Is it your favourite plane - interests - nickname - or just your actual name
874 forum posts
Bit bored, so came up with a pointless thread...
I've been curious about how peeps got there usernames...
Some are funny (BEB), some cryptic.. Most of you, who are not famous (Tony, Pete, David - dont be miffed if I missed you off) have just used you own boring name... Why..??
You could have beed 'King Bob the 3rd', 'Leonardo da Vinci', 'Shed Hermit', 'Balsa Junky', or just plain old 'Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis'
Steve's is puzzling me at the mo.. I think Steve-W-O stands for
'Steve..! WATCH-OUT he's about to take-off / crash / etc..'
Mines just my interests.. A bit nerdy I suppose..
Cyclic - from Heli's, Scooby from my car (Scooby is Latin for Subaru Impreza)
So.. Explain yourselves... Especially Steve..
Bored Chrisie.. xx
Edited By Cyclicscooby on 05/04/2012 13:06:49
|Tony Bennett||05/04/2012 13:08:54|
5082 forum posts
just my name.
simple, like me.
|518 forum posts|
I'll start as mines simple, YakMad.... I am just mad about Yak's, the planes not the 4 legged creatures, I particulary like Yak-54's currently have two but have had many more.
151 forum posts
Lol I know what you mean Chrissy, I kinda guesses at yours (Scooby is latin for Impreza lol)
Well mine is derived from South Park a character called Towlie, and is due to my unique ability to get lost going somewhere I have been several times before :D
Plus anyone that has read Hitchhikers guide will know its advisable to always bring a towel
|Olly P||05/04/2012 13:15:50|
3215 forum posts
Mine is name and first letter of surname, dull I'm afraid!
874 forum posts
|1087 forum posts|
Mine is after a tune i was listening to when i signed up,
the warning by code name john, its the name Grooverider uses when he`s not too sure of a tune he produced and wont put his own name to it, kinda like with me, im not even too sure of my own advice sometimes so im not puttin my real name so ya hunt me down if / when it goes wrong ! lol
actual name is Neil, but its fun when you folk call me John ha ha
|Area 51||05/04/2012 13:49:18|
|653 forum posts|
Where I reside and need to defend the contents and actions in the holy room.. (shed)
We're all in Sunny deepest Cheshire..
It is also the birth place of the term, plausible deniability.... Simples.
|Phil May||05/04/2012 14:00:52|
1520 forum posts
Big & Phil...........says it all
660 forum posts
Abbreviation of Alexander, my given name!
|Steve W-O||05/04/2012 14:05:29|
|2775 forum posts|
Very boring I'm afraid, I have a double surname, and the W-O are the first letters of each half of my surname.
Sorry to disappoint
235 forum posts
My mum came up with mine just as I was born so I thought i'd better stick with it
874 forum posts
aahhhh... My images of people scattering when you arrive has just been shot down in flames.. LOL..
Eck from Alexander... I did wander..
|Martyn Johnston||05/04/2012 14:20:30|
811 forum posts
Never saw the point of the modern, trendy idea of using a nickname.
If I wrote someone a letter I'd use my real name; why is this interweb stuff any different?
1418 forum posts
Lets just say I'm a slow learner!
|Allan Bowker||05/04/2012 15:20:57|
1633 forum posts
Just my name
Nice thread idea though Chrisie
|Romeo Whisky||05/04/2012 15:35:39|
|724 forum posts|
The initials of my First name and Surname, but also, by coincidence, the call-sign of the Chipmunk I learnt to fly on many many many years ago ... ! (Which is still flying and now based in Scotland).
And more recently ...
PS. I have no connection with this aircraft now. Just distant memories!
|Andy Green||05/04/2012 15:48:04|
2279 forum posts
My parents came up with mine. I've just shortened it a bit.
|Devon Flyer||05/04/2012 15:52:29|
|622 forum posts|
I'm from Birmingham and I ride a bike.............................................
|Josip Vrandecic -Mes||05/04/2012 15:58:09|
2993 forum posts
Why a movie stars have a "beautiful "names?....possible that these changed and chosen new names ,are easier to remember and much more melodiously.
Something similar happened with the names of people who lived behind the Iron Curtain.Most of us have hardly pronounceable names (of course, from the English language point of view.) .All was well until I arrived on the best forum ever (RCM&E) few years ago....I had to subtract one letter "s",
because my nick name Mess(Jazz Messengers Band) denotes bad thing...lol....Human vanity is so unpredictable....
hence I agree with Mr.Martyn Johnston
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