DP Daily Prompt: A Name for yourself

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Some writer’s names have become adjectives, Kafkaesque, Marxist, Orwellian, Sadistic, if your name (or nickname, or blog name) were to become an adjective, what would it mean?

Somehow I feel my name or nickname even my blog name can become adjectives, it will simply not make sense. This is my contribution  for this  prompt.

https://sabethville.wordpress.com/2014/05/26/dp-daily-promp…e-for-yourself/

DP Daily Prompt: Ha Ha Ha Post by Ranu

English: Portrait of 1-year-old baby girl

English: Portrait of 1-year-old baby girl (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When parents give us nick names,they forget one thing i.e we all grow up and the name becomes a cause of embarrassment in some cases.

Take the case of my brother Rafique,he is more than grown up now. If some one close to him calls him “Baby” in a public place like an airport,it is quite embarrassing.

Once we were at the airport waiting for our flight,one of the attendants, was calling our names,we went one at a time.Then he called,”Baby” my youngest brother,he was not given a name at that point. We all told Rafique, his nick name is ‘Baby’ that the attendant was calling him,he reluctantly stood up and complained that Dad,should not have written his nick name.He walked over to the desk.Flabbergasted the attendant, sized him up head to foot and blurted out,”Are you sure you are a Baby?” There we were laughing like lunatics. He warned us he will get us some day.That day has not arrived, perhaps it never will!

We did not let Rafique forget it.