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MollyFan2K2
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Since: 26.6.02
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#81 Posted on
Well, I love Molly, so I suppose I am a Molly Fan. The 2K2 is this year and I wanted to add something to the end that sounded cool. A little one-dimensional in hindsight, but I still like it.

I also go by AnimeLordKefka almost everywhere else, which is a tribute to anime and the coolest FF villain, Kefka.



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Since: 3.1.02
From: Northern NJ

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#82 Posted on

    Originally posted by Parts Unknown
    Wow...I always thought it was a reference to "Pass the Dutchie," that weird reggae song from the 80s with veiled pot-smoking references galore...which, ironically, was sang by a bunch of children.

    I thought you were alluding to your affinity for DE WEED.



"Pass the Dutchie" was actually a remake of the reggae song "Pass the Koochie" in which the reference is not veiled at all - in fact, I have it on good authority that it was the song that Rasheed Wallace and Damon Stoudamire were listening to in the car the other day when they got busted.....



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jfkfc
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#83 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.87
A few years ago, I came across this site which had a random band-name generator (just stumbled onto the site, not because I needed a band name), and one of the ones that came up was JFKFC. I guess the guy who thought of it made it as a take off on KMFDM. I just thought it sounded funny, but then again, I thought "Hot to Trot" with Bobcat Goldthwaite was hilarious. I just found out recently that there is actually at least one band named JFKFC, although I have never heard them...

Band Name Generator




(edited by jfkfc on 27.11.02 1147)


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Since: 11.1.02
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#84 Posted on

    Originally posted by jfkfc
    A few years ago, I came across this site which had a random band-name generator (just stumbled onto the site, not because I needed a band name), and one of the ones that came up was JFKFC. I guess the guy who thought of it made it as a take off on KMFDM. I just thought it sounded funny, but then again, I thought "Hot to Trot" with Bobcat Goldthwaite was hilarious. I just found out recently that there is actually at least one band named JFKFC, although I have never heard them...

    Band Name Generator




    (edited by jfkfc on 27.11.02 1147)



There's also a reference to JFKFC as a band name in Dave Eggers' "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius."



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#85 Posted on
Plain and simple -- my love for Japanese food.



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Since: 21.2.02
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#86 Posted on
Jkyle.com says:


    Originally posted by spf2119

      Originally posted by Teapot
      I was on the academic team in high school, and we were looking at names of French painters. One of the other guys on the team remarked that Henri de Tolouse-Lautrec had the nickname of "Teapot" because he was very short and suffered from priapism, which is a painful and extreme enlargement of the, er, "daddy part."


    ACADEMIC TEAM MEMBERS OF THE WORLD UNITE! Sorry, I still remember being picked on for being part of that group in high school. Esp. by the football team guys who were pissed off that I chose to do that over going out for the football team

Am I the only person on the board who's been kicked off an Academic Team over a violent act?





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*click*
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Since: 20.9.02
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#87 Posted on
I *was* once booted from the math league, but that was for truancy and impudence. Hard to believe *I'd* be impudent, but, there you have it.



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#88 Posted on
Math Team~!

God, that's my only claim to fame... my life is a joke.



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#89 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.08
Mine is a straight up CRZism that's stuck with me ever since 99. Shane Spear itself has actually become a big enough second name for me that I actually get junk mail under that name frequently now.

I even got what I like to think is a shoutout from Z once.




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that1870sguy
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#90 Posted on
When Mike Awesome became "That '70s guy", my friend and I imagined if the WWE did that to their own ECW imports, what the results would be. We came up with Rhyno becoming "That 1870's guy." He'd basically be Wrestlecrap inductee Big Bully Busick, complete with handlebar moustauche, a derby, and the Stump Puller as his finisher. His entrance music would be Dixie, he'd come out riding a bicycle with a giant front wheel, and he would be a Southern sympathizer. We came up with more in depth angles for him, but that's for another thread. . .



