thAn or thOn

As Smith Gee Studio continues to grow, it’s only inevitable that some of our team members will end up sharing the same name. By our count, we have seven sets of name “twins” or “triplets” amongst us, and we wanted to highlight them in a series of blog posts to see if our name siblings have more in common than just a name by seeing how they answer some this-or-that and would-you-rather questions! 

For our second set we have Jonathan & Jonathon, our eldest twin group! 

  1. Have you been called a name “twin” often?
    • jonathAn: no
    • jonathOn: yes
  1. Do you have any nicknames as a result of your work name twins/triplets?
    • jonathAn: Ole Johnny Pants; OJP; Johnny; Jsex
    • jonathOn: janderson
  1. Breakfast or Dinner?
    • jonathAn: Dinner
    • jonathOn: Breakfast
  1. Beach or Mountains?
    • jonathAn: Mountains
    • jonathOn: Mountains
  1. Cake or Pie?
    • jonathAn: Pie
    • jonathOn: Cake
  1. Chocolate or Vanilla?
    • jonathAn: Vanilla
    • jonathOn: Chocolate
  1. Coffee or Tea?
    • jonathAn: Coffee
    • jonathOn: Coffee
  1. Text or Call?
    • jonathAn: Text
    • jonathOn: Text
  1. Fruits or Vegetables?
    • jonathAn: Vegetables
    • jonathOn: Fruits
  1.  Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter?
    • jonathAn: Fall
    • jonathOn: Fall
  1.  Work from home or Work from office?
    • jonathAn: Office
    • jonathOn: Office
  1.  Would you rather control space or time?
    • jonathAn: Time
    • jonathOn: Time
  1.  Would you rather lose the ability to read or the ability to speak?
    • jonathAn: Speak
    • jonathOn: Speak
  1. Would you rather always be 10 minutes late or always be 20 minutes early?
    • jonathAn: Early
    • jonathOn: Late
  1. Would you rather know the history of every object you touched or be able to talk to animals?
    • jonathAn: Animals
    • jonathOn: Animals

If you have difficulty figuring out which Jonath(a/o)n you are speaking to, please reference above. Our study indicates that questions in the food category will help you discern which individual you are speaking with; reference questions such as: dessert preference, if they’d like to meet for breakfast or dinner, if they’d rather snack on a carrot or an apple, or see if they choose chocolate or vanilla.

Glad to see there is still some individuality, albeit, if in food preference.