brian-mcgee - March 13, 2018
Is there a more welcoming or inviting name for a beautiful big breasted blonde than Kindly? I know that adverbs for names are rare, but I think it's a trend we should start looking into. I suppose that makes Kindly Myers a trendsetter, like ol' action verb, present tense himself Sting. I think the only better adverb for a name than Kindly might be if she were named Bustily. Or Boobaliciously. I know, I know, let's not get carried away, right?
Man, do I love 138 Water. I've never had a sip of it, but I know that they're a good company because their entire advertising campaign revolves around getting beautiful women in next to nothing dousing themselves with their product. Not many other companies could achieve such a feat. I doubt a woman covering herself in breakfast cereal or mayonnaise would be as appealing as a woman like Kindly just dumping water all over her lithe and lovely body.
So just remember, kids. As you traverse the nutty world of naming children, consider an adverb. They're pretty fun and if the precedent set by the beautiful Kindly Myers is any indication, they'll grow up to be smoking hot.
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