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Hogan's My Dad
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Since: 8.6.02
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#91 Posted on
What a great thread idea, perhaps the best ever.
I have long been claiming this genealogical affiliation with my friends and among wrestling fans based on the coincidental commonality that one of Hogan's kids was named Nick. I had claimed it without cracking up, and when I was told I was full of it, I was amused to be watching the Tonight Show and hear him mention Nick by name. Nick being my real name. Ever since then friends have played along, and I found the board, read some kewl comments, and decided I wanted to be part of this. Though I admit, it blew up in my face once. I was stung when a girlfriend asked me "what about genetics?" To which I responded with a "huh?" and she, glancing down at my nude, diminutive genitalia smirked and replied: "I wouldn't exactly call this a python."

But then, 4.84 inches should be enough for anyone...




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-"He stands on the apron for the west-coast-pop, a cool move with a very, very homosexual name."
-"Through this felled wall we see Crash Holly lying on a table being orally pleasured by the trainer."
-"Here comes Benoit! Crisp Benoit! Why do I call him Crisp? Because everything he does is CRISPY CRISP!"
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rockdotcom_2.0
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Since: 9.1.02
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#92 Posted on
Well mine is pretty easy, Im pretty much a mark for the Rock. Hes the reason I started watching wrestling again back in 1999. Its funny now beacuse I really feel like Ive outgrown the name (can you do that?) but I cant get away from it, all my online names and log ins are a play off the Rocks name.

As for the 2.0 thing, I was just Rockdotcom on EZ board so when the Super Zim Bros picked up and moved here I became ver 2.0 of rockdotcom.Clever right? And Im still waiting for my check from Matt Hardy and/or WWE for stealing my idea.


For the record Id really like to change to a new name but I JUST made IC contender. I dont want to go back to jobber especially when they might bring the IC belt back anytime.



When a chicken in this neighborhood gets angry, it will chase you down...
haz
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Since: 2.1.02
From: Whitby, Ontario, Canada

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#93 Posted on
Simple...

haz is the first three letters of my last name.

My brothers and I were all called "haz" or "hazzy" in school.

Other places will find hazzy, some may find hazzybear, simply a combination of "hazzy" and another nickname from school "bear", seeing as I am 6'5" and 300 lbs...

Most places don't like user names that are less than a certain number of characters, so I tried to use all the possible nicknames to make names up...





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El Pescado
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Since: 3.1.02
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#94 Posted on
Back when I was in high school I was trying to get used to wearing contacts instead of glasses, unfortnately, I couldn't seem to get the hang of wearing contacts down. One day I was walking through the mall and I saw that Hot Topic was selling mexican wrestling masks. Since I couldn't wear the mask with glasses on I decided to buy it to give me a reason to get the contacts thing right. This was all around the same time Owen Hart was denying his role as The Blue Blazer.

Since I thought Owen was the greatest wrestler of all time I decided to don the mask and become an unknown luchadore who would sneak attack his friends and dazzle onlookers with his flashy moves. My friend was over one day and we were playing N64. I told him I'd be right back and left the room. I took this opportunity to put on my mask and start the fun. After my first "attack", which nearly crippled my friend with a vicious Liontamer, he questioned who I was. I hadn't really thought of a name and the first spanish word that came to my mind was fish. Therefore, El Pescado was born.

Sadly, I was demasked the next week, but everyone found the nickname El Pescado was hilarious and it stuck.



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Since: 2.1.02
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#95 Posted on
I simply thought of the stupidest most nonsensical name I could conjure up.



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dMp
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Since: 4.1.02
From: The Hague, Netherlands (Europe)

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#96 Posted on
dMp..
It stands for distorted Mind productions

Just in case I ever made it big, I obviously need some sort of production company..and what better than distorted mind.

I specialize in nonsense, some stories about my character on my favorite MUD, and some "art" work..

Do I ever expect to make it big? Nope..but dMp is a cool handle (unlike dMr..you thief! *grin*) and it is very useable in all situations.

