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Interesting set.  Pretty sure that Desire is an old name that is thus returning -- have to check on that when I'm back on my computer.

 

The following valentine-themed names are only available until February 17th:  
Cupid
Lovely
XOXO
Desire
Enamour
Cuddles
Snookipuss
Schatzi

 

 

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2 minutes ago, xLunaea said:

I have a question.... this seems like the right place to ask at the moment. Do these last names disappear if you stop paying for premium? Or can you keep them forever?

You can keep it for ever. In fact if you stop being Premium you'll be stuck with it for ever, unable to even change back to your old name (which you can still do with Premium, for another 40 bucks).

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1 hour ago, LittleMe Jewell said:

Interesting set.  Pretty sure that Desire is an old name that is thus returning -- have to check on that when I'm back on my computer.

 

The following valentine-themed names are only available until February 17th:  
Cupid
Lovely
XOXO
Desire
Enamour
Cuddles
Snookipuss
Schatzi

 

 

For obvious reasons the name Zucker isn't on that list!

Have they had Honeybuns yet though?

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2 minutes ago, Syo Emerald said:

I could see a lot of (cringy) german residents jumping on that one...

Yet in English that just sounds like another way of saying the past tense of sh1t.

Be nice if there were more German surnames though. Brotkasten is one of my favourite words. And kleiderschrank.

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2 minutes ago, Marigold Devin said:

Be nice if there were more German surnames though. Brotkasten is one of my favourite words.

I like the german names of some of the charlet regions in Belli. How did the humble Brotkasten make it into the ranks of your favorite words?

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Just now, Syo Emerald said:

I like the german names of some of the charlet regions in Belli. How did the humble Brotkasten made it into the ranks of your favorite words?

My very first best friend and mentor and, for a time, partner, was German, and when we visited Greenies, he was teaching me all the German words for things, and Brotkasten just stuck in my head.

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9 hours ago, Alwin Alcott said:

thought so also... but didn't see it pop up in search, nor the official list
Linden Lab Official:Current Last Names - Second Life Wiki

 

I found why I thought so.  An old friend has Always as the last part of their name - with Resident as their surname.  Since I don't show the Resident part in the titles, the Always part of the name was at the end, making me think it was an old last name.

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