Monday, November 24, 2008

How Natives get their names

(Before we get started, let me state that my Native name is Plays Baseball Like A Girl, which is a name I adopted in adulthood, and not my Native birth name.)


"Father," asked the young brave, "How do Native children get their names?"

"Well, my son," his father replied, "when a Native baby is born, he is named after the first sensation experienced by his father immediately following the birth. Hence, it could be Buffalo Hooves Stampeding, Eagle in Flight, Wind Rustling in Trees, or Cry of the Wolf, for example. Why do you ask, Two Dogs F**king?"

6 comments:

xup said...

I know, I know, you're here every Thursday...don't forget to tip your waiter...

Ma Horton said...

You are such a mantard .

Newsguy Bob said...

Thank you, my White sister, thank you very much.

Zhu said...

I laughed - does it mean I'm a bad person?

Newsguy Bob said...

Um, no. It means that you have a sense of humour. If that means that you're a bad person, then I'm Hannibal Freakin' Lecter.

Misster Kitty said...

pass the chianti...

word verif: stagi (is that plural for stag?)