Daily Prompt: A Name for Yourself

Daily Prompt: A Name for Yourself

 Some writers’ 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?


 

TNKerrvescent could be synonymous with many adjectives. Including but not limited to:

quiet or complex
zealous or apathetic
vivacious or boring
gentle or callous
unusual or insignificant
adorable or despicable
bewildered or aware
colorful or dull
mysterious or comprehensible
perfect or flawed
obnoxious or wonderful
kind or merciless
joyous or grave
thoughtful or imprudent
foolish or circumspect
enthusiastic or indolent
wild or controlled
lazy or industrious
wicked or caring
innocent or cunning
real or plastic
helpless or resourceful
strange or conventional
dangerous or secure

 It’s kinda gonna depend on who is doing the defining. Dontcha think?


 

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