"Yes, that really is my name."
"It's spelled exactly how you think it is."
"There are probably more of us out there than you would expect."
"Yes, I do know how that sounds."
"No, I do not own a leather jacket."
"No, I do not own a pair of leather pants."
"No, I have not thought about taking it up as a hobby."
"Yes, I am aware of what is involved."
"No, I do not know where you can buy one of those hoods with the zippers on the eyes and mouth."
"Yes, I do know what comes up when you type my name into a search engine."
"No, I do not believe that I'm destined to go into the business."
"Yes, I do get funny looks from retail clerks when I use my credit card."
"Yes, sir. Your daughter will be marrying into the Leatherman name."
"No, I have not given serious thought to having it changed."
"If being a Leatherman was good enough for my father, then it's good enough for me."
"Yes, I am aware of how that sounds."
"Actually, the leather and rubber fetish subcultures are very different, though not mutually exclusive."
"I admit that I have looked into it a little, but only because it comes up in conversation so much."
"Yes, officer, that is my actual driver's license."
"No, officer, this is not a joke."
"No, officer, I did not get my name changed on a dare."
"No, officer, I don't even like leather jackets. Not that there's anything wrong with the one you're wearing. I'm just not a leather man."
"No, officer, I'm not lying. I was just saying--"
"Yes, your honor, that really is my name."