Seedling #027 made for a tough decision, name-wise. It doesn't really stand out, for good or ill: this is sort of the flower that would result if you could somehow average out all the other blooms that we've seen so far.
I considered a half-dozen options based on the color:
• 1979, which kind of works (I'm pretty sure a lot of the 70s was this color) but isn't particularly interesting as a name,
• Bachelor Party, which is an interesting name but sounds maybe a little too exciting for such a boring flower,
• Grannyface (same photo as "1979"), which was being seriously considered because it's a funny word,
• Kiln, which has a certain color-appropriateness, plus my younger sister has recently gotten into ceramics and so it makes me think of her (also being seriously considered),
• Metric, which is nonsensical enough to amuse me but it turned out that I didn't care that much for the band's actual music (not that that stopped me with Def Leppard's "Phil Collen," but those were special circumstances), and
• Rothkoesque, which is interesting but implies untrue things about the bloom color.
And decided in the end to go with "Kiln," but part of me still thinks I should choose "Median" or something along those lines.1
Mostly, as with the drag-queen / punny names for the Anthurium seedlings, this is just my way of trying to come up with a memorable way of distinguishing a particular seedling from all the other seedlings, and that problem is, if anything, worse with the Schlumbergeras because the overwhelming majority of them are orange.
And also it amuses me to spend time trying to come up with names. Couldn't say whether it's entertaining for you or not. I'm trying, though. The flowers remain (mostly) pretty even if the chatter around them is obnoxious, so pay attention to whatever you want.