nick names! - Page 4




 
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Boots
 
March 8th, 2005  
silent driller
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Whispering Death
Quote:
Originally Posted by staurofilakes
In greek means "The guardians of the cross", a medieval knight order
Ha ha ha, well, as a side note I can't pronounce your name so I've already given you a nickname so in my head I can pronounce your handle...

StudioFlakes.
Mmmm... StudioFlakes...
May 5th, 2005  
cpl_clarke
 
 
Mine is leprechaun because i was at a buddy's house having a beer in my combats (which are green obviously).
May 5th, 2005  
AFSteliga
 
 
I've got 3 nicks that have actually stuck with some people:

1. Steliga. People call me that because it just sounds better than Kris.

2. Flash. This came about when I was in Grade 9, and kind of established myself as the fastest runner in the class (in the school for that matter)

3. Stalingrad. This came around this year then one of the guys who's originally from Poland accidentally called me Stalingrad as opposed to Steliga.
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Boots
May 5th, 2005  
Themrose89
 
In my short life I have picked up several <sticking> nick-names.

Paris- my last name is Hilton
Timmy- the girls at school
Tim the Dim- I'm about as sharp as a marble
The Me- I started this one by a simple slip of tongue
Jimmy- my aunt switched my name with my cousins
Die Hard- screen name on alot of games I play
May 6th, 2005  
Vitaly
 
Maverick (Tom Cruise in Top Gun)
Why? Look Below


Now look at my avatar.

Now imagine that sexy face with aviator sunglasses
May 10th, 2005  
sunb!
 
 
I got the nickname Sunblock back in the summer of 2000 when I was working nightshift in a huge ventilation shaft system. I did so the entire summer, didn't get much of a tan...

Also got the nickname Skinner or Skinny when I lost about 20 kgs of bodyweight the autumn of 1998 but that is another story...
May 10th, 2005  
Corocotta
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by silent driller
Quote:
Originally Posted by Whispering Death
Quote:
Originally Posted by staurofilakes
In greek means "The guardians of the cross", a medieval knight order
Ha ha ha, well, as a side note I can't pronounce your name so I've already given you a nickname so in my head I can pronounce your handle...

StudioFlakes.
Mmmm... StudioFlakes...
OOOpppsss, I thought you were talking about nick names in the forum, not in the real life!!

I do not have nick name in real life...., just my name, Hugo.
May 10th, 2005  
bonnieblue716
 
 
bonnie: my screen name on about everything
little bit: 'cause I'm pretty tiny
shorty: 'cause I am
filly: a young female horse, and I'm always with the horsey scene
net junkie: 'cause I'm on the internet practically 24/7
I get lots of sweety's, sweetheart's, cutie's, and occasionally dear and kiddo which I absoultly HATE. I just look really young I guess.
May 10th, 2005  
CDTGaticaW201
 
I had JoJo...one of my girl/friends started it and it caught on, which occasionally gets shortened down to Jo(e)

At Sea Cadets though, our midshipman over time gave everyone a nick name...and I became Cadet Studley because well.....you take a guess
May 10th, 2005  
A Can of Man
 
 
Army Man - one from high school. A bit sh1te if you want to be a Marine. Got it from being hard core in track and field.

Daley - variation of given name.

Cradle Snatcher - no comment