Numberific Question CAF (All-In-One)
Yes, I know the title’s kind of corny.
Add up the digits in your age. (So if you’re 23, 2+3+5)
Even # under 10: Occupation
Odd # under 10: Your real life FN
Even # 10 or over: Very common
Odd # over 10: Grab a book, turn to page 64, find word 16 and that is the last name.
DH (first and middle):
Add up the digits in your first name using the method A=1, B=2 and so on.
EX: Your name is Bob.
Under 20: Biblical
Over 50 Starts with X or Z
DW (first and middle):
Add up the ages of everybody living in your house, then divide by the number of people. Disregard decimals.
Odd # under 50: Nature
Even # under 50: Old-fashioned/Classic
Odd # over 50: Biblical
Even # 50 or greater: Musical
Number of Children:
Take your date of birth, disregarding month and add up the digits and that is the number of children.
Ex: You were born on the 16th (of any month), 1+6=7, so there are 7 children.
Children’s Names (first and middle) and Genders:
For the first child take your birthdate as you did in the last section but this time multiply the numbers together, then find the corresponding number in the following list. For each additional child choose a family member or friend and multiply their birth date. The child’s gender is the same as the person whose birth date you used.
0: FN is 3 or more syllables, MN is 1 or 2 syllables
1: FN is 1 or 2 syllables, MN is 3 or more syllables
2: Very Common
6: Book Characters
7: Movie or TV Show Characters
8: Using names of people you know in real life
9: Famous Historical Figures
10: “Creative” Spelling
14: Greek, Japanese, or Italian Origin
Add up the letters in the child’s first name, as you did with your name in Section 2, then divide by the number of letters in the name.
Ex: The child’s name is May. M=13, A=1, Y=25, 13+1+25=39, 39/3= 13, so May is 13 years old. Disregard decimals, so whether you get 12, 12.1, or 12.9, the child is still 12 years old.
DH’s Age: Add 20 years to the oldest child’s age.
DW’s Age: Add 18 years to the oldest child’s age.
Hope you enjoy!