Just like there’s no wrong way to eat a Reese’s, there’s no wrong way to choose a male cat name for your new pet. There are hundreds of good cat names out there. You can choose from boy names inspired by celebrities, historical figures, and the feisty personalities of cats the world over. You can also find some very clever and unique male names, drawn from literature and pop culture as well as interesting languages and cultural traditions. No matter what your style, you’re sure to find a male cat name that’s a good fit for the new addition in your family. Here is a guide to help you decide your cat-naming style, and to offer a few suggestions in each “cat”-egory (pardon the pun). Happy naming!
If you have read anything by Toni Morrison, you know that her stories are rarely uplifting. The Bluest Eyes is Morrison at her best and most heart wrenching. This is a novel I find still haunting today, with its story of a poor African American girl, raped by her father, who longs for nothing more than to have “blue eyes”. The book was published in 1970 and picked as an Oprah Book Club selection in 2000.
An interesting aspect of modern baby names is that they are so new, and often so unique, that they don’t have set meanings behind them. This might appeal to you if you have an objection to the constant labeling society tries to push on adults and children alike. You might also like the fact that your child has a name so unique that even the most modern dictionaries and baby name books haven’t heard of it yet. Then again, it might be a very personal issue, and a combination of names that mean a great deal to you. That is a beautiful gift to pass on to your little one.
With 2013 coming up, Chaotic Concept is looking towards the future. “We’re working on a bunch of projects right now. We have collaborations with underground producers from all over Europe, we have a concept album in the works, and we’re trying to get more active on the Ann Arbor scene. A lot music is in the works, and hopefully we’ll be doing a bunch of shows in the coming year,” said Syntaxx and JStro.
Gresham – Strangely enough, I think he would be embarrassed. What we have done is elevate him into the realm of such great figuras retoricas as Rudyard Kipling and Shakespeare. I think his works will go on to prove themselves to be worthy of that association. But Jack was an extremely humble man. I think he would have been embarrassed by all the attention.
Parker – I had the opportunity to interview producer Mark Johnson during the release of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, and he commented that no one even sneezed on set without clearing it first with you. I get the impression that you are very protective of this property.
Keep the theme consistent. Memoirs tend to have a consistent theme. Rather than telling random, unconnected stories, anecdotes within a memoir have a connecting theme with one another. For example, if your memoir is about your family, including an anecdote about your job may not be consistent.
CC: We’re working on a bunch of projects right now. We have collaborations with underground producers from all over Europe, we have a concept album in the works, and we’re trying to get more active on the Ann Arbor scene. A lot music is in the works, and hopefully we’ll be doing a bunch of shows in the coming year.