Naming characters

I just discovered this on Facebook, and I think that may be the only place you can use this technique.  If you’re stumped about what to name your characters, try this meme-y thing:

Did you know your CELL PHONE has a name? Try this:

1st step: From your mobile number, take the last 3 numbers. Example- 780-496-9684 , take “684”only

2nd step: Write this @*[684:0] in the comment box below, replacing the 3 numbers with your own. … …

3rd step: Remove the * sign and press enter in the comment box!

For the naming of characters, just make up numbers. NOTE: I’ve been informed that if the 1st of your last 3 digits is a ‘0’ it won’t work.

Examples:
927= Travis M. LaVoi
647=Azzura Cox
123=Morgan Grice
456=Becky Wald
789=Matt Kozlov
233=Michael Blickstead
999=Peter Saldarriaga

 

Posted: January 15th, 2012 under A Day in the Life of a Writer, Writing.
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Comments

Comment from Ben
January 16, 2012 at 6:19 am

LOL, that’s odd! Mine got Adrian Gaty 🙂

Some funky names…

Comment from Stacy
January 16, 2012 at 6:30 am

I heard it through the grapevine that these are actual people on facebook. Not sure how one would narrow down all the possibilities, though.

Comment from heather johnnie van voorhis
January 28, 2012 at 4:47 am

@[012:0]

Comment from heather johnnie van voorhis
January 28, 2012 at 4:48 am

its true 0 wont work…..both my numbers are 0xx figures my phones name will be null n void

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