I was walking past Sprout Sandwich Shop in Kaimuki the other morning on my way back from the crack seed store. It was empty so I decided to pick up some lunch. I ordered the Crater which is an over-the-top super ono BLT sandwich. The cashier asked for my name. Some of you may know that I'll usually say "Sue" just because it's easier. This time, because I was the only customer in there, I wasn't expecting her to ask, and I paused for a split second and ended up saying, "Uh, Sue." That "Uh" made me feel guilty. I felt like because I said it, both the cashier and the other girl behind the counter knew that I was lying. And so I said, "Sorry, I lied. My name is Jalna. I just thought that 'Sue' would be easier for you." They both laughed and said not to worry, that it happens all the time. The cashier then told me a story about a guy who gave her the name "Sean". She said to him, "Oh, I like that name. How do you spell it?" The guy replied, "Uhhhhh . . ."