i have more. skittle? cherry? cookie? (snickerdoodle)? soda? sour cream?
now that I’ve heard it it sounds so good, even tho I’d never have thought of it if you hadn’t said it omgggg bless u — I will name my dog sour cream
He’s Reginald Theophilus III.
Albie, Archie, Alfie, Ollie
Biscuit is also cute and sorta silly as far as food names go
name it a food!! peanut? pickle?? pancake?? or waffle. call it waff.
I’m not calling my dog waff but I’ll consider a food name
Psst my mom’s cray dog is named Reggie
they can be country cousins for one another, it will be just like family, they can have fun play dates and wear matching bandanas and grow old together and howl into the pale blue moon on lonely summer nights knowing that the returning call is the call of a friend
I might be getting a dog soon (might), and I like these names
- Reginald (prob’ly call her Regi)
- Reykjavik (prob’ly call her Reky)
- or something that suits the doggy’s personality or appearance
also my doggy (the one I have already) is called Reecy so another R name might be confusing to her/the new dog idk, so Regi and Reky seem less likely???
feeling useless but also feeling comfortable with feeling useless so
Update: I have plans to go out with both the straight(???) girl and her ex boyfriend this week
Straight(???) girl and I are going to a gay club and she is way too excited about it
In some older versions of Persephone’s story, she was a young woman, not a young girl, and instead of accidentally wandering away, she had gone deliberately adventuring, when she fell, or was lured, or was kidnapped into Hell. Here Persephone’s adventurous spirit leads her into difficulty, instead of her being a passive victim of the wickedness of others. Her relationship with her mother gives her the courage to explore her world, and when events take a bad turn, their relationship gives her the strength to survive.
In a still older version, Persephone heard the despairing cries of the dead and chose freely to go into the Underworld to comfort them. Hades does not appear at all, in this version. Here Persephone’s descent to hell illustrates inclusiveness for every being, whether in the Underworld or in our present one, and shows that mercy is integral to her nature.
In the most ancient layer of myth, Persephone’s name means “She Who Destroys The Light.” She was the powerful Goddess of the Underworld long before anyone knew of Hades. Like the Indian Kali, the Irish Morrigan, and the Sumerian Ereshkegal, she was the Goddess of Death.