Posted 06 September 2008 - 10:21 AM
Mailman~About 6'0'', african-american, glasses, bald, a little overweight, and very kind.
Maybe Craig Roberts?
Lower Class Neighborhood~ Name? This is in a city called Morton but there are neighborhoods. This one includes old brick houses, small lots, uncut grass, very urban, industrial, and a lot of graffiti.
Old Women- Wrinkled with age, Hispanic, hunch backed, short, has a cane, and very cranky
Young Mother- Is about 18 w/ a 2 year old son. White, works two jobs, tries to go to school, and is depressed.
Boy- Big Green Eyes, short hair, Mixed Race, Very Happy and cheers up his mom.
Will Be updated
Posted 06 September 2008 - 08:39 PM
So I decided I would write a story. It's about a Mailman's journey through a town "Morton" and meets rich people, poor people, happy people, sad people, etc. I thought it would be nice to give them names that fit them all well so I will be updating this daily.
Mailman~I'm definitely liking the Craig. Craig Harris is nice, I also like Craig Barry and Craig Sesko.
Lower Class Neighborhood~ hmm, this isn't really my specialty haha. but maybe Welles, Tanglewood, Brimfield.
Old Woman- Ms. Rudy Torres, Mercedes Wright, Betsy Rivera.
Young Mother- Lorena (Renny?) Winton, Amy Booth, Daniella Barone, Courtney Megans.
Boy- Donovan (Donny?), Arnold, Cale, Jarvis, Harris.
Posted 06 September 2008 - 09:06 PM
I think Craig is set in stone now! Well I like Craig Sesko, a lot!
For the neighborhood I really like Welles
For the women I'm liking the sound of Mrs. Rivera
I like Amy Booth very suiting IMO.
I also like Donovan and Donny would be a nice way to show him she cares.
Here are a few more.
"Gangster" harassing a little girl.
:. The first one: African American, Tall, Hat on side ways, sagging, and very mean. age 23
:. The second one: Asian, Medium, Very small eyes, Acne, same outfit as previous, and is orphaned since 12. age 17
:. The last one: White, Skinny, Red Curly Hair, hidden in a beanie. same outfit, and has a sad/angry look in his blue eyes.
Little Girl: A small latino girl caring her doll (needs a name too; bear with one eye missing) but she is intelligent and cunning. She is outnumbered be only 5. Craig (Last Name Pending) saves her.
Posted 07 September 2008 - 05:58 AM
For the low class neighborhood I think you should stay away from surname words (which are decidedly upper crust), maybe give them a nature-related name like Blue Springs or Carlewood.
Old lady: Definitely Bonita! I know an old, Hispanic lady named Bonita and she's adorable, very friendly. She goes by Grandma Bonnie. I think Mrs. Bonita "Bonnie" Rivera is nice
Amy is a very good name for who you described. Also: Kayla, Heather, Amber, Brittany, Alyssa.
Boy: by 'mixed race' I'm guessing you mean black and white? Well all the mixed kids I know are given "white" names, maybe to subconsciously hide the fact that they are part minority, so what about Jason, Kevin, Xavier, Greg, Mike?
Gangster 1: Jaheim
Gangster 2: Tian
Gangster 3: Patrick (obviously an Irish gangster, hahaha)
Little girl: Gabriella, "Gabby". Simply adorable for a little girl. Is she holding a doll or a bear? If it's a doll, I like Molly, Susie, or Lily. If it's a bear, hmm...my bear when I was a little girl was named Harper, if that helps, haha. He wore a raincoat!
Posted 07 September 2008 - 11:48 AM
:. kenton, malik, tre
:. lenny, kenji, ping, zhou
:. kristofer, jayson, rick
Little Girl: Tasha and Curly, Kasey and Mr. Paws, Vanessa "Ness, Nessa" and Cookie(could be a favorite dessert?), Audlene/Adeline Addie and Tuck/Tucker, Shania/Shanae/Janae/Danae and Felix.
this randomly popped to me head. first name for ms. rivera, rita? luisa?
Posted 14 October 2008 - 10:42 AM
Old Woman - Mercedes Venick, Lupe (pronounced Loo-PAY) Chavez, Sarita Vallejo
Young Mother - Anna, Danae, Evie, Maya, Sarah
Boy - Percy or Isaac would be cute.
Gangster 1- Antonio McDougald
Gangster 2- Cho Wong, Dao Ming, something short.
Gangster 3- Douglas Richards, Gerard Matthews
Little Girl: Veronica Vasquez (nn Vivi), Carolina Iglesia. Teddy Bear could be called "Oso" which means bear in Spanish or maybe another Spanish term.
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