Lester Nation is a nobleman (noble Man), noble not by birth, but by his superior intellect. I have therefore decided that instead of "Mister", which is the usual prefix a Man attaches to the beginning of his name, I will henceforth use the title "Lord".
Also, given that I am a fan of the period of Enlightenment that was enjoyed here in the United States under the Founders, I have decided I shall append "Man of Reason" to the end of my name. I shall therefore be formally known as "Lord Lester Nation: Man of Reason", but you can still call me Lying Lester, informally.
This new title is, I believe, more befitting a Man of superior intellect, skill, strength, and sexual prowess such as myself. Make fun if you will, but Lying Lester shall take such taunts in stride, knowing they almost certainly come from a place of jealously.
Lying Lester knows this because he has had to deal with the unbridled jealousy his Manliness causes in those of a lesser stock his whole life. Yes, Lying Lester is fully aware that he possesses that set of qualities or characteristics generally considered typical of, or appropriate to, a Man, as described in Dr. Ronald F. Levant's Masculinity Reconstructed as "avoidance of femininity; restricted emotions; sex disconnected from intimacy; pursuit of achievement and status; self-reliance; strength; and aggression".
Lying Lester absolutely possesses all these qualities in spades, which is why a title of nobility is well deserved. Although it is a status-thing only, as the Constitution forbids the granting of actual titles of nobility. Perhaps this is something that the Founders messed up on?
Lying Lester is inclined to think they may have, as he is surely deserving of such a title - which is why Lying Lester is thinking he should require those beneath him to henceforth refer to him as "my Lordship"... at least in non-casual situations.