Would you buy professional services from someone called Miaourt
@calv @Miaourt They used to care at one point but when a bunch of us started putting random shit like Batmetal, Ewoks or Gremlins, they stopped caring. Now there's either a picture of themselves, a picture of an animal (cat, horse, bird) or some random popculture ref (like my anime pic or my colleague's Harry Potter fanart)
@Miaourt If all I knew was the name and that it referred to a person and not a company, probably not. Otherwise, why not?
@Miaourt as long as the logo isn't a cat spilling milk over a keyboard probably yes, if it is idk, maybe an even stronger yes. Truth is company names are weird, sometimes they make no sense, sometimes they make too much sense and you wish they didn't. As long as it's not hard to type out in an email I'd say it's not a bad one.
It's pronounced ʁaʁyʁe.
And written RaRuRe, or R3 for short.
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