Thursday, February 01, 2007

rebranding yourself

My brand is somewhat like a non-sequitor driven literal minded abstract dry humour oriented word smith smart ass with an emotional quotient in the lower half.

It would be much easier if I picked a single word to rebrand myself, but what single word could be useful to describe me?

I guess when all single words fail to describe a person, things brings to light the need for more words. So, the one word to describe me will be the word:

oxmiferous
noun a person who is somewhat like a non-sequitor driven literal minded abstract dry humour oriented word smith smart ass with an emotional quotient in the lower half.

I think everyone should rebrand themselves with a single word, so I'll tag three people, the rules are simple: describe yourself in a succinct sentence then make up a word that sounds like a word that has that succinct sentence as the definition.

Ghost, L>T, Debstar.... what's your brand?

6 comments:

ghost said...

spartan: severe to the pitch of hostility

L>T said...

I'm leaving for a weeks vacation in a couple of hours. i'll think about while i'm gone.

goblinbox said...

{laughing at Ghost's self-definition}

moofruot said...

You should be ghoti, phil.

It's a word, when considering how strange the English language is, sounds like something you'd know a little bit about.

Phil Plasma said...

moofruot: I'm not unfamiliar with the innacurately spelled but equally pronouncable ghoti, however, it is insufficient to brand me.

Debstar said...

How old are you? I'm guessing 34 or thereabouts. 1. Because on your profile it says 33 & I'm guessing you may not have updated that for abit, but of course you may be lying in your profile...also 2. Because you talk about not putting on weight for 17 years & I'm guessing you're comparing to when you consider yourself fully grown which would be at 17 or 18 years of age....and 3. You've shown a photo of your kids which I'm assuming is recent, and as you've admitted to meeting your wife when you were 15 & being witty then I'm guessing you weren't trying that hard for a 7 year old. So if you married her in your mid to late 20's and waited a few year before having kids then I'm guessing 34.

You don't have to guess mine. No secrets there.