Sunday, March 13, 2011

So what's behind the name?

No, not my Christian name, but rather the name you see in my profile and at the bottom of each post I make.

Yes, Wrial Huden!

Sounds like a character from Star Wars, you say?

You're closer than you think! No, you won't find anybody by that name in any of the Star Wars films, and no, not even the Clone Wars animated series. Nope, not any of the books, either.

But Wrial could possibly be a Jedi or perhaps a smuggler working for Jabba the Hutt.

OK, OK, I'll quit rambling and reveal to you how you can get your own Star Wars name!

First, you take the first three letters of your last name (married ladies, you have the option of using either your maiden or married name, whatever pleases you).

Then, you take the first two letters of your first name.

Combine those letters together and you'll have the first name in your Star Wars moniker.

Next, you take the first two letters of your mother's maiden name.

Then, you take the first three letters of the town or city you were born in.

Now combine those letters and you'll have your surname.

Go on, give it a try!!!

Then go ahead and post your results in the comments. I'd really like to see what you come up with!

That'll do it for this posting! Peace!

1 comment:

  1. This gave me a laugh- here l am sitting with my cup of tea first thing...figuring out my Star Wars name- my sons would be proud- both avid fans!
    My name is...(drum roll)...'McCsa Malan'- has a nice ring to it ;) I will tell Korda and Humsa when they get home.