We had to research the proper genus and species for this one. Dano provided the following help:
Found primarily along the southeastern United States shoreline during winter months, the Myrtl-let is almost always found mated to a Gargantu-let, preens constantly in velour jump-suits, and will become belligerent and violent after cocktail-umbrella drinks.
This particular Myrtl-Let was sighted in Florida. Their migratory patterns depend largely on their state of origin; for example the West Virginia Myrtl-Let rarely, if ever, travels further south than the beach which gives the species its name. Strangely your northernmost Myrtl-Lets are the ones that typically end up in Florida.
The Myrtl-Let, like the very tides of the oceans, is ever-changing in texture, length, form, thickness, and overall mood. We like this combination of long bangs, long wisps in the back, with the utilitarian near-buzz cut in between. Fickle as the sand and salt spray, no beach vacation is complete without the Myrtl-Let.
Special thanks to JDF, Jr. for photo editing and to ABJ, who is in no way related to the Myrtl-Let, for the picture.
Oh, and if you were wondering? From our little test up there?
Bottom line — you're a laid-back soul who likes to stay connected with her friends and have a good time. Whenever the girls join forces — whether you're gabbing over pedicures or painting the town red — people count on you to hold the group together with your carefree and irresistible sense of fun. Stay cool!