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Postby Akira » Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:46 am UTC

ZeroSum wrote:
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.

I use i'd've all the time, actually. It's perfectly logical, and I would assume it's proper enough, since people say it all the time, but MSWord hates it.

Regarding contractions, it bugs me when people spell "y'all" as "ya'll". That's incorrect.

Akira is actually not my usual internet handle, but it comes from the Japanese anime 'Akira' (which I actually haven't seen yet, but when I was in panic mode needing a name right away, the dvd case was right in front of me, lol)

My usual handle was made before it had a real (non-emo) meaning. Since I've gotten over my depression more or less, my explanation of the meaning has taken on a biblical twist.
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Postby Marbas » Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:54 am UTC

The origin of my online handle is long and whiny.

Therefore: I won't post it.

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Postby Pebbles » Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:04 am UTC

its what my name means :) my real name, not the name I go by to my friends.. which sadly means bankers cheque or something like that. That was a real disappointment. So I went with the meaning 'little rock', which I translated into pebbles... obviously!
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Postby BlueNowhere » Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:18 am UTC

When I first started out online I used "Germany" followed by the roman numerals of my age. At 15 I decided to stick with the same nick. It wasn't worth changing it every year just to keep up. I still use that for AIM.

When I was introduced to the wonders of IRC I eventually registered BlueIce1803. I thought of it all by myself ... well, not really. It was inspired by Cat's Cradle. I was 18 and 2003 is my HS class!! Woot.

As for my current nick, I picked it up from a book. I think it's quite clever, that is if you've read the book. The author is Jeffery Deaver and I'll let you figure out the title.
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Postby German Sausage » Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:35 am UTC

this one came from a email newsletter i had when i was on exchange in germany. there was a photo i took (since deleted, alas) of a butcher's window that was just full of sausages. so that was the header for all my group emails.
German Sausage is the closest thing to a 'real' or continuing nickname, but it's usually too long. so i am also known as Gsaus or HughSausage.
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Postby Phenriz » Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:36 am UTC

Fenrir

a bastardization of the Norse demon-wolf.

Been using it since i saw the Summon in FF IX, usually in the way i spell it here. I think the name has a great story tied to it.
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Postby Nyarlathotep » Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:45 am UTC

Belial, that's an awesome story.

Mine is far more mundane.

Nyarlathotep is my favourite Outer God. For some reason I like to use it on nerdier forums. End of story.
'Gehȳrst þū, sǣlida, hwæt þis folc segeð?
hī willað ēow tō gafole gāras syllan,
ǣttrynne ord and ealde swurd,
þā heregeatu þe ēow æt hilde ne dēah.

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Postby The LuigiManiac » Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:59 am UTC

Four score and seven years ago...

Just kidding.

Short explanation: Comes from my Wikipedia username.

Long explanation: I had spent several days trying to think up a good username to use for Wikipedia, the first place on the whole of the blagosphere that I made an account on. Finally, on Pi Day, I was playing some SSBM and thought that I might be good enough at it to take "LuigiMaster". It was taken. Then I started thinking about Duck Dodgers, and how awesome a series it was. One part of a certain episode came to mind, where the Martians hire a mad scientist known as "Dr. Maniac". The rest is history. I'm kind of glad I didn't get LuigiMaster, because after looking around YouTube I realized how woefully inaccurate that statement would have been.

Then, one day right out of nowhere some anonymous editor put the Wikipedia articles on xkcd (in this case I mean both xkcd and xkcd) up for speedy deletion. Reason given: "non-notable". I removed both speedy notices, but when the anon readded them, and I was too slow at re-removing them before the deletion of the page, I decided to come here and give everyone a heads up on the deletion of the article. I signed up under my Wikipedia username, "LuigiManiac", but I didn't know you actually needed the e-mail address. I fudged it the first time, because I don't like giving out my e-mail address. Needless to say, that account has zero posts to its name and is not activated.

Anyways, by the time I actually realized the error I made, the deletion had been overturned. A few days later I finally decided to just sign up anyways, under this name, because I wanted a name similar to my Wikipedia username.

Man that was a long explanation.
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Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:08 am UTC

Playing Moo II. I had been naming all my ships peppers, like the Jabanero and the Jalapeno. Anyways, I had a Plasma Cannon /. Innertial Nullifier / MultiPhasic Regenerating Shield Doomstar, and I called it the Mighty Jalapeno.

And it just seemed win.

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Postby liza » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:13 am UTC

1. I'm a fan of Latin. Somnia = Latin word (somnus in feminine form)
2. Insomnia's plagued me since I was about eight.

So, one day I was reading my Latin book (yes, I have a Latin book) and there an aside about the word somnus and what it connoted in ancient Latin. Back then, sleeping was synonymous with dreaming and thus this common word meant both. This sorta struck me as profoundish what with my insomnia and thus I began idealizing a world where dreams were the norm and went from there. I wrote about such a world (writing a hobby I have) and the word Somnia sort of represented it all. I then began using it as a web handle just because I liked my fictional world. That, and there are few things that leave your mind blank-er than an open 'Username' field looking back at you, and my writing notebook was next to me in one such situation.

