Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Caneman, Jan 15, 2013.
Oh you tw!! I nearly pissed myself watching this. Awesome love it. Great find.
People keep calling me Dolf Lundgren. Or whatever that guys name is.
Other than 'Brucey' which is just the Aussie play on last names thing, the only nickname that's ever stuck is 'Oldschool', given to me by the kids at the skate park where my boy and I go. When they saw my collection of Powell Peralta decks from the 80's and me, a dad, getting out there on the park and doing my thing, one of the kids laughed at how 'old' my tricks were. Next thing I know I'm walking around town and teenagers are nodding at me and saying "What up Oldschool". Before I knew it, everyone in the whole damn town started calling me it.
Really Hmm. So What up Oldschool?
I shall christen thee - 'Pudding'
I'll give everyone a while to puzzle that one and then say why I reckon it fits
Mine is The Meat Tug Toner
It's weird seeing teenagers in a small country town walking around with their jeans around their knees, trying to talk like their from the 'hood'.
I used to be really foul mouthed and crude when people used to upset me. I used to reply Feck off when they said something I didn't like, but since I have taken elocution lessons, now, I usually respond with that's nice.
Yay Mrs Brown!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was wondering if any one would get this, or anyone been following this fantastic comedy.
Might be my favorite movie of all time... GOOD ONE! No pun intended.
High School: Skywalker/Vader (I know right? I think it was the black overcoat).
Lazer-Tag: The Jungle. We'd have entire parties where nobody knew each others names. We'd call each others houses (back before cell-phones), and people would ask my mother if The Jungle was home.
College: SATAN. This was at a Christian college my parents wanted me to go to. I remember one time meeting a bunch of new people and some guy goes "Wait, you're that Satan guy? You're such a nice person though!"
Different College: Salt-Lick/Salty. This was from one hell of a party.
From multiple girlfriends: Kitten. I have had girls fight over who gets to call me Kitten. Also, girls are crazy.
From street friends: Teach.
Convention friends (I'm not an anime fan, but I help out at one and have a lot of friends from there): Dainty. This happened after I was called to drive and help out a convention head in a different state. I didn't have a place to sleep, so some people said I could stay in their room. It was a single. It already had 20 people in it. I was picking up the chips and trash off the floor to carve out a small space for my sleeping bag. Apparently, I looked a little like I was scared, and the nickname was born. It is probably the biggest nickname I currently have.
Also, I've written books about the Dainty character I came up with after that. They are children's books that are definitely not for children.
Places that know me from the internet: Dagon. Obviously. And this is a nickname I've had from that since the internet age was born.
I'll probably remember some others later.
I know it is wrong... but I want to punch every one of them ALMOST as much as "guys" who wear "skinny jeans".
Mine is: "Your fun!"
a nickname givin to me at one point by coworkers was Jimmy Neutron", they said i looked like the cartoon character, they called me Neutron to shorten it up, it stuck for many many years.
When they saw my robo unicorn that danced and flew around to Soundtracks and crapped out pop tarts... they were convinced.
Too bad you aren't a Judo guy, Judah... might just be a backwoods Southern style pronunciation... my name is my art and all... but savate messes that all up.
Nice... another one I have been given that stuck for about 10 years... was Buzz Lightyear.
Nah, I don't know if the slang is the same in the US, but what I get the urge to do is give them a really good wedgie
If only those guys knew the story behind those jeans around the knees. I bet they wouldn't wear them that way then.
The ones I can think of are Scooby, Edge, and Coach. Oh, and Chuck Norris! Almost forgot that one.
I'm partial to "cool story, bro". You can use it for so much!
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