After I was born, but before I was given a real name, my dad wanted to call me "Tseng Ban," which basically means like "Super Great" in Chinese. But my mom told him off, and instead had the fortune teller name me "Guo Han." I think it's got something to do with a calligraphy brush? They were probably hoping I would grow up to be some sort of smart scholarly fellow, but what ended up happening was that the "brush" in my name alluded more to a painter's brush, I guess.
Of course, all that meaning was lost after I moved to California, where my current name "Hans" was picked out of a Name Your Baby dictionary. Now whenever I introduce myself, people often question my heritage, and I would have to reveal that I'm not nearly as multi-cultured as my name suggests. Similarly, when people come here and question my fascination with slime, I feel like I must explain that I was just a stupid sixth grader when I made this site, and at the time I liked the rain and the color green, and a green raindrop would kinda look like a slimedrop...you know?