I told you my reason, I went by Libby from such a young age I didn't know my real name was Elizabeth until I was like 6 or 7. I never switched back because it sort of stuck. Besides Libby is a common nickname for Elizabeth so I'm sure they're are alot of non INFPs that go by Libby as well. People are allowed to call me Elizabeth if they want. hell I don't care what you call me as along as it's not offensive.
hey, that is interesting. My sister is an INFP called Libby too...... because when I she was a toddler she called herself Libeth cos she couldn't say it in full, then I came along and shortened it to Lib.
It's... Eileen. Most people call me Eileen (or Ms __, since I guess technically most people I encounter now are students) or Leenie. My parents sometimes use derivations of my middle name.
"I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be. You can never be what you ought to be until I am what I ought to be. This is the interrelated structure of reality." -Martin Luther King, Jr.
I like the name Damien. I don't know if I'll do this or not, right now I plan to. If I have a boy born on june 6th in a year that ends in 6 he's going to be named Damien, just to see how many people will catch on. then divide those people into groups those who find the bizarre humor in it, those who are horrified by someone naming their child that, and those who think it's dumb/I'm dumb for doing this. I feel kinda bad for my semi-possible child he's just going to be a social experiment.
ok so I might actually have to have sex for this to happen, so probably won't. hmm maybe I can convince a friend (I doubt it, but it's worth a try)