?
exquisitdefect: the dog is out for his evening killexquisitdefect on February 28th, 2009 06:21 am (UTC)
I love your name choices! See I have a fascination with the name Amalia Star, not sure I want kids either though - the thought of a human being coming out from there....


Anyway. Sherlock! I have his whole collection sitting right next to me ;D And Alexandre's stories are under my bed. We have the same tastes....awesome. Anyway I love the names, and the reasoning behind all of them.

I can never keep up with how much you think, I envy you <3
Harleigh Maureen Cooper: Can you hear the bells?harleycooper on March 6th, 2009 02:47 pm (UTC)
I love Sherlock Holmes!!! And I made an article about him, in comparison of L of Death Note Here

XD And Dumas is just remarkable!! And what the fuck are you envying me for, mate? XD