"She prefers the company of poison apples he prefers the company of nothing at all"
Without a Face
Poison Apples by Mewstone
Ellie is what I'll call my kid
I would have no qualms about naming my daughter Altaria.
Middle name if anything but then again being able to yell "Get back here Mew!" would be just too good to pass up.
"The military don't start wars. Politicians start wars."
- William Westmoreland
"The soldier above all others prays for peace, for it is the soldier who must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scars of war."
of course not
though I might name a pet after a Pokemon...
I would gladly name a pet after a Pokémon, but we're talking about a human being. I have a difficult to pronounce and embarrassing name, so I wouldn't ever force the same thing upon a child. I might name him/her after certain characters in Pokémon. Elesa's not a bad name. Neither is Drayden. And there are people in Pokémon with normal names, like Whitney, Jasmine, Clair, Cynthia, and Karen, to name a few. Fair warning: I am the sort of person that might actually name their kid Blue or Silver.
And if I have twin girls, I'm naming them Dusk and Dawn.
Crack some heads for me, darlings. Thank you, and good night.
Jirachi might work. Not for me, but in general.
Nah, that's a stretch.
Last edited by League; 5th September 2011 at 02:20 AM.
Feel free(r) to discuss Battle Strategy with me--I'll discuss anything really.
Besides being a strange (retired) battler with a storied, legendary, mythical, exaggerated, and relatively unknown career, I am also an amateur English B&W anime reviewer. (pachiba, you like?)
And I take hoedowns seriously.
I already changed my name after the Pokémon (show). And own kids I will never have so, no.
Everything is possible.
No. That'd just be really weird.
Me verás volar por la ciudad de la furia...
- Pokémon games are like boobs; designed for children, but more enjoyed by adults. (Someone on twitter)
Not really...Think of all the Pokemon haters out there.
I don't know what to put here. :D