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posted by Megan at 8:19 PM
Hopefully she wasn't trying to tell you she had lice.
Don't think so, but I couldn't hear.
If you're sore, use some ICE.Makes sense coming from a personal trainer.
You think that's what she said? The music was so loud.
I was *so* going to say the lice thing, but I couldn't pull up the comments page. Is there someplace I can apply for half credit?
Could be she just was being careful not to be understood at all, given recent events...from News of the WeirdMegan Conroy, 18, pleaded guilty in Brisbane, Australia, in September, to assaulting a 40-year-old man in May (by kicking him in the testicles) because he had mispronounced her first name. (And if you ever meet her, it's "mee-gan," not "may-gun.") [The Age (Melbourne), 9-6-07] Care to share with the rest of us how to address you?
I say M-egg-in. No one ever says that back to me. I assume it is the western drawl that sends it to Maygin. I don't care, and would be surprised to hear M-egg-in back after all this time. I will not kick anyone over it.
I'm currently conflicted over which is the following annoys me more thoroughly: Nevada pronouced Neh Vahh Dah, ormy own name pronounced Maygin.Meg and May are clearly different names. Ms. Megan, I call you Meg-n, right? A pox on my house if I ever call you May-gin. --OtherMeg-n
FunnierMegan, that's right. We do say it the same way.
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