l and rs easy mistake.
when I was at 10th grade, with a new arts class, filled with weirdos, someone asked what my favourite alcoholic beverage was and I said beer. So, a japanese-language-and-etc-lover told me beer in japanese was biru (which is said bee-roo) and that stuck and i have been called that ever since, gladly... it's better than my real name.
Actually in Japanese, beer is pronounced as bee-lu rather than bee-roo.
Mine is based on my face. I have a face that always looks sad even when I'm not & I see the same thing in the face of guide dogs.
And as I seem to be forever giving my friends emotional advice, I coined myself the name Emotional Guide Dog.
For three years I've had the title of an album but as of yet no songs:
'Guide Dogs For The Emotionally Unstable'
Before, it was AnthonyGlamour. Which is based on a song I did get round to writing called, The Last Night Of Glamour about the 21st birthday party of a friend of mine. Scarlet was lovely, we don't really talk anymore.
"Who's 'she' - the cat's mother?" is an old British phrase used by parents to encourage children to use titles/nouns (instead of pronouns) to refer to females to whom they should show some respect.
Plus I have acted as mum to lots of kittens.