My Porn Star Name!

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Paul Whybrow

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I've never had a problem coming up with names for my fictional characters. To make things easier for future writing projects, I make a note of interesting names as I spot them in my reading. I recently came across a Victorian lifeboat helmsman called John Juddery. One of his descendants will be appearing in my next Cornish Detective investigation, doing the same job as his great-great uncle.

There are various tricks for coming up with names, and I've found it wise to check that I haven't named someone with the same moniker as a real person. It's unlikely that I'd be sued, but it could be embarrassing if I'd made a well-respected lawyer called Oliver Munns a fictional flasher who went around exposing himself. I just checked that name, and couldn't find any real-life lawyers, so I might well use it!

I came across these stimulating articles on naming characters in today's Digital Reader newsletter:

199+ Plot, Name, Story, and Other Generators | The Digital Reader

One Simple Trick for Coming Up With Names for Stuff | The Digital Reader

Using the tip for formulating my porn star name means that I combine the name of a white Persian cat with the road name of my birthplace, which makes me Frosty Walkern!

That sounds more like an expert on icicles, and surely a bit too chilly for inserting myself into the world of pornography....

Fess up—what's your porn star name?

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Tootsie. Who doesn't do porn but sits and crochets squares of pink and blue knit rug in an enticing if not erotic way.

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Regan Marlee.

Wait, that's actually kind of plausible, isn't it... ...unless I use her full name, which is Princess Regan Wonderdog Fluffytail.

...which is still kind of plausible... ...okay, let's rethink this...

My 2nd dog's name is Thor. That's him at the left...

Thor Marlee.

Dammit! :oops:
 
Tootsie (the original furry porn star) was a lascivious small white Pomeranian dog who loved anyone who got close enough to be loved. She and Princess Regan probably have a lot in common.

If I had to use a road name, I'd be a very dull porn star, Tootsie West Junction. Crochets while you watch.
 
Everyone has their thing. Certainly there is an ice niche in the porn industry.

As I am continually reminded, I already have a porn star name. Just yesterday I was thinking about changing my first name.
 
I've never had a problem coming up with names for my fictional characters. To make things easier for future writing projects, I make a note of interesting names as I spot them in my reading. I recently came across a Victorian lifeboat helmsman called John Juddery. One of his descendants will be appearing in my next Cornish Detective investigation, doing the same job as his great-great uncle.

There are various tricks for coming up with names, and I've found it wise to check that I haven't named someone with the same moniker as a real person. It's unlikely that I'd be sued, but it could be embarrassing if I'd made a well-respected lawyer called Oliver Munns a fictional flasher who went around exposing himself. I just checked that name, and couldn't find any real-life lawyers, so I might well use it!

I came across these stimulating articles on naming characters in today's Digital Reader newsletter:

199+ Plot, Name, Story, and Other Generators | The Digital Reader

One Simple Trick for Coming Up With Names for Stuff | The Digital Reader

Using the tip for formulating my porn star name means that I combine the name of a white Persian cat with the road name of my birthplace, which makes me Frosty Walkern!

That sounds more like an expert on icicles, and surely a bit too chilly for inserting myself into the world of pornography....

Fess up—what's your
I've never had a problem coming up with names for my fictional characters. To make things easier for future writing projects, I make a note of interesting names as I spot them in my reading. I recently came across a Victorian lifeboat helmsman called John Juddery. One of his descendants will be appearing in my next Cornish Detective investigation, doing the same job as his great-great uncle.

There are various tricks for coming up with names, and I've found it wise to check that I haven't named someone with the same moniker as a real person. It's unlikely that I'd be sued, but it could be embarrassing if I'd made a well-respected lawyer called Oliver Munns a fictional flasher who went around exposing himself. I just checked that name, and couldn't find any real-life lawyers, so I might well use it!

I came across these stimulating articles on naming characters in today's Digital Reader newsletter:

199+ Plot, Name, Story, and Other Generators | The Digital Reader

One Simple Trick for Coming Up With Names for Stuff | The Digital Reader

Using the tip for formulating my porn star name means that I combine the name of a white Persian cat with the road name of my birthplace, which makes me Frosty Walkern!

That sounds more like an expert on icicles, and surely a bit too chilly for inserting myself into the world of pornography....

Fess up—what's your porn star name?

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Your film could be The Iceman Cummeth - kinda highbrow literary porn...
 
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