named Ronal who loved her in return, though he may only have wanted to
spawn her brains."
No, I'm not having problems with men, teehee, although it might be exciting to wonder if "Ronal" loves me or wants to spawn my brains. I'm playing the "Unfortunately" game, which is, simply, Googling
"Unfortunately, Lori" (including the quotes) and giggling at the
Here are a few more unfortunate things that happened with my name…
"Unfortunately, Lori was discovered early Sunday morning." (I hope I was doing something exciting when I was discovered).
"Unfortunately Lori cannot keep the dog, so the owner needs to be found quickly." Oh, I do hope that one will never be true about P'Nut (the stray is still sticking around, by the way):
"Unfortunately, Lori, there are no real noxious weed laws in Oklahoma. This drives the Kansas borderlands neighbors crazy." (Really? Do people in Kansas weed right up to border, wishing Oklahomans would do the same on their side?)
Before you read this next one, promise you won't spread any rumors. I can most assuredly assure you it is not. true. (No, Mom, it's not): "Unfortunately Lori won't be able to make it this year due to her very large pregnant belly 😉 (twin girls for those of you who haven't heard!)"
"Unfortunately Lori, that is probably quite true." (No. It's not.)
Uh-hmm. How about some lemonade from those lemons?
"Unfortunately Lori it's not that simple."
p.s. If you play along with your name in the Google search result, leave your favorite result in the comments. If you post it on your blog, please let us know!
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