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But the other 99 percent of the time, people get my name . When I was a soccer player, I had to listen to my coach call me Alicia for years because eventually my correcting him became pointless.
Over the years, I've made it a habit to introduce myself to people by saying my name slowly - careful to enunciate all four syllables - only to have them repeat something totally incorrect back. But that doesn't help the situation much, especially when not long after that they make another unsuccessful attempt at my moniker. When I graduated from college, my name was butchered - and thanks to bad acoustics, echoed several times - in front of thousands of people (including my parents who named me).
"Some are even centuries old," says “The name game is a tough game,” said the Maroon 5 frontman on "The Ellen De Generes Show" on Nov. He admitted that it was De Generes who gave him five baby names and Dusty was one of them.
One duo of Jennys wears earmuffs and pink hoodies branded "AUDITION;" another posse dons khaki shorts and tank tops covering up greenscreen-green bikinis; other, grittier girls are in sweats that read "W4$T3;" a more womanly group in neutral tones identify themselves as nameless proto-Jenny's, held in limbo as they wait for character assignments.
And, before you take a look at the list and think, 'no one is REALLY called that', think again because the magazine has confirmed: "Yes, they're all real".
From 'Figgy' and 'Rara' for girls to 'Euripides' and 'Quail' for boys, most of the monikers are pretty unusual to say the least.
The various Jenny's belong to a caste system in which iterations of the same, basic, archetypal girl differentiate themselves from one another based on how powerfully they have evolved.
The notion of being "basic," in fact, is a flattering condemnation the girls hurl back and forth at one another.