I'm thinking about it.
Might be alright.
That sort of thing.
it'd be good at the hairdressers or something, when they ask you what you're up to etc if you just lied about everything and saw how far you got.
My name is daft.
I introduced myself to an attrative and accidentally referred to myself by my surname, then realising the mistake said my first name accompanied by the surname I'd said before (to confirm it was my surname).
Because my name is James it was even worse because obviously (surname) James (surname) can be seen as an allusion to Bond James Bond.
Last time I used my real name they wrote 'Brate' on my drink anyway. Brate isn't a name.
"Vincent" with a french accent.
don't go to Starbucks much though, because it's awful.
in a thick Irish accent
(Full name is Grant Craig Robet Foley)
Sorry what's your name!
My name's Lo-Pan!
I should def use this the next time I find myself sort of fancying a girl I see in Waterstones (i.e. when I next go to a Waterstones)
Having to explain my name is actually storm gets pretty old pretty fast sometimes.
cos it sounds more grownup
Munkwater Yontingchaine. That's well adult
so when i'm bored of one i can just be like hi i'm this other person. never done it yet though
when I was about 12. It never caught on. My first name is okay but people always get it wrong because it sounds like quite a few other names.