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cutie poi girliemember
237 posts
Location: porthtowan, truro, cornwall


Posted:
hi everyone i just wondered what all your real names are? mines *looks around before whispering* alina
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CPG

Luv peace 'n' chicken grease Al X x


Blackfiremember
15 posts
Location: Stuttgart, Germany


Posted:
My real name is Jens. Someone told me the name comes from Jesus, but I don't believe that this is true.------------------Blackfire

Blackfire


xLessThanJakexmember
155 posts
Location: Reading, UK


Posted:
My real name is Katie but I hate it so people call me Kay. By the way I like all of your names!------------------Where there is sorrow I seek the Flame - Rumi

Where there is sorrow I seek the Flame - Rumi


fluffy napalm fairyCarpal \'Tunnel
3,638 posts
Location: Brum / Dorset / Fairy Land


Posted:
Known to most people as Ros, Ross (for those who can't get their head around a single 's' )or Oz (from primary school, the result of lost teeth! It has unfortunately stuck with me though) my full name is Rosalind Miranda Mai. Rosalind = pretty rose
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or horse serpent (??)Miranda = extraordinary, to be admired
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Mai = brightness
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or coyote (??)All the girls in my family have 2 middle names, both beginning with 'm' !

Geologists do it in the dirt................ spank


DurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


Posted:
Hmmmm - can't remember the Chippy Nipper (?) or the weigh bridge. We've got a big stone arch thingy, a river, a (very ugly) catherdral, shite (and I mean really) clubs, expensive drinks, cobble stones and a very good jacket potatoe man...

Burner of Toast
Spinner of poi
Slacker of enormous magnitude


DomBRONZE Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
3,009 posts
Location: Bristol, UK


Posted:
Funny how many people don't like their names at all! I'm not too thrilled about mine, it's a bit long and slightly posh, but after a couple of decades you get used to it.Dominic - from the Late Latin name Dominicus meaning "of the Lord". This name was traditionally given to a child born on Sunday. Sunday's child is happy and gay!I generally go by Dom, which leads to people I meet in loud bars and clubs calling be Don, Tom or John until they're corrected!

phunkyold hand
877 posts
Location: Edmonton, AB


Posted:
*looks down*
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------------------[]Dhuong-Vu Truong==== []Dhunky ====

SickpuPpyNinja Rockstar!
1,100 posts
Location: Denver, Co. U.S.A.


Posted:
I'm right with you on the loud bar deal, Dom. I've gotten every thing from "Den" to your name to People actually thinking that my parents named me "Dog". It's only three letters and one syllabol, I didn't think people would have such a hard time with it.The really annoying thing about about having the name Dan is you end up turning around every time someone says "Damn". Bloody annoying.------------------If you love something, set it on fire.[This message has been edited by SickpuPpy (edited 06 January 2002).]

Jesus helps me trick people.


Neph23BRONZE Member
member
62 posts
Location: Denver, Colorado, USA


Posted:
I found it! After a billion babynaming sites, my boyfriend falling on the floor, and three cups of coffee I found it!Ara~~ is Teutonic and means Eagle Maid or intelligence of an Eagle.... So I clean up after birds or am as smart as a bird.. which would explain the running in to sliding glass doors...------------------https://www.VitalePhotography.com

MiSsFrOgmember
187 posts
Location: Oceanside, CA USA


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Mines Erica
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------------------"come with me to a land of fantasy, take my hand down into techno wonderland"parents say video games affect teens I dont think they do,if they did, take pac man for example, we'd all be running around darkend rooms munching magic pills listening to repetitive music. PLUR

Its not easy being green....


SickpuPpyNinja Rockstar!
1,100 posts
Location: Denver, Co. U.S.A.


Posted:
LOL @ Neph.Yes, but when you run into sliding glass doors we all know you're just doing it because you're eclectic, slightly neurotic, and a little high strung, and not 'cuz you're dumb.------------------If you love something, set it on fire.

Jesus helps me trick people.


DJ DantanaBRONZE Member
veteran
1,495 posts
Location: Stillwater, Ok. USA


Posted:
Daniel O'Hara TylerWrap Master Funk, Santana, Monkey Boy, Spear Chucker, Iatola of Rockin Rolla, Bubba, Great White Hunter, etc.

we eat and we drink and we smoke and we try!


CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
Neph is really good at plummeting and has a commendation for ungainly sprawling too I'm told.

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


Mikemember
9 posts
Location: Wellington, New Zealand


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But of course, life is full of real and imaginary partsgee wizz I'm inciteful
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Scootmember
28 posts
Location: Hampden, Maine US


Posted:
Mine isnt TOO far from my user name. Its Scott.

AmberGOLD Member
newbie
48 posts
Location: Cairns, Australia


Posted:
my real name is shanna i can never find what it means

Neph23BRONZE Member
member
62 posts
Location: Denver, Colorado, USA


Posted:
i have imaginary parts
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there is no way my feet are real!

SurlochSILVER Member
member
64 posts
Location: Brisbane, Australia


Posted:
The most boring yet rofl. Benjamin = Son of the right Hand. Yet everyone calls me Ben... can't imagine being called Benjamin all my life, urgh.

