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Man Changes Name To Pronoun They

BRANSON, Mo. (Wireless Flash) -- It may drive grammarians crazy, but a Branson, Missouri inventor has legally changed his name to the pronoun They.

The inventor formerly known as Andrew Wilson (and now known as "They") says the moniker swap started as a family joke always saying, "Who is this `they' when people say `They say this' and `They say that?'"

They says he has a good sense of humor and decided to legally change his name and take responsibility for They. He even has a driver's license with the name on it.

They is also an inventor and holds 14 patents including Ground-Effect lighting, which is a neon light glowing beneath cars, and his newest project, Shades Eyewear, which have a visor extending a half-inch from the top to shade the glare of the sun.

Of course, being the face of They comes with baggage, often being known for being a kill-joy. But They says "that's the yin and yang of life."

They has no intention of ever changing his name back to Andrew Wilson and says his friends tell him, "If anyone but you changed your name to They, they would think he had a problem."


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