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A cool nickname

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by wilson brother, Oct 30, 2006.

  1. wilson brother

    wilson brother Well-Known Member

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    The Dude was a very "go with the flow" type guy. I doubt he had the ambition to create the name for himself, nor did he posses the arrogance to demand that everyone call him "The Dude." I can see an A-type, Ivy Leaguer, doing this though.

    Hey Brasky,

    Maybe you don't know the Dude so well [​IMG] because he told Jeffrey Lebowski to call him the Dude many times..

    I like to go with the flow also and even made a topic about it here [​IMG]



    -Danny Wilson
     
  2. Alter

    Alter Well-Known Member

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    Hey Brasky,

    Maybe you don't know the Dude so well [​IMG] because he told Jeffrey Lebowski to call him the Dude many times..

    I like to go with the flow also and even made a topic about it here [​IMG]



    -Danny Wilson


    You do realize that The Dude is actually a character in a film and not a real person, right?
     
  3. wilson brother

    wilson brother Well-Known Member

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    You do realize that The Dude is actually a character in a film and not a real person, right?

    Well the Dude might just be a character from a film but the Guy isn't [​IMG]



    -Danny Wilson
     
  4. Thomas

    Thomas Well-Known Member

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    Sometimes you can't wait for others to make your own dream come true..[​IMG] i've just learned this recently.

    I think i'll send an email to all my friends requesting to only call me the Guy from now [​IMG] ..but you can still call me Danny [​IMG]
    -Danny Wilson


    ...mr. the-guy-who-names-himself, I will just comment that while I admire your willingness and gumption to make your own dream come true, I also would say that if being called 'the guy' is your big dream, I suspect you've got bigger thing(s) in store for you and should aim higher with your dream(s).
     
  5. FLMountainMan

    FLMountainMan Well-Known Member

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    Mine have all come from sports team participation and spread from there:

    Bones - from football, still sticks, I have always been really skinny
    White Shadow (later deteriorated into "Whitey") - HS basketball team nickname
    Dirt - from college basketball team, as in "older than", at 23, I was three to five years older than everyone else.
    Also was called Hose by a big circle of non-athlete friends in college - from a loud, complimentary reference my drunken ex-girlfriend made at a party. [​IMG]

    Of all these, I obviously wish that "Hose" had stayed.[​IMG]

    A teammate of mine, incidentally, had what I thought to be the coolest nickname - "The Colonel". It was an A-Team reference, his last name was "Decker".
     
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    lawyerdad Well-Known Member

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    A teammate of mine, incidentally, had what I thought to be the coolest nickname - "The Colonel". It was an A-Team reference, his last name was "Decker".

    An A-team nickname. I pity the fool.
     
  7. wilson brother

    wilson brother Well-Known Member

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    ...mr. the-guy-who-names-himself, I will just comment that while I admire your willingness and gumption to make your own dream come true, I also would say that if being called 'the guy' is your big dream, I suspect you've got bigger thing(s) in store for you and should aim higher with your dream(s).

    Hi Thomas-

    I wouldnt say this is my big dream..so dont worry. I have many others where that came from [​IMG]

    as for gumption I hope you are not refering to Forrest Gump [​IMG]




    -Danny Wilson
     
  8. Ivan Kipling

    Ivan Kipling Well-Known Member

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    Mine is . . . 'Sweet - Talker.' I like that.[​IMG]
     
  9. Tyto

    Tyto Well-Known Member

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    You do realize that The Dude is actually a character in a film and not a real person, right?

    Actually, he *is* a real person: the movie was the Coen brothers' homage to him.
     
  10. Thomas

    Thomas Well-Known Member

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    Hi Thomas-

    I wouldnt say this is my big dream..so dont worry. I have many others where that came from [​IMG]

    as for gumption I hope you are not refering to Forrest Gump [​IMG]
    -Danny Wilson


    Glad to hear there are more dreams in the pipeline.

    As for gumption, that is NOT a reference to Forrest...

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/gumption
     
  11. ts4them

    ts4them Well-Known Member

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    Well the Dude might just be a character from a film but the Guy isn't [​IMG]

    -Danny Wilson

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] good one!
     
  12. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Well-Known Member

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    my girlfriend used to call me girth brooks
     
  13. MOCAZEN

    MOCAZEN Well-Known Member

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    3 nickanames that I've had since h.s.

    c0ck-i loathe this one
    moco
    the jew
     
  14. cmrocks

    cmrocks Well-Known Member

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    All throughout highschool, pretty much everyone called me Mooney which is my last name. I guess it's not really a nickname but that is what I was known by for a while.
     
  15. FLMountainMan

    FLMountainMan Well-Known Member

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    Mine was always Bones, due to my skinny physique. Most of the guys who called me that haven't seen their dick in five years.
     
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    GREAT necropoast!!!
     
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  17. CDFS

    CDFS Well-Known Member

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    Especially since he already posted his tree nicks.

    By the way, A couple of the Americans I met were curious as to my nicknames and wanted to call me Mr. T or T-bone, I'm guessing the stories behind Thomas' nicks are that he also has a name that starts with a T.

    - T-Bone
     
  18. Das Gaus

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    I knew a guy that told everyone to call him Brody for like 5-6 months. He was a tool and we all sure did laugh at him.
     
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