Wikipedia wrote:In Greek mythology, Stentor (Greek: Στέντωρ; gen.: Στέντορος) was a herald of the Greek forces during the Trojan War. His name has given rise to the adjective "stentorian", meaning loud-voiced, for which he was famous. Homer said his "voice was as powerful as fifty voices of other men".
I have been told on occasion that I tend to speak somewhat loudly at times. I'm certainly not yelling or anything though.
What can I say, when you speak, it's usually because you want to be heard, so you better speak up!
Since I knew I would do some "talking" here, I thought Stentor might be an appropriate name.
Besides, I always liked the word "stentorian" for some reason ever since I heard it in a song.
Also, it's not entirely impossible that there is some sort of minor similarity with my actual name.
IPT wrote:Few people have ever figured out mine. I'll give you a hint, say the three letters aloud.
LOL. So do I!
As far as my TeaDay goes, it was a short one (busy day). However, I thoroughly enjoyed 5 steeps of O-Cha's Yutaka Midori Supreme when I got home.