A traditional Ukrainian mirror
#1: Ga Hendrick (GaHendrick) on Dec 5, 2019
Since I've never seen one of these, let alone heard one play, perhaps a link to a url would help.#2: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Dec 6, 2019
I was hoping for a balalaika. :)#3: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Dec 6, 2019 [SPOILER]
"Instrument" is misleading, because it isn't a musical instrument. :)#4: sanane samanye (maceraseven) on Dec 6, 2019
Pick one for me:#5: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Dec 6, 2019 [SPOILER]
Of those words, I like doodad, but I don't think it works in this instance. "Item" could work, but half the fun is a misleading title. :)#6: sanane samanye (maceraseven) on Dec 6, 2019
I prefer to avoid "An Adjective Noun." Something like "Olga's trinket" or "Ekaterina's Vanity", and then the description can be "a traditional Slavic mirror"
Should I change the title for you as "Olga's dooda dedicated to Kristen Coolman"#7: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Dec 6, 2019
that's entirely up to you. ;)#8: JoDeen Mozena (ozymoe) on Dec 6, 2019 [SPOILER]
How about, " Olga's Non-Balalaika Doodad Dedicated To Kristen Coolman"......that has a nice twang to it, don't you think? ;)#9: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Dec 7, 2019
thumbs-up from me!
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