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How'd you come up with your username(s)?

Postby chrispy1 » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:39 am UTC

Mine comes from the fact that my first name is Chris, and my last name starts with a B. Chris-b.

Ok, that's not entirely true. Real reason is that I suck at video games, and friends would love playing with me 'cause they'd always be able to kick my ass. One game we were playing (some army game, can't remember the name) had us on the same side. One of my buddies turns his flamethrower onto me, and my character got burnt huge - he laughed and laughed, and says "Hey, now you're crispy....wait a sec, you are now known as Chrispy!". Damn him and his wit (or lack thereof).
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Postby SpitValve » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:42 am UTC

When I was like third firm I was playing trombone at a camp with some form 1s and 2s in it, and my spitvalve was leaky. This disturbed some of the girls, and the nickname came thence. It lasted for maybe a year or two after that, but I still use it as an online nick.

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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:44 am UTC

It's a long story, so rather than go through the whole thing, follow this link and read "the evolution of a name" (and boost my blag hits while you're at it).

I'm still waiting to be "dubbed" something by ... anyone. I've only ever been given unfavourable nicks by mean kids at school.

I think the only one I didn't mention in that link was that I tried Raven as part of a Halfling rogue, who also had the nickname Pockets, but that game never actually started, so it doesn't really count.

EDIT: *rubs hands together with glee* I love stories about nicks, don't know why, but I know I'll love this thread.
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Postby EvanED » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:45 am UTC

When my dad was signing up for AOL (this is in the era of AOL 2.0; for a while we had AOL and Compuserve simultaneously; I think it was $9.99 a month for non-unlimited access; just to set the stage of how long ago this was), both Evan and EvanD were taken, so he chose EvanED as my login name.

I'm lazy, so I use it essentially everywhere.

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Postby Princess Marzipan » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:51 am UTC

Inspired by Battlebots.




What? Seriously.
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Postby crazyjimbo » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:53 am UTC

When I was about 13/14, and first signed up for the internet, James was taken. I tried Jimbo which was also gone so then tested various prefixs until I found one that wasn't taken. Now I'm stuck with the fact that the 13 year old me thought that having 'crazy' in one's nickname was a good idea. :(

EDIT: I also regret not signing up to this forum with a capitalised nickname.
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Postby chrispy1 » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:54 am UTC

CreemyNougat wrote:Inspired by Battlebots.



That's one question answered. And yes, Battlebots were cool (or so I told myself....)
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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:58 am UTC

crazyjimbo wrote:Now I'm stuck with the fact that the 13 year old me thought that having 'crazy' in one's nickname was a good idea. :(


But how are we supposed to know you're crazy?

*hugs* crazyjimbo is a cool nick.
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Postby Gwydion » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:59 am UTC

In the 7th grade, I decided I needed a name for a D&D character. Of course, having no clue where to turn, I made one up. Of course, nobody believes me, but that's my story and I'm sticking to it.

I've since found that it's a character from a series of fantasy novels, and also a character out of Welsh mythology, but as a 7th grader I just thought it sounded cool.

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Postby Owijad » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:00 am UTC

Mine stands for things. Including "Out West, Intoxicated, Jabbing Angry Ducks."
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Postby Sprocket » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:07 am UTC

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Postby CitizenErased » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:10 am UTC

Dunno I came up with mine years ago on the spur of the moment cause I couldn't think of anything better. I hate it now though but I use it for everything and Im too lazy to change it

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Postby ZeroSum » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:11 am UTC

CreemyNougat wrote:Inspired by Battlebots.

Seriously? I always thought it was a reference to candy. Didn't Sid go by a Nougat-related name back then? I don't quite remember since that was so long ago.

Properly my name is Zero Sum Happiness and describes exactly what it seems to be: Happiness is (sometimes) a zero sum game. For me to be more happy I must often do something that would make someone else (or me at a different time) unhappy.

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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:16 am UTC

ZeroSum wrote:Happiness is (sometimes) a zero sum game. For me to be more happy I must often do something that would make someone else (or me at a different time) unhappy.


