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You know that embarrassing situation when you forget a person’s name?

How about as a parent – have you ever chided one of your offspring in the wrong name by mistake? Imagine the frequent, frustrated outbursts from a mother of 11 kids!

This episode of Muskokaisms introduces “You can call me anything”.

I can recall that Dad used to recite this often when addressed by the wrong name or characteristic descriptor, “You can call me anything. Just don’t call me late for dinner!”

In The Year of the Rabbit, Father Gio faced a social stressor when wanting to address one of the Fletcher twins. You can read an excerpt here.

Previous Muskokaism: Much in what you say

Catch you next time. Thanks for dropping by.