Hardy

by Lemonjello Redenbacher on July 1, 2009

This is an adjective used to describe a delicious and filling meal, not a word used to call a child to a meal.

It’s getting to the point that I think parents are just starting to mail it in.  They hear a word that, at the time, sounds like a good word — then they name their kid with it.

Look, I like the word orgasm.  It makes me think good thoughts.  I also love the word cocktail — it relaxes me.  But I have the self-restraint not to name my daughter Orgasm Cocktail just because the words sound delightful rolling off my tongue.

And besides, Hardy is WAY too close to “hard-on” for me to ever consider fucking my son’s life up with it.

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Christy June 13, 2010 at 8:57 pm

A good, filling meal is ‘hearty’, not ‘hardy’. Love can laugh at Andy Hardy, or the you can read the Hardy Boys, but ‘hardy’ means strong and vigourous.

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