jkisha wrote:I don't think I'd want to be named by some random stranger. (But that might also depend if I liked the name he came up with or not.)
Well, ok then, Squire.
trilobyte wrote:No to being given a playa name this year or in years past. I got the name from a homicidal fossil that nearly did me in on some glacier 13 years ago. Fortunately he wasn't successful (and has since changed his ways, he now hangs out on my desk), and when prompted for a username on some online thing shortly after I changed the i to a y in an failed attempt to seem clever. When I moved from New York to California it became a nickname offline among my new friends, and has since just become the name I go by.
a woman who drives a trike and lives in a super cool artist community in the desert....
delle wrote:"Kickstand" or "Zipper"
Random people would yell these names at me outta nowhere as I wended my way thru the city.
Both apparently were often down when they should have been up.
I like them both tho.
Savannah wrote:I like "Zipper" better of the two options. It's fast, active, could be naughty, doesn't have to be.
I like it better, too. It sounds smoother than 'Kickstand', and besides, another of our sisters has a wonderful cat named Zipper!
Inko Gnito wrote:delle wrote:"Kickstand" or "Zipper" Random people would yell these names at me outta nowhere as I wended my way thru the city.
Hehe! My name is "Lights" then!
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