Wait, that's not the best shot. This is better:
Like how straight her teeth are? Anyway, my question was:
Dear Hobo Siren,
There is a woman I see occasionally because she is a substitute teacher like I am. I have known her for years but I don't remember her name. In my head I call her "Wet Head" because her hair is dripping wet when she comes to school in the morning. Seriously, it's like she stuck her head in a bucket right before she walked in the doors. Is there any way I can tactfully ask her her name after all this time without it coming across as totally insulting?
She gave me some great advice. First of all this:
Like I said, she gave me a few different methods, and was helpful enough to tell me which methods probably wouldn't work. That's a real time-saver.
She was even kind enough to act out the scenarios I might use to tactfully find out Wet Head's actual name using real names so as to make the scenarios even more realistic.
Fool proof! Now I don't have to hide behind doors and sneak through hallways when I see the tell-tale trail of drips indicating that Wet-Head is in the building! I have options!* Thanks, Hobo Siren!
*(I'm just going to call her Jessica)