Psst. Smurfy... you said VOID.
So, you've all wondered it.
Why do they call you Smurfy.
Let's delve into the mystery, shall we?
Once upon a time, there lived a boy in the midst of the town called "Lewisville".
He was a very odd little boy, who liked to shriek very loudly on occasion. On any account, the young man had been homeschooled from 3rd to 7th grade, at which point, he decided that it was time to meet the world. THUS, EIGHTH GRADE, A LEGEND, A WEIRD NICKNAME BEGAN.
Several weeks into the school year, three much larger, stronger, and cooler guys rode bus 759. Gray Allgood, Wesley mcBride, and Matthew Carelton. Also, lots of 6th and 7th graders who could have very easily beaten up the new kid.
Now, you all remember the "Bowl Cut" look, don't you? Remember how in 1st and 2nd grade, everyone
had them? Well, imagine that so many years later, someone STILL HAD IT!
Also, he had a bizarre habit of WEARING BLUE EVERY SINGLE DAY ALMOST.
The three much cooler and popular boys began to come out with unique ways to aggravate the Man-Child, so that he would eventually trim his mighty locks. They declared the "Mushroom cloud" to have given birth to radioactive mutant sea-animals, among other things. But that wasn't all! Wesley McBride reminded everyone of how Smurf's live in mushrooms, and if you cut his hair, YOU CUT THE SMURF'S. No one notices.
------THE NEXT DAY-----
Early. Dark. Bus 759 arrives at the house of our young internet-pseudo-celebrity-in-the-making. He steps foot onto the bus and begins to walk forward. Suddenly, and without warning, the 6th and 7th graders shout "GOOD MORNING SMURFY". The Stronger, cooler, more popular boys had forced them to do it as a show of power, and of how awesomely stupid his haircut was.
BUT A LEGEND WAS BORN.
Smurfy, having hated his real name because of the 13 years of hearing "MORGAN IS A GIRLS NAME, HAHAHAHAHAHAHA", began to adapt to the bizarre nickname. He began to.. METAMOPRHASIZE
. IZE. He emphasized that it wasn't simply a nickname, but a lifestyle.
The world, or at least about 400 kids in Clemmons, North Carolina, would never be the same. (Same thing goes for Cambodia.)
EDIT: No. No, it wasn't.