Haven’t felt much like blogging lately, but in a previous fit of blogging, I saved this image:
It describes the popularity of the name “Sandy” for boys and girls from 1900 to 2003. As you can see, I was named “Sandy” at the halfway point of the slide to nothingness. Since most Sandys I’ve seen that are guys are either Scottish or Jewish, I wonder what they’ve been up to instead.
You can check your own name here.
2 thoughts on “Saved for a Dead Period”
Shouldn’t you technically have done Sandford?
Yeah, except that my parents named me “Sandy” and then thought that was too much of a nickname, so they created a legal name to go with it. “Sandford,” for the record, doesn’t even show. “Sanford” does, but dives out of existence in the middle of the century.