Too true. :? *hugs*

I've got to stop playing favorites, this thread is so cool.
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Postby Melissa63l » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:25 am UTC

I've used this once since I was... oh... 13 or so.

I had a huge growth spurt between 12 and 13, and by the time I stopped, I was 6'3. I got tired of every person I met asking me "how tall are you?"

So I put it in my name. The "L" at the end is just my last initial.

Not very exciting, but I've kept it for years and years.

:)

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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:28 am UTC

That's awesome!
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Postby chrispy1 » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:31 am UTC

Melissa63l wrote:I had a huge growth spurt between 12 and 13, and by the time I stopped, I was 6'3. I got tired of every person I met asking me "how tall are you?"


First off, I hate when people ask friends of mine that are exceptionally tall what their height is. One friend has started responding with "About a foot shorter than you, it's my ego that makes me look this big" (she's 6'7).

Secondly - kick ass sig. It's so true, and I really wish more people realised it.
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Postby hermaj » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:36 am UTC

Mine is from Hermaj, Queen of Sandwichdom, which is a thing from highschool which I believe I have explained a couple of times already, every time people are like "Her Majesty...?" Nope, it was never short for anything, guys! :D

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Postby une see » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:37 am UTC

I don't know. Think it came from a dream I had once.

About something. And there were frogs involved, I'm pretty sure.

Totally random. Not exciting at all. Wish I had a cool story, though...

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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:42 am UTC

une see wrote:Wish I had a cool story, though...


Being granted a name in a dream? That is teh awesome!
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Postby mrcheesypants » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:43 am UTC

I tried to think of two random nouns, stick them together and added the mr prefix to them. This process for making names makes it hard to forget them so it's easy for IM or for gaming.

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People like to call me 'Mo' but I really hate it, but no matter how many times I tell people that, only about four have ever actually remembered. I also had a coworker once rant to me about the french language, and how '-eaux' should not, in a sane world, sound like 'oh'. So when I gave up all hope of people actually calling me by my real name, I frenchified it instead. Meaux it is.
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Postby majikthise » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:54 am UTC

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Postby scowdich » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:57 am UTC

My username is simply a contraction of my first name and last name...a friend started using it on me in high school, and I decided I liked it. If it's a real contraction, I never could figure out where to put the apostrophe...it's a mystery!

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Postby Neeks » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:58 am UTC

a weird pronunciation of the first part of my real name (Nikesh). It was said by my cousin when he was trying to get my attention. He would say it long and stretched out, like 'Neeeeeeeeek'. Little did I know that it would become my nickname fo the next 10 years and beyond.

Also, I got the connection that Neek = Nerd + Geek....so, that's pretty awesomebot.

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Postby Princess Marzipan » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:00 am UTC

ZeroSum wrote:Seriously? I always thought it was a reference to candy. Didn't Sid go by a Nougat-related name back then? I don't quite remember since that was so long ago.


It's candy. It was only inspired by Battlebots. I sometimes tell people I got the name by eating a hundred Milky Way fun-size bars in one sitting, but that's a lie.

hermaj wrote:Mine is from Hermaj, Queen of Sandwichdom, which is a thing from highschool which I believe I have explained a couple of times already, every time people are like "Her Majesty...?" Nope, it was never short for anything, guys! :D


Ooh, now I can pronounce it right!
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Postby ZeroSum » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:04 am UTC

scowdich wrote:My username is simply a contraction of my first name and last name...a friend started using it on me in high school, and I decided I liked it. If it's a real contraction, I never could figure out where to put the apostrophe...it's a mystery!
In a contraction you replace every group of unused letters with an apostrophe. So "I would have" becomes "I'd've" if you want to make an absurd contraction.

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Postby Joeldi » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:08 am UTC

It's what my mother occasionally calls me. She wrote it in an email that my friends later read and gave me shit about, but being the resilient person I am, I made it my online nick for everything.

