User name Origin Tales: Part Dos Cause I know you missed it.
Well since I am NOT an artist and all I do is read comics and comment on them anyways, I thought, "Sure, I'll join and name myself Leaving a Comment for laughs" Well as it turns out, everyone actually really liked the name so I stuck with it. Then one of my first nights on the old forum, Suitcase made some smartass comment about my name and asked it's origin. So I came up with a total BS story to explain it and it went a little something like this:
It a terrible story of heart ache, and betrayal SuitCase, are you sure? Once I had a simple life, a steady job, a loving family, but that all changed when he came into my life. We swept me off my feet and showed me a world that I had never imagined. He popped the simple bubble of life I had been trapped in and we ran away together. We rode the rails for a year, going where ever the trains did, following our hearts, with only ourselves and a dog named Waffles for company.
One day we were trying to catch a train to Washington, Waffles was pulling hard on his makeshift leash and I noticed that it was becoming a tab bit frayed, but I decided not to mention anything. As we were running to grab the train, the leash suddenly snapped and Waffles tumbled down the hill and fell into a truck full of pillows heading towards town. Waffles didn’t chase after the train that day.
He never forgave me and eventually left me alone, I returned home and to my normal, boring life. I sometimes look out the window as the trains pass and think of Him and toy with the idea of jumping on one of those trains.
Now I prowl the internet, making sure I always leave a comment. Maybe one day I’ll leave enough comments to make up for the one I never made…
So yeah, let me hear your stories of where your user names came from.
- 02 December 2010 - 05:51 PM
Still. I have retconned it on several occasions - Jacob once suggested I'm Lemon Breakfast, and that one is fun; my favourites are Incandescent Light Bulb, I'm a Loser - the Beatles, and one I will not mention because it might be misunderstood. ^_^ The most famous one, however, is 'ilikeboys', which I have never actually called myself. So, sorry about that.
Still. My user name has no real meaning (essentially, like I'm Lemon Breakfast), but put what you want into it. Truth lies hidden, even here. ^_^
- 02 December 2010 - 06:03 PM
I just like the name Jorje. Not very exiting. (but if you payed attention in the other forums, you already knew that)
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- 02 December 2010 - 06:56 PM
I acctualy liked navi and never could figure out why people hated him/her/they?/it/we/me.
This is most likly the result of my own HUGE tendancy to be annoying and not know it and my subsiquent tolarance and even ignorance of attempts to annoy me.
- 02 December 2010 - 07:02 PM
Still, at least navi was trying to help...
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- 02 December 2010 - 07:50 PM
My Furry persona. Or Fursona if you must, was a West Highland Terrior also known as a Westy. I no longer consider myself a furry. i'm not insane just metaly unstable.
my real name is Iain Snell. some baseball player has almost the same name as me and i get a lot of American Bball fans harrasing me.
- 02 December 2010 - 08:27 PM
Well, it began in the 7th grade when I was in a class with two teachers instead of one. The second teacher was a really cool guy and we were friends that year. Next year I dident have him for any classes. We still said Hi in the halls whenever we passed eachother. One day though, he had seen me walking through the mixing bowl (The universal intersection of the school) he called to me, "Hey, Hen Barrson!" I laughed at the unusual intercangement of the first letters of my first and last name and said hi back. It stuck with me and turned into my You tube name. eventually I found myself here in this bit of heaven in need of a name, where elce to turn than to that old nickname bestowed upon me years ago.
- 02 December 2010 - 09:05 PM
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^I used to do this a lot.
- 02 December 2010 - 10:09 PM
PS On club penguin my username is Catgirl410.
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- 03 December 2010 - 12:09 AM
13...number...my lucky number.
Together theyre the username ive ben useing since bout 11.
It describes me pretty good. I'm a nasty F@#ker ever since I started whatchin porno at 8 things just whent down hill from there. I actualy reighn my self in quite alot on this forum I havent mentioned anything about anal streching or the American chalenge.
I molested myself last night. I sayed no but I knew I wanted it.
- 03 December 2010 - 12:37 AM
On top of that I write a great many stories and I really liked a character from one of them and his name was Arc so the two combined, I've used this for about the past 5 years.
Ice is something I really like, Marle's one of my favorite characters ever concieved, there you go.
Icy theme, Arctic Impulse.
- 03 December 2010 - 03:31 AM
i chose the name questionable kitty cause it was the cutest name i could think of and when i came up with it Augustus was just being introduced and if chirpy knew him i think thats what she would call him.
... now i'm using it for just about everything i do on the web
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- 03 December 2010 - 09:53 AM
I'm an immigrant! I'm in your country, stealing your jobs! And I'm proud of it! In fact I'm more than proud! I Think I'm better than the rest of you because of it! Hahahahahahaha!!!!!!
Hehe, no, really now. Migration is beautyful and horrible at the same time, it's killing a bit of yourself and growing much more in return. To quote my buddy Elton J. Johnny "It's one heart beating in two separate worlds". So if you meet an immigrant, shake his hand and congratulate him/her! I know I do. And as a symbol of my pride I wear this stigma as my name on the interwebs.
Are you crying yet?
Ah, god bless expatriates!
- 03 December 2010 - 11:16 AM
- 03 December 2010 - 01:07 PM
Now the whole world is racist to Texans.
- 03 December 2010 - 07:37 PM
If you can't guess why I am called Sammy, you need serious help.
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- 11 December 2010 - 10:48 AM
I’m fascinated by demons, angels and folk creature as like esotericism, so the first time I wanted to choose an account login for Ultima Online I choose “LightDemon”…
After that, I modified it into “Demon of Light” (wich, at that time, I didn’t noticed it was a bit wrong since what I wanted to mean was “Demon of the Light” ), since then I use that names the most of time (I’ve some other, but I don’t want to annoy so I’ll write about them if someone wants to know about :asd: ).
“Demone della Luce” is simply the translaction of “Demon of the Light”
Btw: this post has been copied from the old forum :look:
This post has been edited by Demone della Luce: 12 December 2010 - 12:09 AM
- 12 December 2010 - 12:09 AM
I also used Bremer_Lloyd recently on the IRC. Bremer Lloyd is the German/Dutch shipping company which brought almost all of the people leaving Germany to north and south america in the 1800s and early 1900s. If you live in the american continent and have German ancestors, there's a very good chance they traveled on a Bremer Lloyd ship. As Germany had two of the largest seaports used in the region, a lot of people from other countries (Poland, hungary, austria, Czech republic, etc) would have gone to Germany and headed to the new world in a Bremer Lloyd ship, too.
@Demon della Luce: Heh, I always read your name as "Demon della Lucy", for some reason.
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- 12 December 2010 - 04:10 AM
I disagree. And if they do not know what it means, then it is rather simple to understand. ^_^
- 12 December 2010 - 11:38 AM
Lol, I never thought about how similar are "Luce" and "Lucy" :asd:
- 12 December 2010 - 02:14 PM