Surnames are just as important as given names. So, I compiled a list of the websites I use to find my surnames.
- English Surnames
- Dutch Surnames
- Spanish Surnames
- Scottish Surnames
- German Surnames
- Italian Surnames
- Irish Surnames
- French Surnames
- Scandinavian Surnames
- Welsh Surnames
- Jewish Surnames
- Surnames By Ethnicity
- Most Common Surnames in the USA
- Most Common Surnames in Great Britan
- Most Common Surnames in Asia
Neil Gaiman goes up to the counter and orders the Salted Caramel Mocha. While waiting for his order, Gaiman begins a conversation with an elderly woman sitting by the window. She weaves for him a long story, filled with old fears and familiar monsters. The protagonist seems more and more familiar as the story progresses. The barista interrupts the story. “I’ll be right back!” Gaiman exclaims, as he dashes off to get his order. But by the time he returns to the table by the window, the old woman has disappeared, leaving only a faint odor - something between the dark woods of November and the aging pages of a well-worn book.
I ALWAYS THOUGHT THAT THE WASHINGTON REDSKINS WERE THE WASHINGTON STATE REDSKINS AND I JUST FOUND OUT THAT THEY’RE THE WASHINGTON D.C. REDSKINS. OUR NATION’S FUCKING CAPITAL IS THE MOTHERFUCKING REDSKINS ARE YOU KIDDING ME.
WE COULD BE THE D.C. FREEDOMS OR THE D.C. FOUNDING FATHERS OR THE D.C. PRESIDENTS OR ANYTHING BUT THE FUCKING REDSKINS.
It was bad enough when I thought Washington State was the Redskins, because hi, SUPER OFFENSIVE, now I find out it’s D.C.? God Dammit, America.