N mar a sltear a btear

“Things may not be as they seem to be”


KatincaSee my vest.... see my vest...
693 posts
Location: Adelaide - South Australia


Posted:
Well my real name is Kate-MarieBut no one ever calls me that. Most call me Kate, occasionally I get called Katinca.
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------------------ ~*~ Katinca ~*~

Love and Light

~*~ Katinca ~*~


Chakanmember
68 posts
Location: Hazleton , Pennsylvania, USA


Posted:
HiyaMy name is Gregg Rose

TheGrynygoggmember
47 posts
Location: England, just north of London


Posted:
Alexander gets you killed. Alexandra gets you killed twice. Alex is exceptable. Ali, for some reason, I find perculiar. Almost too familiar. Ali Bongo is what my mum calls me and now myh girlfriend does too. My big sis used too shout 'AL!'. I'd say 'What?'. She'd say she'd just hurt herself and was saying OW!. Very damn funny. Now when anyone says OW! I say 'What?'. It's a curse I tell you.Alexander. Defender of men. The greek name for Paris, Abductor of Helen of Troy.

Just ignore me. Everyone else does.


cyberpunkgrrlmember
27 posts
Location: London


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My real name's Sharon, which I hate cos I come from Essex, England (those of you who don't get it, be thankful!)Apparently it means princess of exotic beauty!*grin*Oh, and I have a fruit and a desert named after me!

Retry
Abort...


Failed!


Janglamember
155 posts
Location: Oxford, UK


Posted:
Hey Cantus! My names James too and I have Fraggle Rock as my ring tone! Spooky!------------------"The tincture of night began to suffuse the soup of the afternoon. He considered the sentence, and found it good. He liked 'tincture' particularly. Tincture. Tincture. It was a distinguished word, and pleasantly countered by the flatness of 'soup'. The soup of the afternoon. Yes. In which may be found the croutons of teatime."

---------------------With a bit of luck, his life was ruined; always thinking that just behind some narrow door, in his favourite bars, men in red woolen suits are getting incredible kicks from things he'll never know.


cutie poi girliemember
237 posts
Location: porthtowan, truro, cornwall


Posted:
wow, gryngogg! people always call me ali, too...but ali bongo's a new one! cpg
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Luv peace 'n' chicken grease Al X x


Solmember
33 posts
Location: Melmac


Posted:
That's well bizarre- this thread inspired me to check my own name's meaning(It's Agata, by the way)and here's what I found:Meaning: good,fieryWhere it comes from:Apparently St Agat(h)a was burned alive in Sicilly, and since then she's supposed to protect from fire, lightning strike and volcano eruptions. Basicly,she's suppose to be a "hot" and strong goddess, patron of bread(?) and fire. Well, what can I say?Thanks for the idea

Sol


digital milkmember
37 posts
Location: Pennsylvania, USA


Posted:
my name is cory.. but noone understands me when i say it because i mumble alot.. mmmbmbmmbmmm... =\

CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
CPG, you're way too young to know who Ali Bongo is (count yourself very lucky indeed).He is/was a very dire magician from the 80's. The basis of his act was that he was a wazir or some such from a royal court in Persia. So he dressed in gaudy, over the top arabic stylee clothes, donned a rediculous moustache and generally acted like a git.His magic was good. But, unfortunately, he had the stage presence of a down market pantomime Abanaazer.His most notable appearances (and presumably his career highlights) were those made on Crackerjack *idly wonders who will be first* Please forgive my cynisism and any errors in the preceding post. A guady over-dressed magician on a unicycle beat me with some staves as a child.....

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
Jangla - I got my brother a Fraggle Rock ring tone a while back. I have Fairytale of New York by The Pogues on mine.It's not all that spooky. Unless you've ever written a thesis on Fraggle Rock. Or you have a massive selection of Fraggle Rock episodes on video ( along with dozens of muppet shows - original and Muppets Tonight - several episodes of Jim Henson's Storyteller, every single Muppet movie produced thus far and virtually every episode of Dinosaurs). Or if you had an almost encyclopaedic knowledge of the life and works of Jim Henson. If any of those things applied to you.....Then I might say that it's a spooky coincidence.------------------C@ntusThere's only one way of life and that's your own.

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
Oh and Neph, I'm still going to call you Maeve. If that's ok with you?Look it up. It's a way cool name
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"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


Janglamember
155 posts
Location: Oxford, UK


Posted:
I am actually a little light on Fraggle Rock episodes, but have a ton of Willow the Wisp, The Flumps, Finger Bobs and Jamie and His Magic Torch!------------------"The tincture of night began to suffuse the soup of the afternoon. He considered the sentence, and found it good. He liked 'tincture' particularly. Tincture. Tincture. It was a distinguished word, and pleasantly countered by the flatness of 'soup'. The soup of the afternoon. Yes. In which may be found the croutons of teatime."

---------------------With a bit of luck, his life was ruined; always thinking that just behind some narrow door, in his favourite bars, men in red woolen suits are getting incredible kicks from things he'll never know.


Bendymember
750 posts
Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia


Posted:
cory.....story...........allegory.
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Courage is the man who can stop after only one peanut


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