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I must confess, I do not understand your email names; I am moopups; a name that tells you that I raise little cows to sellable age, ie moo (cows) pups (young ones). Get brave and tell us what your name means to you.........
-- mitch hearn (email@example.com), January 12, 2002
Mine can have two meanings. It is either my initials (gk) and my date of birth (6-8-54). The other is my initials again and my height (6'-8" [or so]) and my basketball jersey number I've worn through HS and college ball and since.
-- Gary in Indiana (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 12, 2002.
Okay, mine is pretty simple. When I first signed on for aol, I couldn't get clford (Christine Lynn Ford), so I ended up with cljford (Christine Lynn Jeske Ford)-Jeske being my maiden name. I considered just going with cljeske, but figured Lance might really be offended if I appeared to disinherit him after seven years of marriage and two kids! By the way, my oldest son is named Mitch! Mitchell Paul, to be exact!
-- Christine in OK (email@example.com), January 12, 2002.
My husband's friend set up email for us, so I guess he chose the email addy. I go by gibson girl because my maiden name was Gibson. (Hoot is my brother) and I have always admired the artwork of Charles Gibson and the Gibson Girls he is famous for. My car license plate is RT RN 57, for my name now, the fact that I am RN, graduated from nurses training and was married in 57.
-- gibson girl (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 12, 2002.
Last name is Calloway and I want to be a farmer. CALloway FARMer
-- Tom (Calfarm@msn.com), January 12, 2002.
Duh.........I I was the one hundred and twenty-second person named Rick to request a hotmail account.
No-one else on planet earth can now or will ever again be able to say that.
-- Rick (Rick_122@hotmail.com), January 12, 2002.
A combination of my maiden name and my married name.....
-- lesley (email@example.com), January 13, 2002.
Mornin Mitch, when I first got my computer 7 years ago, I kept thinking of names and they were rejected for all being used. I was looking out the window and saw the mistletoe growing in the tree tops and thought "why the heck not". When we moved back and I signed up with earthlink again, and I had to add a 6 to it. I guess there is a couple of other weirdos out there with me!
-- Annie (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 13, 2002.
Ardie is my nickname and the rest is part of my zip code.
-- Ardie /WI (email@example.com), January 13, 2002.
N stands for Newton, my last name. Keeper8 means that I am a keeper at home (King James for stay at home mom) and there are 8 people in my family. If, in August, I end up with twins, I won't have to change anything, I'll just say I have 8 children. Otherwise, I'll have to change the number or the meaning.
-- Cathy N. (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 13, 2002.
The area that our lone internet provider covers is so small that I got to use my regular first name, so, that seemed easiest, nicknames and "fake" names never appealed to me, jus plain ol' me.
-- Annie Miller in SE OH (email@example.com), January 13, 2002.
I used to pop up on a local radio station and was known as the Goat lady from Glendale. When I tried to register goatlady, I found that only about a gazillion were ahead of me. So I tried goatgal, same problem. Went to goatgalmjb, that's my initials. Again, someone beat me to it, so I added the 1. Hence goatgalmjb1.
-- melina b. (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 13, 2002.
Our farm is named Harper Hill Farm. We live on Harper Road and at the top of a hill. It's also our goat herd name.
-- Charleen in WNY (email@example.com), January 13, 2002.
kanogisdi is Song in Cherokee.
No, I am not a tribe member. I have blood from probably every tribe from the Southeast and every immigrant who came over in the 1600s and early 1700s to the SE [and a couple from Pennsylvania]
I had wondered about moopups. Seems that you think like my grandaughter. She [at one and a half] could't remember 'cow' and called them 'moopuppies'.
-- carol (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 13, 2002.
Hi Mitch, I was about to ask the same question!
My usual addy is simply the name of my favorite horse, she is a Kiger Mustang whose reg. name is "Kiger Vixen". Seemed logical to name her that when she was foaled, as her dam (mother) is Kiger Kitfox. To add to the story, my dh is, among other things, a pilot. He sold his plane a number of years ago and when we got into the horse business full time, he bemoaned the fact that it would likely be awhile before he had time to have another airplane. He started naming the Kigers after airplanes and related topics, stating that was probably as close as he would get to "owning" a plane. Hence we have the 2 horses already mentioned, a stallion named "Top Gun", some others are Stealth Fighter, Spitfire, Wind Dancer, Desert Storm, Klassic, Sky Star, Jet Star, etc. Dh has fun telling people he owns all these different "planes".
