Long ago I got used to being called different names by my students. Often affectionate ("Water"), some are humorous ("Grandma"), some remarkably clever ("H2Owen"), some unimaginative ("Waterbottle"), and some are inappropriate to print here.
I was, however, mystified when some of my speech team boys started referring to me as "Lady Deathwhisper."
It is a compound noun of three syllables, but kind of a stretch still. "Am I that strict?" I wondered, with not a little pride to merit such a title.
No, they clarified. Apparently it's a World of Warcraft character, whose voice is remarkably similar to mine. Here, I'll show you:
What do you think? Does it sound like me?
According to the WoWWiki:
The lich Lady Deathwhisper is the Supreme Overseer of the Cult of the Damned and the second boss of the Icecrown Citadel raid.
It does not make a great deal of sense to me, either, but it sounds impressive. I'll allow it.
Yeah, I can see it. I wouldn't say it's remarkable, but she's of the same type of voice, you know what I mean?ReplyDelete
Nah, doesn't sound like your voice to us.ReplyDelete
lady deathwhisper sure yells a lot. I guess maybe it's more of a "death to whispers" situation.ReplyDelete