The end.

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Postby tarkadal » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:20 am UTC

Red Dwarf fans may recognize it, coming from Tarka-Dal, ambassador to the great Vindaloovian Empire! Remove capitilization and hyphenation to get a nifty 8 letter long user name, which has been my internet name ever since I've been on the internet.
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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:27 am UTC

Belial, your name is full of win, that is just awesome.
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Postby Ren » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:32 am UTC

Way back in grade ten-ish, I was searching the interwebs for interesting material for an underground newspaper. I came across an interesting website full of mock horoscopes. One which made me laugh particularly read: "You will hear a haunting melody float through the air. But don't be alarmed! It will turn out a renegade oboe player is hiding in the shrubbery."
(Note: May be paraphrased.)
I was sort-of playing the oboe at the time, and I liked the thought of an oboe ninja, so "Renegade Oboe" became a pseudonym for my underground writings and papers, and later my favourite username.

On my first forum, a discussion board of my favourite band, I used the full name, but people would call me "Ren" for short.
It's taken in most places, and therefore I don't get to use it very much, but I can here!

It is also, interestingly, Kemetic for "name."
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Postby Alisto » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:37 am UTC

Ren wrote:It is also, interestingly, Kemetic for "name."


And Mandarin for "person". 人
Bad grammar makes me [sic].
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Postby Tetelestia » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:40 am UTC

In high school, my friend was in a band and they were playing a show with Chevelle, who at the time were just a few dudes in a band. I liked them and bought their cd 'Tetelestai'. I thought it was a very neat word, but I switched the a and the i to give it more pronounceability. If that's a word.

Tetelestai is a Greek word meaning 'paid in full'. Back in Bible times when someone paid off their bill in the marketplace they would run through the streets shouting "tetelestai, tetelestai" may debt is paid in full.

When Jesus was on the cross His last words were "It is finished" or in the Greek 'tetelstai' meaning the debt is paid. He was referring to the debt for our sins. Jesus paid the debt for our sins in full on the cross.

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Postby Akira » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:42 am UTC

Alisto wrote:
Ren wrote:It is also, interestingly, Kemetic for "name."


And Mandarin for "person". 人

Wow, show how together I am tonight. I didn't see "Mandarin", so I looked at the character, and I'm like, "but that's hito, or maybe jin"

Then I saw Mandarin and was like, "Oh. Chinese reading. Sorry."
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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:47 am UTC

Ren wrote:I was sort-of playing the oboe at the time, and I liked the thought of an oboe ninja, so "Renegade Oboe" became a pseudonym for my underground writings and papers, and later my favourite username.


That is very very cool.
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Postby __Kit » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:49 am UTC

My old one was Darkmagician2625, then later darkid262 :oops:

Seeing as the first website I ever went on was Neopets, for about the first two years of using the net, prolly' about 11-13?

My account got frozen and I didn't like how people call you your screen name, I would prefer my real name, so my username was _kit, kit_ , 0kit, etc.
now I'm stuck with __kit

I also love knowing about peoples names, and was also tempted to make this thread, but was worrying about getting flamed

lame, yes
cool, no
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Postby Akira » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:52 am UTC

My old one was Darkmagician2625

What's wrong with that? The Dark Magician is cool! ...Incidentally, I considered Maha Vailo as my screenname on here, but Akira wound up it because my brain blanked at crunch-time.
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Postby Ren » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:54 am UTC

SilverWolfe wrote:
Ren wrote:I was sort-of playing the oboe at the time, and I liked the thought of an oboe ninja, so "Renegade Oboe" became a pseudonym for my underground writings and papers, and later my favourite username.


That is very very cool.


I guess I should mention that now I'm an oboe major in university.
That sort of makes it more legit. Thanks Angell!
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Postby xooll » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:55 am UTC

I needed a name for a Diablo character, and the random syllable (pronounced "zool") was what I came up with. I decided to spell it better, and it kind of stuck. I've also been known as terminal frost, from a pink floyd song (which has a much cooler title than the particular song warrants).
So, I got tired of the fact that the appearance of my band name in my signature made my posts on this forum the dominant result when googling for my music. Anyway, if you think I might happen to be a good musician, you can test this theory here.

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Postby blarg(!) » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:55 am UTC

I made noises with my mouth till they amused me sufficiently. Yes I was one of those kids.

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Postby Woxor » Wed Jun 20, 2007 6:01 am UTC

My real name is Walker. Hacker:Haxor::Walker:Woxor.

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Postby the human perl script » Wed Jun 20, 2007 6:07 am UTC

At my job, most of what I do is a real-life version of a common Perl use. Sorting file contents, copying files conditionally depending on their contents, appending, removing, finding and parsing the date on them and moving them to an archive if they're over a certain age.... I could go on.

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Postby ShowPony » Wed Jun 20, 2007 6:36 am UTC

I learned the hard way to keep different parts of my online life separate,
and since my professional life requires my real name, elsewhere I use
names that have no connection to my real life.