Oh wait..I have one chance to become 'well known' as I help with UberCon, a gamecon company, doing some design for banners, shirts and other graphical stuff.
Come visit and watch for the dMp logo in online-stores near you




J. Kyle
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#97 Posted on
Jkyle.com says:


    Originally posted by dMp
    dMp..
    It stands for distorted Mind productions

    Just in case I ever made it big, I obviously need some sort of production company..and what better than distorted mind.

    I specialize in nonsense, some stories about my character on my favorite MUD, and some "art" work..

    Do I ever expect to make it big? Nope..but dMp is a cool handle (unlike dMr..you thief! *grin*) and it is very useable in all situations.

    Oh wait..I have one chance to become 'well known' as I help with UberCon, a gamecon company, doing some design for banners, shirts and other graphical stuff.
    Come visit and watch for the dMp logo in online-stores near you


And here I thought you had discovered the wonders of Ultimate MUSCLE long before any of us.





110402
Faust:the whole damn IWC needs to take themselves less seriously - and more importantly - take wrestling less seriously.
Swordsman Yen:How's this for taking wrestling less seriously? *click*
Parts Unknown
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Since: 2.1.02
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#98 Posted on

    Originally posted by AngryJohnny

      Originally posted by spf2119

        Originally posted by Teapot
        I was on the academic team in high school, and we were looking at names of French painters. One of the other guys on the team remarked that Henri de Tolouse-Lautrec had the nickname of "Teapot" because he was very short and suffered from priapism, which is a painful and extreme enlargement of the, er, "daddy part."


      ACADEMIC TEAM MEMBERS OF THE WORLD UNITE! Sorry, I still remember being picked on for being part of that group in high school. Esp. by the football team guys who were pissed off that I chose to do that over going out for the football team

    Am I the only person on the board who's been kicked off an Academic Team over a violent act?


MORE ACADEMIC TEAM NERD HIJINX~!

I was on the squad during my senior year. I was basically a scrub who substituted for the smart kids during easy matches. I'm famous among my friends for actually answering two questions correctly: I knew "chitin" and "bazooka."

True story -

We were heated rivals with an academic team from a neighboring town. Their team was full of nerds and we always suspected they were cheaters. They were so damn good, they would ring in with the answer before two words were out of the questioner's mouth! Seriously, it was like this:

Questioner: "Name two..."

*DING!

Nerd: "Teddy Roosevelt and John Adams!"

Judge: "That's correct."

It was pitiful.
Well, one day we decided to get revenge. We snuck into the room where the answer sheets were and memorized a bunch of crap. The answer to the first question was "Coronado." The team decided to let me be the smart ass who answered the question and we went back to the meet and sat at the table.

Everyone was ready.

The questioner began: "Who..."

*DING! I buzzed in and yelled "CORONADO!"

People were amazed, by god.

But unfortunately, I hadn't been recognized by the judge, so we didn't get the points, I felt like a tool.




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Whitebacon
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#99 Posted on
Mine came up as an offshoot of another nickname that was bestowed upon me my freshman year in high school. My throws coach was a large guy, and had food on his mind all of the time, and I am "blessed" with really white skin, completely unable to tan. So he started calling me white meat, and fried chicken, and various side dishes at KFC, and then ultimately KFC. One day at practice my buddy and one of the senior throwers were trying to remember what Coach Lopez had been calling me...and my buddy threw out Whitebacon, so that one kinda stuck too, and when I got AOL later that year...that is what I set my screen name as, and I've had it ever since. I think its been six years or so. The good thing is, is that I never have a problem registering this name wherever I go, so I don't have to worry about that. I even have KFC embroidered on my lettermans jacket.



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cranlsn
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Since: 18.3.02
From: Sussex, WI

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#100 Posted on

Jeez...I don't really have any neat story to go along with mine. It's just the first letters of my family's names + the last name (minus a few vowels).

After a while I just kind of liked the sound of it...kran-el-son.

At least that's how we pronounce it.

edit: God! My spelling just sucks today.

(edited by cranlsn on 29.11.02 2050)


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