Talk:Ness (Irish mythology)

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Redirect from Neasa[edit]

The name Neasa should NOT redirect to this page. Diarmuid and Neasa is another irish mythical story and Neasa is a different name. Also, I know a girl called Neasa and when people call her ness or nessa it really annoys her (possibly because Ness sounds like a fat girl's name, at least when I hear it I picture a chubby girl. Now I'm not saying chubby is bad or anything, I'm just saying Neasa brings a... leaner vision to mind.) So in the interest of encyclopedic stuff, and my friend's pet hate, please change it! (cause I don't know how/can't be arsed). 68.6.186.247 (talk) 03:11, 26 July 2010 (UTC)