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12/15/2008 c2 67moongazer7
Ha, how did you find out about those Chinese words? That just amuses me more.
12/15/2008 c1 2PBArcadia
I'd love to see what you put down for the names Pamela and Ryan. You are very original on this, pretty funny.
10/25/2008 c2 13kileiah
Haha. This is quite amusing.

I'm especially amused by the Cantonese-to-English translations, since I speak both myself. Geor-ge indeed...

A very fun read. XD
8/2/2008 c1 59Tranquil Thorns
Very creative! =)

I like the bits of humor in here - the bit about chickens and the pronunciations themselves (I liked the George one especially).

Keep working on this! I think it's a great idea.
7/21/2008 c1 4I see London I see Sam's Town
Personally, I don't think my mind is this creative XD But what you're doing here seems like a fun idea C: Just a side note: I noticed you wrote "it tis" a few times. "'Tis" (with apostrophe) is short for "it is," so it doesn't make much sense to put "it tis." It's like saying, "it is, it is." :D Anyway, have fun writing for the next name :P


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