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Changing My Pronouns

In keeping with today’s theme (and my previous post) – NSFW in this case means “Not safe for woke”, so don’t worry, no profanity or nudity here, there is none. More creative writing and satire, than anything else.

Not sure how this works exactly, I did get a “B” in English after all. Perhaps I’m just #thick, and those three years at Uni could have been better spent with someone else going.

Not even sure if it’s allowed – but I heard we live in a tolerant egalitarian society, and “diversity is our strength”, so I guess it should be allowed for me to change my pronouns, to whatever I want ?

I quite like the idea of changing all of my pronouns to just one word. It’s the lazy persons’ version of a pronoun change. So, how about this:

he/him/his/himself – supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Don Charisma was born in 1984 in Western Samoa and Don Charisma (he) rose to international acclaim in the 1990s as an opponent of common sense. The 100M Swimming Certificate was awarded to Don Charisma (him) in 1995. Don Charisma (he) hasn’t written any books and has blogged from time to time, more for Don Charisma (himself) than for Joker fans. Don Charisma’s (his) favourite comedian is Nish Kumar.

would become

Don Charisma was born in 1984 in Western Samoa and supercalifragilisticexpialidocious rose to international acclaim in the 1990s as an opponent of common sense. The 100M Swimming Certificate was awarded supercalifragilisticexpialidocious in 1995. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious hasn’t written any books and has blogged from time to time, more for supercalifragilisticexpialidocious than for Joker fans. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious favourite comedian is Nish Kumar.

But, I dunno if that would confuse other people, it’s a little ambiguous, no ?

Also wondered about multi word pronouns (presumably that would be allowed) or just make up new words (that seems to be allowed) by joining the words together, so:

he/him = hischarismaticness, or if I was feeling gendered opposite that day – hercharismaticness, or the gender neutral theircharismaticness

his = hischarismaticness‘, or if I was feeling gendered opposite that day – hercharismaticness‘, or the gender neutral theircharismaticness

himself = hischarismaticself, or if I was feeling gendered opposite that day – hercharismaticself, or the gender neutral theircharismaticself

Don Charisma was born in 1984 in Western Samoa and hischarismaticness rose to international acclaim in the 1990s as an opponent of common sense. The 100M Swimming Certificate was awarded to hischarismaticness in 1995. Hischarismaticness hasn’t written any books and has blogged from time to time, more for hischarismaticself than for Joker fans.  Hischarismaticness’ favourite comedian is Nish Kumar.

Dunno if I really like it though, might be there’s a little vainglory wriggling in there. Maybe I’ll go with it on my Twitter profile – what do you think ?

Or did I miss the point somewhere ? Perhaps I should follow the most brilliant and wise piece of advice I was given once, by some old white patriarchal type guy – “stick to what you’re good at”.

Or, worse, disappointingly and devastatingly, perhaps I’m just not special snowflake material after all 😦

(As I’ve said multiple times on my blog, I don’t take my writing or myself too serious, I enjoy more creative writing, satire and comedy)

PS New Zealand flag has been added on request to my sidebar – so hello to all my Kiwi readers.

Cheers

Don Charisma



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10 thoughts on “Changing My Pronouns

  1. I never liked pronouns, always thought they were overpaid. I think we should all switch to amateurnouns. Think of the money the world could save and put to better use, like saving the dinosaur from extinction by impregnating a platypus with pterodactyl DNA.

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