10 January 2007

Who ARE You People?!

Heather over at L'Chaim is talking about the ability to choose our own identities in the blogosphere.

Puts me in mind of a game. (You know how I love word verification!)

1) In the comments section, type your own name or blogger ID.
2) Use your word verification code as an acronym to create your alter ego in the blogging world.

Here's mine, using my word ver. code from Heather's site.

World-Acclaimed Quilted Leather Technician and Cosmologist (waqltc)


Blogger Sprittibee said...



Mad Woman Nervously Venting Craziness


I have to admit, I got a few freaky ones before that which I didn't even TRY to decipher. ;)

12:29 AM  
Blogger Heather said...

Jesus Believer, Bellyflopping Writer Diving Past Oblivion

Oh, man this is a long one.

10:58 AM  
Blogger L.L. Barkat said...


Very Terrible Doily-Maker, Yikes! Loves Grace.

11:31 AM  
Blogger Erin said...

Spritibee, your NON-freaky one led you to Mad Woman Nervously Venting Craziness?! So what are you like on a bad day?

Heather, I see you all over that one. Tell me what you find on the other side of oblivion.

L.L. I'm a terrible doily-maker too. But quilted leather... I'm an expert. World-acclaimed to be precise. ;)

1:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Charity Singleton



(I cheated a little, but hey, I got "X." That can't be fair!)

I also just realized that if I don't type it correctly below, I'll have to start over. Now that really wouldn't be fair!

This was fun!

3:20 PM  
Blogger Roberta said...

I just love your French music.
My alter-ego?!
hasty violin concert valley girl throwing yarn.

That doesn't happen too often. :)

10:19 PM  
Blogger Kelley said...

Kelley: Rare vino lover quickly moved north (of) Dallas

Sorry, needed that preposition to make it make sense. Does it count?

1:11 PM  
Blogger Jeanne Damoff said...

Jeanne Damoff: pink velvet underwear drawer renter living in ecstasy


And you all wish you were me.

3:56 PM  
Blogger Erin said...


Charity- so deep for the blogger word verification. THAT is making a silk purse out of a sow's ear.

Roberta- you've got to be hasty on the fiddle when you've got string to toss. I guess.

Kelley- I knew there was a connection with you and wine. You must be Italian. ;)

Jeanne- Your wit. Your rented pink velvet drawers. Or is it the underwear you rent? Let's have a tall glass of OJ together.

Zoologically speaking, all hairy wildebeasts wrinkle.

4:22 PM  
Anonymous Willowtree said...


Wow What A Queer Entertainment Initiative.

Hey don't blame me, I just followed instructions.

4:27 PM  
Anonymous Willowtree said...

WT again,

Sorry, misread the instructions...supposed to be my alter ego.

a courageous and fearless electronic king, yep!

I swear I'm not cheating, these are the two WVs I got.

4:31 PM  
Blogger Jeanne Damoff said...

The underwear in the drawer I rent is pink velvet. (And everyone knows my quality of life, baby.) When and where on the OJ?

"Just don't stare at gorilla zoo parties idiot."


6:25 PM  
Blogger Erin said...

Jeanne, owner/contributor of no less than FIVE blogs! (You must have so much to say.)
If you come to my house, I'll make us a nice batch of fresh-sqeezed sunshine?
I'm not planning a trip westward until the fall.

BUT, you could consider joining our SoulPerSuit group and then we could share a virtual OJ each and every day.

hint. hint. hint.

And I think, as a blogging group, we all have some very publishable words to live by here in the word verification codes. It's like reading tea leaves.

8:43 PM  
Blogger Jeanne Damoff said...

Actually, Erin, those five are only my blogger-hosted blogs. My main personal blog (the one I've had since 2003) is on livejournal. But, lest you think I'm a BlogHo, one of the picture blogs listed on blogger is my daughter's. I just set it up for her. And the MOPS blog is another one I mostly set up for the ladies in the local MOPS group. (I'm their mentor mom, and I do stop by and chat with them.)

The active site for The Master's Artist is on typepad now, so I only post to three of the blogger sites.

What is SoulPerSuit?

"Santa visits Miami in May."


3:52 PM  
Blogger Jeanne Damoff said...

Thanks for dropping by to explain SoulPerSuit. Sounds cool! Go ahead and send me an invite. And thanks for asking. :)

"Fifi's mother kicked Xavier's fat fanny pants."


8:30 PM  
Blogger gramarty said...

A word of warning...don't encourage your daughters to pursue leather quilting and cosmology...at least not at the same time. Very few affordable schools offer education in that career path. But when it's in the genes...one must follow one's destiny. (Hark! Is that a Muse I hear approaching?)

One isolated Indian girl making double quilted gunnies.

(quilted leather techie's mother)

12:03 PM  
Blogger eclexia said...

Busy Feeling Melancholically Happy Always

This is a neat and idea. I'm enjoying wandering around your blog. I'm a single mom, homeschooling by the skin of my teeth for as many days as I can make ends meet. Although I can't seem to swing all the creative ideas, I love reading about how you do!

In explanation of my contrived alter ego--I tend to be paradoxical--when I'm down, I find the best way back up is to let myself have a good period of time devoted to just being sad. It kind of freaks other people out (mainly my extroverted, perpetually cheerful and excited friends), but it works for me!

4:41 PM  

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