Names, advice

Robyn Starkey rohina at
Fri Mar 14 01:22:43 EST 2003

>It sounds hyphenated, which Psmith wouldn't, but Psmith would be very
> > confusing for everybody who know you.  [Using Psmith as an example,
> > you understand, assuming that you didn't actually mean that exact
> > name.]
>There are no incidences of "Psmith" in our Aus phone disc.

Do you think this might be because PG Wodehouse made it up? I'm a Wodehouse 
fan, and if my name were Smith, I'd consider changing it.

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