Do you like your name?
I actually resent my first name. It’s so common, bakya and very cliche. I wish my parents named me Stacy or Stephanie or Sunshine instead but I super love my nick. Parang it’s so easy to get along with someone named MALEN. Donchathink? lol. I had a pleasure of meeting another ‘MALEN’ in person when I joined STAIRS (Theater and Dance School) 3 years ago and she’s really super nice and super kalog too. Masarap kausap. Parang laging positive feelings, ganda ng aura and very lovely person. Hahaha. You’re not convinced, I see. Dahil gusto kong patunayan yan at gusto kong kumbinsihin ang sarili ko na totoo yan, naghanap ako ng ibidinsya ba.
There are 5 letters in your name.
Those 5 letters total to 18
There are 2 vowels and 3 consonants in your name.
Your number is: 9
The characteristics of #9 are: Humanitarian, giving nature, selflessness, obligations, creative expression.
The expression or destiny for #9:
The expression that you exhibit is represented bythe number 9. Your talents center in humanistic interests and approaches. You like to help others as you were intended to be the ‘big brother or big sister’ type. You operate best when you follow your feelings and sense of compassion, and allow yourself to be sensitive to the needs of others. You work well with people, and have the potential to inspire. This suggests that you could successfully teach or counsel. Creative ability, imagination and artistic talent of the highest order are present in this expression. If you are able to achieve the potential of your natural expression in this life, you are capable of much human understanding and have a lot to give to others. Your personal ambitions are likely to be maintained in a very positive perspective, never losing sight of an interest in people, and a sympathetic, tolerant, broad-minded and compassionate point of view. You are quite idealistic, and disappointed at the lack of perfection in the world. You have a strong awareness of your own feeling as well as those of others. Friendships, affection, and love are extremely important.
O di ba?! Hahaha. Tama ang intuition ko.
I actually think that your name sometimes define who you are. Your name speaks so much of you or your parents or your family. Like if your name is kinda imported, most likely, your parents are both into imported stuffs, di ba may punto naman ako. Like if your parents are both into music naman, probably, they’ll name you as POP, JAZZ, RAP, RAVE, ROCK, HIPHOP, EMO, PUNK or ZILDJIAN. Hahaha. If you’re parents are activists or makabayan, malamang you’re now called MAKI (FYI: MAKI PULIDO, yep, the GMA7 reporter is actually MAKIBAKA PULIDO, ayosss!), MAKISIG or MAGTANGGOL.
I wished my real name was somewhat unique instead of somewhat boring. Or sana kahit man lang naging 2 names.
When I was growing up in Malanday, I’ve got childhood friends named DAN-DAN, DEN-DEN, DIN-DIN, DING-DING and DON-DON. And would you believe, PIDO and DIDA were my next door neighbors! When I was in gradeschool, I met someone named AMERJAPHIL (America, Japan, Philippines!!!) and Mary Venus Vinegrette (haha, salad dressing). When I got into HS, I befriended a pretty girl named LUZVIMINDA. I’ve also got twin classmates named FAITH and HOPE. My cousin got a friend named ABCDEE (ab-se-dee). When I turned college, I had a classmate named BAYANI who got a crush on FILIPINAS, unfortunately, they didn’t end up together. When I started working, I met WIRELESS and BRIDGE.
My boss got cousins named A (eldest), K and Z(youngest). lol. I would love to meet SUNDEE and the rest of her sisters (MONDEE, TUESDEE and WEDNESDEE). Ruthie got a suitor before named REXONA (tsk tsk tsk, he wont let you down daw, sayang Ruth!) We have a relative who named her daughter as PHOEBE KATES. And there’s LOVEA (pronounced as LOVE YAH!lol). Amy’s got a neighbor named ROYDIN (ROY TOO) name after the father (ROY). And have you met UNO and her sister UNA? You bet, it would be fun meeting Ginabonevie in person.
Nakaka-lurkei sila…but my real name, it’s just plain and ordinary. Hinde kahit kelan mapapabilang sa discussion or blog ang name ko. It doesn’t have any bearing.
Anyway, I think naming names is one of the greatest invention or discovery or phenomenon or whatever-you-call-that-thing that ever happen to us. So, as much as I don’t wanna use my real name, I really cannot do anything about it so I’ll just have to live and die with it. Imagine if we’re a bunch of NAMELESS PEOPLE and we call each other by pssst, hoy, hey or by serial numbers…
Hi, my name is 10126-13699-5, how may I help you?