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Posted on Fri, Jul 08, 2005 00:46

no i LOVED your tease at nagel, what i was a-iming at was your mention of choking and laughing at his post, I was just saying choking and laughing wasnt the ONLY thing I did, I had a few other thoughts I figured best not to post

PS WHY couldnt the word "a i m i n g" be passed ...?? I think the editor needs to read a dictionary .

  


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Posted on Thu, Jul 07, 2005 21:34

I got Kalster from my friends. While i got KC from the streets.



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Posted on Thu, Jul 07, 2005 19:01

Oh? Which post would that be? Now you've got me thinking and wondering???

Surely you didnt take my little tease at nagel personally???

How about shedding some light on this poor ole' girls tired brain?



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Posted on Thu, Jul 07, 2005 10:07

Mine is actually a version of my last name use it everywhere



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Posted on Thu, Jul 07, 2005 07:06

Well my name's Gordon(Gordy to my friends and nice peeps) and I'm from the North of England!



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Posted on Thu, Jul 07, 2005 00:19

Lost for words here , my unintelligent uncultured mind cant cope anymore !!!!!!!! Oh man ... toketee, I had a few choice thoughts after reading a certain post ....

  


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Posted on Wed, Jul 06, 2005 18:21

I was given my name when I was living Germany by my German co-workers. Its a good story but a long one so I will not go into it. Lets just say that it was a very good thing to be called.

Peace and Serenity
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Posted on Wed, Jul 06, 2005 14:17

My middle name means "Bold as the Bear" and I'm pretty cool and laid back most of the time so "Huggy Bear" has stuck with me for awhile. The 357 is added on to the end for other reasons.



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Posted on Wed, Jul 06, 2005 04:28

Jackthelass,
Great name, but is it a statment or am instruction.
With 2 jacks we could be playing poker.

  


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Posted on Tue, Jul 05, 2005 23:45

Mr mcmadd, it's time for your medication, nurse will be along shortly.......



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Posted on Tue, Jul 05, 2005 23:10

Well, with the risk of sounding totally lame, Lonesome Dove, as you all know is a Larry McMurtry novel and miniseries. One of my favorites. It just sounded fitting for a dating site.



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Posted on Tue, Jul 05, 2005 19:57

My name comes from a long proud history, bestowed upon the clan in 1314 by the Great Bruce after one of mi ancestors sent Edwards army home, tae think again. After the battle, as the English forces slithered away from Bannockburn, King Robert turned to sir James (the Black Douglas) and said "ere jimmy, who was yon mad basti that wuz beitin the ears oer the English?" Sir James turned and in a proud voice said "Aye, thas oor Hamish's lad: Jock, he's a reet wallopper, a proper Mcmadd basta." Then the Bruce, acknowledging my ancestors battle skills replied,
"Christ, hape e dinae have bairns, that's aw we need, a whole clan ae Mcmadd basta's." And so it came to pass the Mcmadd clan was formed with the blessing of the King of Scotland.



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Posted on Tue, Jul 05, 2005 14:11

Aijin is romanized Japanese. The Kanji "Ai" prounounced "aei" like the "A" sound in the word Asian. Translates to the word Love. And "jin" prounounced "gin" translates to Woman. So, put the two together and you get "lovely woman" or "woman in love". >.< or something like that. Then again someone also told me it could translate to "geisha". *LOL*

Either way, it was given to me by by a very close friend and I have kept it ever since. (Aijin is also my nickname outside of the internet.)

Is that not cultural enough? Albeit the lack of literary referencing?!

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Posted on Tue, Jul 05, 2005 11:58

Cheekie:
I like the nic that you suggested on your post about interracial dating:
"Supa Cheeks". LOL!!

  


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Posted on Tue, Jul 05, 2005 10:04


toketee write:
I'm sure you made more than one person choke and laugh on that one nagel!!!

My name comes from a forested area and falls that is not far from where I live. It is a Native American name from long, long ago. Being Native American myself and not wanting to use any of my real names on a dating site, I adopted the name from the area that I love to visit when I have the time.

How's that for culture, nagel?



Hmm, not bad, could do with a literary reference though ;-)



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Posted on Mon, Jul 04, 2005 20:39

I'm sure you made more than one person choke and laugh on that one nagel!!!

My name comes from a forested area and falls that is not far from where I live. It is a Native American name from long, long ago. Being Native American myself and not wanting to use any of my real names on a dating site, I adopted the name from the area that I love to visit when I have the time.

How's that for culture, nagel?



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Posted on Mon, Jul 04, 2005 02:52

Mine comes from location.. I live in Northern New Hampshire at the base of a mountian (MT. Washington). In the winter here it's not uncommon to get -50 below weather.. It's also common when its that cold to have winds that will literally freeze your skin in minutes. For some bizare reason I actually like the weather here...LOL



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Posted on Mon, Jul 04, 2005 00:29

Mine comes from a fascinating character from a book by Knut Hamsun called "Mysteries". Guess I'm just more cultured than the rest of you....



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Posted on Sun, Jul 03, 2005 12:03

A few of my friends started calling me Summers years ago, they came up with it cause my first name is Ann and they were referencing Ann Summers!!!! It stuck and I've used it ever since.



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Posted on Sat, Jul 02, 2005 15:04

When I was in my teens I knew this other kid who used to call me bowlegged bandit since I'm bowlegged. So I use to use that name a few years back but shortened it down to just bbandit then threw on an x just to make it sound cool and since I was born in 1979 I slapped 79 on the end. Thus, you end up with bbanditx79.

Rodney aka bbanditx79