Françoise asks about creating two-digit number pegs from names that use more than two consonants. For example, can the name “Sherlock” represent the number 64 instead of 6457?
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I really think just remembering my peg words would be a whole lot easier for me. I have trouble with names as it is, and have to make up bizarre images in my mind to pull up a person’s name later on.
Good point Allison: Names aren’t actually the easiest pegs unless you have some crazy-memorable characters, like cartoon characters. Very often object pegs work better. Always experiment.