(Actually, the full thing is joeldipops, but I wanted a name that carried less childish baggage for these fora.
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Postby the Cow » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:12 am UTC

My wife, then girlfriend, gave me the name "MoosieCow" twenty years ago. It stuck.
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Postby Alisto » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:14 am UTC

Alisto is a term from Kali/Escrima that means "ready" or "prepared".
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Postby roaikgid » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:32 am UTC

I was watching my brother play morrowind on his computer, and he wanted to make a 1mp cost spell to build up the destruction skill. He was dismayed to find out that morrowind ignored the fact that he was using the dvorak keyboard layout. I suggested that he just type the name as if it didn't. It ended up being "ygod roaikgid"(he was going to call the spell "fire practice") I liked the sound of it and have been using it and variations of it ever sense.

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Postby Vandole » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:33 am UTC

I went through a lot of random names. Zimbio, for instance, was what I thought of when registering for Battle.net at like 8 years old (I happened to think Zimbabwe was a funny name and slightly modified it). Then as a grew up I got tired of that and I stole the name Delphinus, the airship from Skies of Arcadia. I got bored quickly of that and moved on to Vandole, the villain in Sword of Mana and Secret of Mana (at least, for the majority of Secret of Mana)
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Postby spacermase » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:43 am UTC

I came up with mine in 7th grade, and it's actually serve me pretty well.

Mase is shortened form of my actual name (Mason), and Spacer is an old-school scifi term for an astronaut, as I wanted to be an astronaut at the time (I still do, but that's another story).

Later on, it developed a double meaning, as my friends would frequently complain that I "spaced out" too much.
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Postby stuck » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:58 am UTC

/me <insert witty and amusing action>

That stuff was all the rage on mIRC about 10 years ago. Somehow i switched to "stuck" (actually, it was StuCk back then) and it, uh, stuck...
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Postby Solt » Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:07 am UTC

It's like salt, but with an "o". Far out, right?

I was registering for a game I think and I wanted a unique name. This is what I got. yea, not very creative. If I wrote a sci-fi or fantasy book, the character names would really suck.
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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:26 am UTC

Solt wrote:If I wrote a sci-fi or fantasy book, the character names would really suck.


Nonsense, how do you think most fantasy-ish names came into being? I do most of my fantasy names by either: sounding out random syllables till I happen on something that doesn't sound bad, or ripping something out of my database of stolen names.
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Postby CitizenErased » Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:29 am UTC

oh just thought of a good username...are mods able to change someones' username?

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Postby Belial » Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:38 am UTC

Long story. Alright. Well. I had these two friends. Well, a friend and an aquaintance, really. Their names were Tas and Nick. And, being kindof crazy, drug-addled RPG players, they had a few weird habits.

One of these habits was that they would occasionally just...fall into conversation with each other as though they were Lucifer (Tas) and one of his generals (I think)(Nick). They would hold a conversation, usually a sortof mundane "How's things" kindof conversation, but as Satan and a Demon. It was one part roleplaying, one part time-killing bullshit, and one part just...wierdness.

Well, one day Nick says something to Tas along the lines of "So, when your vacation here is over, you'll be taking up the reins of Hell again, yeah?" To which Tas immediately shook his head and said,

"No, actually. I'm looking into something new. If nothing else, a longer vacation."

"Oh? So're you just going to leave the place leaderless, or did you have someone in mind?"

"Been thinking about it. I'm thinking Belial. He's good people. Knows what he's doing, has a good head on his shoulders. I think he can handle it without bothering me every twenty minutes."

"Hmm. Yeah. I could see it."

I was, at the time, engulfed in a videogame (*probably* either Crimson Skies or Tenchu), two couches over, and I was only half-listening. And then Tas walked in front of me, reached into his pocket, and pulled out a small, old fashioned key and dropped it in my lap, then held out his hand and said "Kiss the ring". Which I did.

Then he laughed, and said "Take care of the place. And don't lose that fucking key. Wear it around your neck or something." And then he went out on the porch with Nick to drink.

So, I started using the name, because the whole scene amused me. For the same reason, I keep the key on my key-ring (the string he had it on wouldn't fit around my neck.) Also, if, after I die, it turns out that I was a demon prince on vacation and I'm now the lord of hell.....well....score, I guess?
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Postby Lani » Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:42 am UTC

I'll give you a hint on how I got mine --

My first name starts with "L" and ends with "ani".
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