Guest MrsHills

Why my name is...

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    Guest MrsHills

    I chose my site name as I spent the majority of my life in UK as.......wait for it......

    as a police officer! Get it now?

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    Guest kerfumph

    I think Porky, Dirty or Fascist Bully Boy may have been more appropriate!:D:policeman:

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    ..... Fascist Bully Boy .....

    But she's a girl!!!! LOL - see I've finally worked it out :notworthy::notworthy:

     

    I chose mine because I got accused of "hiding behind a name" when I was CatWithClaws (which I used to be as I used to have long nails and be a bit.....ermmm... catty! - Which of course, i'm not now!!!)

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    Guest needtogonow

    And I did "needtogonow" when I was back in the UK but now perhaps I should change mine to "now i am here" :err:

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    Guest kerfumph
    But she's a girl!!!! LOL - see I've finally worked it out :notworthy::notworthy:

     

     

    I did know that ( since yesterday!) but I didn't think it had quite the same 'ring' to it. I think it was a quote from 'The Young Ones'. Showing my age now!

     

    Kerfumph is just random letters that sounds like a word.

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    'The Young Ones'. Showing my age now!.....

     

    You're ok, I got a Young Ones Video from an Op Shop and my daughter and her mates think it's hilarious, so there's a whole new generation following now!

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    Guest guest569

    I suppose i'll always be a Pom as i was born in the UK. When we first moved to Australia i was Passionate about my old country and a bit patriotic. Now after 5 years i'm definately not passionate about the old country so maybe its also time for a name change.:idea:

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    Guest motlyman

    I used to be an MOT tester in the UK.

    Some of my regulars would say "can you do us a motly" which led to "where,s the motlyman".

    I should probably change it to Poolyman now!

     

    Colin

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    Guest lastboyscout

    My favourite film, and the mighty Aston Villas motto is `Prepared`, hence the name :D

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    Guest Django

    Was my nickname in the UK since I was spied sitting on the steps of a caravan playing a guitar with an injured hand. :v_SPIN:

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    Guest Scrappin' Julie

    It's been said that it's cos I like a fight... :realmad:

     

    but the "scrappin" refers to the art of Scrapbooking (definition: sticking bits of coloured paper to bits of coloured paper. A simplified summary courtesy of my friend's somewhat unimpressed husband! :skeptical: )

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    Guest KP Nuts

    K = Kim

    P = Peter

    and Nuts = never been to Oz before we got here!!!!!!!

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    Guest Django
    definition: sticking bits of coloured paper to bits of coloured paper. A simplified summary courtesy of my friend's somewhat unimpressed husband! :skeptical:

     

     

    :biglaugh: :biglaugh: :biglaugh:

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    Guest salisbury massive

    I live in Salisbury Heights but i'm not massive, i just thought it would be funny since everyone thinks the Salisbury suburbs are a dog hole - bit mafia-esque

     

    Jo

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    Well mine seems a bit obvious as my name is Tony and I was a professional boxer for 10 years, hence Boxertony - God I am so clever lol

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    Guest shed end col

    Spent most saturday afternoons in London watching Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Used to stand in the famous Shed End terrace,hence the name.

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    Guest kangomik

    Kango Jack Hammers - Given by a close friend for the speed at which I used to throw engines in and out of jet ski's.

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    Guest Guest75
    I live in Salisbury Heights but i'm not massive, i just thought it would be funny since everyone thinks the Salisbury suburbs are a dog hole - bit mafia-esque

     

    Jo

     

    :biglaugh: Jo,I remember why you came up with that name ;);)

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    Guest Guest75

    Soon as anyone hear my accent they know I'm from Yorkshire.

    So a Tyke am I :cute:

     

    Yeah,yeah, the other definition is small and mischievous;);).

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    I was Pommygirl on the other website and a friend on there nicknamed me Moosh so i decided to call myself that on this website.

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