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#37 doopypeanut



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Posted 29 September 2011 - 07:23 PM

I came up with doopypeanut when I was eating peanuts one day and I wanted to make a new username. I put doopy next to it because I was tired and lightheaded. LOL
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#38 Boinker


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Posted 29 September 2011 - 07:52 PM

Our shop foreman was sitting outside smoking when I rolled up from lunch with a blond and he asked what i did. I told hime well that is my girlfriend. He said "now Bowker you know..... You know your names Boinker from now on". And its been that ever sense.

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 08:10 PM

For me very simple, has been my username for almost everything I make an account with..

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 08:30 PM

From some song by some crappy band I used to listen to. I need a new one, I hate this damn thing :P

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 09:19 PM

From some song by some crappy band I used to listen to. I need a new one, I hate this damn thing :P

Any suggestions?

I think you should change your name to SunflowerRuler! :thumbsup:

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 10:08 PM

I think you should change your name to SunflowerRuler! :thumbsup:

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Posted 30 September 2011 - 12:18 AM

playing star wars battlefront 2 on the psp. my brothers profile was goatiepoo, dunno where from, so i took stubblepoo. and it stuck.

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Posted 30 September 2011 - 03:25 AM

The Computer Ed nick came from trying to find a show persona that would not incur the wraith of the Bible Belt. Originally, many years ago I was referred to on air as Computer Satan. There is a long story there, will save for Dabe and the guys when I see them at CES. The local programming manager at the time thought Computer Ed sounded cool. It played off my real name and was a play of sorts like Physical Ed, since part of the show is teaching others about PCs.

:popcorn: However for a long time I was known, and still am to an extent by another name online for gaming, Mopar (or Mopar63). The story there goes back to my days in the Navy, specifically Submarine School. My last name is Crisler but is often misprounced as Chrysler. Every day he would refer to me as Chrysler and I would correct him. This went on for a week and I started to get a little upset by this, I felt he was slighting me. Our insdtructer, a Chief Torpedoesman, was very good natured and we all ribbed each other him during class all the time so I did not think when I spoke. He called Chrysler and I ignored him. He called again and made a comment about me day dreaming. I then looked up and said, "I'm sorry where you calling on me? I was not sure becuase you see my name is not Chrysler it is Crisler and I have told you that a few dozen times. I figured there was no way you could be dumb enough to not have gotten it by now so i assumed there was a Chrysler in the class and I was waiting for him to answer."

Yes I was 18 and STUPID!

Luckily the Chief had a sense of humor and started laughing at me. He smiled and said, "Fair enough son, lets just make this easy, you are now Mopar."

Now you hear how gossip travels faster than light, well it is true. By the end of the day EVERYONE on the base was calling me Mopar. To make it worse when I fot to my boat in California, a month later I was greeted as Mopar. Now Iwear the name with pride :cheers:

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Posted 30 September 2011 - 04:39 AM

came up with this screen name for tabcrawler.com back in 99 and have used it ever since. I love stratocasters = i_luv_strats

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Posted 30 September 2011 - 01:29 PM

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Posted 30 September 2011 - 04:17 PM

Mine isn't too complicated...

Waco helped me put together my first build a couple of years ago -- I had to pick a name for her when we installed windows, so I had to come up with something. My case had blue lights -- so there's Blue... and Panda rhymes with Amanda...(Amanda Panda) so BluePanda... there it is. It's my computer name and my handle for nearly everything now. :cheers:

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Posted 30 September 2011 - 04:26 PM

Mine isn't too complicated...

Waco helped me put together my first build a couple of years ago -- I had to pick a name for her when we installed windows, so I had to come up with something. My case had blue lights -- so there's Blue... and Panda rhymes with Amanda...(Amanda Panda) so BluePanda... there it is. It's my computer name and my handle for nearly everything now. :cheers:

If I even get the chance to meet you I will call you Amanda Panda, if only because I do not want to try to pronounce your last name. At least not until I've heard it said properly.

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