Mitch Jablonski - April 12, 2019
It takes balls to use the last name Great, unless it's your real last name, which doesn't seem terribly likely in the case of Playboy model Kate Great. It seems like a moniker she came up with on the spot as she sat and reflected on what she looked like nude, determining that Great was the only adjective worth turning into a last name.
I'm sure the rhyming with her first name element of it really helped to seal the deal, but then again, it's probably a chicken and the egg type of deal. Did Kate Great come up with Kate and work backwards from there, or was Great there first and then she needed a first name that rhymed? We'll probably never know as women aren't usually in the habit of divulging the etymology of their fake names.
It'll be super easy to remember Kate Great's name once you take a good long look at her nude hanging around the house. You'll never hear the word Great ever again without thinking Kate Great, probably, which is a good problem to have if you ask me. If I'm going to associate any word with any person, it's better if they're a naked woman.
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