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  • Skeptical
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    Skeptical came about when ubb banned my other name after I "skeptically" asked them why ubb Enterprise wasn't going to be released. So then naturally I re-registered using this name "Skeptical" and since then it just stuck.

    Oh btw, this name has been since banned again over at ubb.

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  • Fred
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    Fred because its my real name. Well, short for my real name.

    (My real name is Frederik)

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  • Kier
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    Originally posted by eva2000
    congrats.. 5,000+ for me
    Cheating doesn't count

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  • Susan
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    Well....the first 3 years I was online, I went by my AOL screen name (even after I left aol after a year and a half.) So, to much of the net, I'm known as MetalMommy. MetalMommy came about because I like Heavy Metal Music and I'm a Mom.

    These days, I'm Susan or Susan + initials. It just makes sense to keep my actual name as my user name. Especially since meeting a bunch of people from an AOL chat room I used to hang out in and having them all call me "Metal" all day. LOL The really sad thing about that is that I actually answered to it.

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  • bmilder
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    First letter of my first name (Ben) + last name (Milder) = boring nickname

    I've been on the internet since about age 10 so when I got my email account I just modeled it after my dad's account (rmilder). Then when I started registering for bulletin boards I didn't bother thinking up anything new.

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  • SAWolf76
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    I used to Write SAWolf in games when i got a high score. Its short for "Saudi Arabian Wolf" Since my first game was a jet fighter plane I added the 76 later on when i got online and its my year of birth. I never had problems regestering this online. So thats good

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  • George L
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    Originally posted by Kier
    Well my personal compiler (Brain 4.3 beta) broke on that little expression... so I figured that PHP probably would too

    [edit - ooh this is post 2000 ]
    congrats.. 5,000+ for me

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  • Mike Sullivan
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    *points to last name*

    Basically the same thing as with Kevin -- one of my friends just called me that in study hall (or homeroom -- I forget), and I made it stick. My older brother used to call me Egg because he thought I had a big head for my age. LOL

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  • Kier
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    Well my personal compiler (Brain 4.3 beta) broke on that little expression... so I figured that PHP probably would too

    [edit - ooh this is post 2000 ]

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  • tubedogg
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    You're wierd...LOL

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  • Kier
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    Code:
    <?php
    $bigdogg = "tall" + "beefy";
    
    error at line 2

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  • tubedogg
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    LOL no - tall & beefy = bigdogg

    THEN add in the part I originally posted about the variation on bigdogg being tubedogg. I posted the short version and Kier made me tell the whole story.

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  • George L
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    Originally posted by tubedogg


    I'm not really sure why I got nicknamed that. I'm a somewhat big guy (kinda tall and 'beefy')...one of my really good friends called me that one day and I guess it just kind of stuck.
    tall and beefy = tubedogg ?

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  • George L
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    Originally posted by Kier
    Oh, and because it's really easy to type too...
    right

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  • tubedogg
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    I'm not really sure why I got nicknamed that. I'm a somewhat big guy (kinda tall and 'beefy')...one of my really good friends called me that one day and I guess it just kind of stuck.

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