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greenleaf
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Karma: 8/9
379 Posts


Ha

I would rather let my nicknames die unsaid

Posted on 2007-02-01 at 07:50:02.

Lyskhala
Kohai
Karma: 80/28
3600 Posts


ROFLMAO

"OLD SPICE"
That's hilarious!

No C, my name isn't Judith...just "Judy"
I've always hated my name...but what can ya do?

LSD...you DO have a nickname...it's LSD!!

Grugg...why am I not surprised?

Green...c'mon now, share 'em

Eol...wha????? I never knew you had all those nicknames!

Posted on 2007-02-01 at 12:48:07.

Lyskhala
Kohai
Karma: 80/28
3600 Posts


I forgot...

"Kohai" (more of a title actually) (Eol)

Eol has another one also..."Sempai"

Posted on 2007-02-01 at 13:03:20.

Eol Fefalas
Witless Protection
RDI Staff
Karma: 427/28
6520 Posts


Yep... and that's the short list

If I listed all the nicknames that have ever "stuck to me" for any length of time, we'd be here for days!

Just realized that I forgot to answer the pet question, too:

Have a Chow/Sharpei mix named Ollie (he's a big doofus of a dog but nobody comes into my house/yard uninvited) and a Tuxedo-wearing cat named Domino.

Posted on 2007-02-01 at 13:33:35.

Lyskhala
Kohai
Karma: 80/28
3600 Posts


just posting to keep my count up

I must always keep my Count up

bleh bleh bleh...I vant to dreenk your bludddd

Posted on 2007-02-01 at 19:45:08.

Grugg
ALL THE GAMES
RDI Staff
Karma: 340/190
6034 Posts


asfd

L...shame...we do spam...but never just to spam...shame...


*returns to the Spammers Moral Bible*

Posted on 2007-02-02 at 00:59:07.

Rystefn K'ryll
Original Palassassin
Karma: 66/191
544 Posts


Names

Of course, there's Rystefn, and The Original Palassassin, you all know that already. Also: Ryst, RK, Rysty, K, and K'ryll.

In the world of video games, I'm called Rev II (if you call me The Rev, she will annihilate you. Trust me).

In a certain circle of swordplay, I gained early on the unfortunate nickname of Bloody Bob, from my inability to ignore the flagrantly illegal centerline face shot (comes of being trained to a more universal style). Lots of bloodied lips and noses. It's become something of a badge of honor.

Also, there's some sort of urban legend floating around that I purr, so it's more than a few who call me cat, or some variation thereof.

Posted on 2007-02-02 at 02:27:42.

Celedwe
RDI Fixture
Karma: 29/17
1229 Posts


hmm...

who wants to be called sensai?

Posted on 2007-02-02 at 02:29:55.

Grugg
ALL THE GAMES
RDI Staff
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6034 Posts


lasfd

The sensai does.


And ryst...you purr? WTF!?

Posted on 2007-02-02 at 02:42:02.

Alacrity
The Tired
RDI Staff
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6034 Posts


Here's a question for you all

Inspired by something Lyskhala said....

What book or series of books made you really like reading? Or inspired you the most?

The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant were my first series that brought me into the world of reading. It was so different compared to the umpteen LOTR copies at the time.

Most inspirational for me would be V for Vendetta, The Time Traveller's Wife, The Lovely Bones, A Tapestry of Magics, and The Torturer Series by Gene Wolfe (Offical title escapes me).



Posted on 2007-02-02 at 03:55:46.

Celedwe
RDI Fixture
Karma: 29/17
1229 Posts


Well, I answered this in another thread, but

HARRY POTTER turned me from the worst reader in my class to the best reader who could remember everything down to the last detail in my second grade class...
i didn't read LOTR until 4th grade
still, HP sort of triggered the english side of me into action, and since then my academic life flipped
and i decided that math wasn't that great after all and instead put all my effort into the GREAT ESSAY of english and expos...
now, i try to balance it out

Most inspirational:
Lord of the Rings- you got some of the greatest battles in history there
The Goose Girl and Enna Burning- i don't know if you guys have read these, but they're really good
Eragon- made me realize "if i want to make the guiness world book of records for youngest writer of a bestseller, then i have got to beat this guy" (i still have 6 years... we'll see if i make it or not)


Posted on 2007-02-02 at 04:25:23.

Admiral
I'm doing SCIENCE!
RDI Staff
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1835 Posts


...

Goosebumps


Hey it got a techy nine-year-old me reading. I haven't read a recreational book since they ended the series.

Posted on 2007-02-02 at 04:37:11.

Rystefn K'ryll
Original Palassassin
Karma: 66/191
544 Posts


Books

First: I do NOT purr. It's an urban legend. Ask Cass... whatever she says is a bald-faced lie.

Second, I've always been a reader. I literally cannot remember a time when I didn't read incessantly. Early influences: heavily Asimov and Tolkien. In my teenage years, more and more Heinlein. Of course Lovecraft. That should go without saying. Wells. Verne. Shelly. Byron. Things of that nature.

Posted on 2007-02-02 at 04:50:53.

Celedwe
RDI Fixture
Karma: 29/17
1229 Posts


bathawraea

YOU READ BYRON AND SHELLY?
wow, that's hard to imagine
you don't seem like it
who knows
you're the future president
whatever you say

Posted on 2007-02-02 at 05:03:05.

greenleaf
Resident
Karma: 8/9
379 Posts


,,,,

I would share nickname, but I have forgotten them.

Harry Potter is what my kid used to like.

I used to read only SF untill I mistakenly ordered the LOTR when I was 16.

I did like some books on TC's wild magic.

And then there was ** shameless plug ** Wheel of Time !!!!!

Now I just read the stuff at RDI!


Posted on 2007-02-02 at 08:23:01.
Edited on 2007-02-02 at 08:32:55 by greenleaf

   


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