by Ben Huberman
The year is 2214, and your computer’s dusty hard drive has just resurfaced at an antique store. Write a note to the curious buyer explaining what he or she will find there.
Daily Prompt: A Name for Yourself
Some writer’s names have become adjectives: Kafkaesque, marxist, Orwellian, sadistic. If your name (or nickname, or blog name) were to become an adjective, what would it mean?
My blog name Sheen is an alphabet of Urdu language, and it looks like this: ش
It is the first alphabet of my real name.
In Pushto language it means green.
If Sheen becomes an adjective, it can be sheenistic.
Now let’s make sentences.
She has a sheenistic color.
This would mean green color, and the sentence meaning would be that she is sick.
Or I become world famous (haha), you would be using the sentence:
She is a sheenistic girl.
This would mean that she is like the real Sheen.
Are you turning Sheenistic?
This means you are turning into me.
She is wearing a sheenistic shirt.
Means she is wearing a green shirt.
My own mind is turning round and round.
Imagine everyone adding new words to the vocabulary.
A Pandora Box let loose on the unsuspecting?