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What does your user name mean?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by 65devon, Nov 8, 2006.

  1. Just Corey

    Just Corey New Member

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    brilliant name and the logic behind.
    It's good branding.

    The gear in your store is amazing too.
     
  2. 900a4

    900a4 Member

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    just spotted this thread,900a4 is a kawasaki motorcycle model,which is the last of the great Z900 model lineup 1976 Z900A4,have had the bike for the last 20 years or so,bought in pieces and rebuilt over 12 months and raced at the drags for about ten years.
     
  3. teeveezed

    teeveezed Member

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    My initials are TvZ...tee vee zed.
     
  4. Schtailhainus

    Schtailhainus New Member

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    My wife and I were given a homebrew kit for a wedding pressie by some mates. Still don't know why. Anyway, the first brew was matured and drank by all. Claimed as an absolute sucess that night. Was either Guinness, or Hoegaargen. The next day did not bring a hangover at all, but there was a sign of the big night in the air.... So the first thing I mentioned was that seems to cause "Schtailhainus". A symtom of drinking too much European styled homebrew. Kind of stuck.
     
  5. DaisyGirl

    DaisyGirl Guest

    I love this story - thks for sharing :cool:
    Daisy was printed on the back of my kombi under the window when I bought her, so I now call her DaisyGirl :heart:
     
  6. oldman

    oldman Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm a man & I'm old........apparently......:wtf:
     
  7. thegownchick

    thegownchick Guest

    I run a graduation gown hire service. When people graduate from university, they hire (or buy) their academic gown from me. I don't own the company sadly, just work for someone else. Once when I was introduced to a new employee at our organisation, she said "oh you're the gown chick". And the name kinda stuck.
     
  8. DaisyGirl

    DaisyGirl Guest

    Shite Mark.......how old are you? cause I think I'm older than you and then that would make me old and well shite.....:wtf:
     
  9. grumble

    grumble Well-Known Member

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    Melissa we all get old we just have to live long enough the trouble is we don't notice it until someone points it out.
    Cheers and keep smiling Les
     
  10. DaisyGirl

    DaisyGirl Guest

    How you doin'Les? I know - this is what I am sayin'....whyyyyyy did Mark have to point it out - Yikes!!!
     
  11. Chidori

    Chidori Active Member

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    Cool thread. A chidori is the name for a plover (type of bird) that lives on the river in Kyoto Japan. The bird is the logo for the area of pontocho which is also in Kyoto. I loved pontocho so much that I got a tattoo while I was there of the chidori. :D
     
  12. istinkgood

    istinkgood Member

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    i stink good apparently ,just like a old kombi
     
  13. Squidy

    Squidy Well-Known Member

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    I've been known to many as Squidy for a good few years now, originally came from an episode of the Simpsons.
     
  14. 85 Caravelle

    85 Caravelle Member

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    uuummmmmmmmmm
     
  15. Barnes Bay Hippy

    Barnes Bay Hippy New Member

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    30 years ago, living on Bruny Island, and driving about with 6 kids and a pregnant wife in a 71 Kombi, I'd been christened the moniker I proudly recalled, when searching for a user name. The rednecks only let me know, after I'd got an Island job, and bought a Holden wagon. Before that, they wouldnt talk to me.
    I remember that blue lowlight, and the deeds she performed with affection, and laugh about the times I had to pull the motor out, on the side of the road.
     
  16. Hooch n Lol

    Hooch n Lol New Member

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    My surname is "Houckham" which nobody could pronounce when I was in the Royal Navy, so everybody called me "Hooch" instead.......My wife is called "Loren" and is often called "Lol" so when we wanted a user name we thought of Hooch n Lol. However someone recently pointed out to us that in Oz 'hooch' is a slang for cannabis and 'Lol' being laugh out loud, we might be thought of as a pair of weed smoking kombi hippies.......so everybody hides their snacks when they meet us!!!!!
     
  17. oldman

    oldman Super Moderator Staff Member

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    :lol::lol: 54 Liss... it's my kids that christened me that - I still think I'm 16, just never got any older........well on the inside anyway :eek: Cheers, Mark
     
  18. DaisyGirl

    DaisyGirl Guest

    Well thank god for that - I am only 51 clearly not old yet!!!
     
  19. DakDak67

    DakDak67 Guest

    My bus DakDak's 67 times and then konks out...
     
  20. melissa

    melissa Administrator Staff Member

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    Chris - you should get a mechanic to check that out ;)
     

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