The second part of my user name comes from being obsessed with horses.
I sometimes roleplay one with some online friends.
The first part comes from my job. I was comparing my job as a game programmer
to the guy in the circus in an old joke. (Guy complains about spending all
his time shovelling up after the elephants, getting paid next to nothing,
etc. Someone asks why he doesn't get another job, and he says, "What, and
leave show business?") The friends I mentioned above decided that if I'm
in show business, I must be a show pony. :D

Far too much work for a name that isn't as cool as many of those above.

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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 6:42 am UTC

Woah, I'm in total name-envy now!

Showpony is funky, I love horses, but not so obsessed.
the human perl script is great, reminds me of my job too.
Woxor is cool, abusing internet memes is fun.
Blarg(!) that is awesome, I do that.
xooll is sweet, I totally want to steal that for my database of stolen names.
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Postby FiercestCalm » Wed Jun 20, 2007 7:17 am UTC

I'm completely non-creative when it comes to names, so I usually glean them from song lyrics. FiercestCalm is from the Tori Amos song "Concertina." The full line is,
I swear you're the fiecest calm I've been in
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Postby __Kit » Wed Jun 20, 2007 7:29 am UTC

SilverWolfe wrote:Woah, I'm in total name-envy now!

Showpony is funky, I love horses, but not so obsessed.
the human perl script is great, reminds me of my job too.
Woxor is cool, abusing internet memes is fun.
Blarg(!) that is awesome, I do that.
xooll is sweet, I totally want to steal that for my database of stolen names.

:o
You forgot me...

Kidding, haha
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Postby pi-3 orionis » Wed Jun 20, 2007 8:39 am UTC

When I was a little tike and I was first starting to get interested in astronomy, the only constellation I was able to locate was Orion's belt. I decided recently that I would start to use the names of starts from the Orion constellation as my usernames, and for this forum I went with pi-3 orionis which is the nearest star in that constellation.

I've also had Rustyos, which was my first username I used. It comes from my last name, Rustvold, wich was then transformed by freinds.

Also sometimes I go with light_pollutant.

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Postby Zohar » Wed Jun 20, 2007 8:55 am UTC

It's my first name...

In my younger days I would use a handle of some sort, I don't even remember it...
Mighty Jalapeno: "See, Zohar agrees, and he's nice to people."
SecondTalon: "Still better looking than Jesus."

Not how I say my name

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Postby Nuclear Spoon » Wed Jun 20, 2007 9:31 am UTC

Words out of a hat, in short.
In German, my username would be Atomlöffel. :idea:
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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 9:56 am UTC

Kit already knows I think his name is adorable.

Fiercest calm is very cool, I wish I'd thought of something like that.

Zohar is a cool name, my parents were so lame.

Nuclear Spoon, that's pretty awsome.
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Postby ShadeWolf » Wed Jun 20, 2007 9:57 am UTC

Short version

I loved dragons, and originally started with a dragon nick name, one day i got into a fight with a werewolf, and thus my name was born.
The wolf that walks in the dark is no more.

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Postby chilibaka » Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:05 am UTC

Although someone might think about it, my nick doesn't have anything to do with Japanese.

It was the days of Diablo II and in Act 3 (the jungle place) where there were these pygmi enemies. They yelled this war cry when they charged at you. Me and my brother thought it sounded funny so we tried to figure out what the hell they were yelling. I came up with "Chilibaqaaaa!" and it was then refined to "Chilibakaaa!". Then I just thought it'd make a great nick and started to use it.

Oh, and yes, it is meant to be written in lowercase. I hate when people address me as Chilibaka in forums or IRC. I also hate it when people call me just chili for shorts (see my shortened version of my nick below).

In some cases chilibaka is too long for an username (it's 9 characters long and usually 8 is the limit in some cases). Then I use the shortened form which is chiba.

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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:07 am UTC

chiba, that is also full of win.
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Postby Alcari » Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:10 am UTC

Zohar...

Anyway, my name came from Tolkien's Elven language, Quenya.
Originally I was Alcari Ambaron, which would translate into "glorious sunrise" but in a male form.

In the course of time it got shortened to Alcari, which is merely a wrong form of "sunrise." Quenya is btw, a pretty damn complex language. Which leads people to believe that I am somehow female...

and it's pronounced ahl-CAR-ee, not al-care-EYE!
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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:19 am UTC

Yay me! I've been pronouncing your name right all along.
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Postby davef » Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:51 am UTC

It stands for

Didn't
Already
Vaccinate?
Extremely
Foolish!

and I use it to remind me that childhood vaccinations are really, really important.
Ciúnas, bóthar, cailín, bainne.

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Postby SoapyHobo » Wed Jun 20, 2007 11:13 am UTC

I got mine from mixing names made by the random name generator on worms.

It was SoapyHobo or GibberingFool, i don't tend to post much on forums (and i'm also not a fool), so i chose soapy.
Jack Saladin wrote:Goddamn that's an awesome ****, Soapy. Once they get around to making artificial **** and I replace my crappy original ones, I'm gonna make mine look like that.


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