Monday, 27 August 2007

Naming and Faming

People say there is nothing stranger than the truth. Which is an interesting thought really (if you think about it) that anything normal can't be true.

I'm still trying to work out if I've been 'gulled' by friends at work with this one.

We were discussing students who have dropped out and a Korean student Sang Song had take up music instead of international business...

Now, take it from me, having recently had a Chinese student called Foo Lin Yoo (honestly!!) nothing is stranger than the truth!

I wonder if Robinson translates as something in another language...probably amazingly witty and talented? or jingoistic and humourless? or person who steals from offspring?


  1. I decided to rise to your challenge to find out what your name, when translated, really means. If you go to babelfish and put 'son of robinson' and wend your way from English to Italian to French to Dutch and back to English, you come out as 'Wires of Pettirosso'.

    I have too much time on my hands...