Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Benjamin Strange, May 3, 2004.
Real names! All the cool kids are doing it.
This has been a trend before. Eitherway, I have my reasons for not using my real name, namely that I'm not cool
Who are you? New here?
Tch not you too Basstriax! *coughbahcough* My user is my real name backwards. Crazy, huh?
Kief Nilsson's a pretty cool name, as names go.
i am using part of my name, my last name is clayton
No you can't, but you did get my first name right, which is commendable, most people seem to think it's Keif.
I have it floating around somewhere from the Reza clip I stole from your sig a while back (which is uber cool), but I couldn't be arsed to go look for it. Maybe later.
wow! I totally forgot about that, awesome, it's still hosted too! alright
except for that ****ty beginning, I think it turned out pretty good.
A dam B arkley
it the same as my aol screen name. Added 000 back then, because Abark was taken, kept it since
I can't use my real name or else, I never seem to get hooked-up with the sweeties for some crazy reason!
Since I really re-inspired this trend, I take full responsibility for being the coolest.
That's a different one that you had in the sig, lots more "woo!" and "yeah!" this time! Still groovy though.
Edit: Bejaysus, at 4:00 it turns very Trad Irish for a few secs!
Pffft...I didn't have to steal my copy of Reza...Kief gave me a copy on CD in person.
I use half my name. Damn, I'll never be as cool as the rest of you.
Well! I think I'll just go jump off a cliff into the sea... so I can swim over to wherever Kief is and ask him for a copy.
On second thought, no, I won't.
What makes you think "Phat Basstard" isn't my real name?
PS. Why is this smilie labeled "Embarassment"?
Wouldn't "Boredom" or "Couldn't Care Less" be a better designation?
I always thought was for embarrasment.
(Geez, I must be bored. )
Wow. I didn't know I was cool.
I guess some of us have just been cool all along
Join Us! Join Us!
Waaay ahead of the curve on this one, Benji.