My alternate e-mail is Not-B-Haven, which is the name of my goat farm. I have Nubians....the name is self explanatory.....
-- Lenette (email@example.com), January 13, 2002.
I guess mine is self-explanatory;)
-- mary (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 13, 2002.
Mine is sort of a long story, but here it goes....I have had goats since I was 7 years old. When I was 13 I had a pet goat named Turd, in the winter (I was living in Massachusetts) he stayed in a horse stall in the barn, in the stall I had run an extension cord across the ceiling to hang a heat lamp from, well one morning I went out to feed him and found that he had accidently (I assume it was in accident because I did not find a suicide note) hung himself on the extension cord. Well when the other kds in the neighberhood found out about my goat hanging himself they started to call me DeadGoatMan, it was eventually shortened to GoatMan, many people still call me GoatMan. When I went to register my name with WebTV goatman was taken and I did not want to do the number thing so I went back to the origional name DeadGoatMan!
I get a lot of questions about my name and some folks get down right nasty about me having such an awful name!
-- Mark in N.C. Fla. (email@example.com), January 13, 2002.
redneckgirl is me just plain ole me and 32 was how old I was when I started my account
-- Sandy(N.E.FL.) (REDNECKGIRL32@prodigy.net), January 13, 2002.
my operating initials (BZ) from my days as an air traffic controller with the air force in the good ol' days!!
-- Tomas (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 13, 2002.
WOAH is an acronym for White Oak Acres Homestead, our farm. Mission4me.com is a web based ministry that I founded.
-- chuck in md (email@example.com), January 14, 2002.
My initials and where I work. Nothing demanding any imagination, just Joe Friday just the facts and only the facts.
-- j.r. guerra (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 14, 2002.
My fake one (created when all the viruses and spams were going around) is pretty much me...I'm crazy about cats (we have five).
-- Cat (email@example.com), January 14, 2002.
Mine comes from the kids and the "4-H Barn moms" When all the kids were in 4-H we were showing Horses, Rabbits and Poultry. The kids were talking about Horse moms, Cow moms etc, refering to all the moms in the background that help keep kids on time for showing their animals and in the right spot at the right time. Suddenly one of the kids pipes up "she's a rabbitmom too" (we were the only ones with rabbits in the horse club) and I had my name! Denise
-- Denise K. (Rabbitmom2@webbworks.com), January 14, 2002.
All I could come up with is the first initial of me(Jean), my son Adam and my husband Terry.
-- Jean in No. WI (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 14, 2002.
It just come natural as a nickname. charlie sappington
-- charlie (email@example.com), January 15, 2002.
My husband picked it. He said it's because it's pretty here where we live. I told him it's embarrassing for me because it sounds like I'm referring to myself when I use it. I guess I'm stuck with it for now- -till I learn how to change it. Which might be never because I'm not very computer literate.
-- Kari (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 15, 2002.
FINALLY! I've been waiting almost 3 years to hear Mark's explanation of his name!
-- Just Duckie (Duck@spazmail.com), January 15, 2002.
Mine is the name I am called by a friends children. My first name begins with a "T" and my last name begins with an "M" so they thought calling me "Aunt TM" sounded like "Aunty Em" from the Wizard of OZ. Just plain aunt tm was already taken so I got stuck with the underscore "_", in my name for my e-mail address.
-- Terry - NW Ohio (email@example.com), January 16, 2002.
Interesting how some of you came up with your email names! Mine is nothing exciting, account was a gift from my brother, and he tried for Janice, but I was number 12. Boring but free, so I live with it! Jan
-- Jan in Co (Janice12@aol.com), January 18, 2002.
I live in the country, my grandmothers name was Anna and I didn't want to put our outlook express email address so I got a hotmail address last year when I was 54.
These have been fun to read Mitch, thanks for thinking of it.
-- Anna in Iowa (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 19, 2002.
Real easy I was a beeman no more now. 412 first 3 digits of ss number. Had xbeeman@aol then got off and lost the original so added enough numbers so if I drop aol again I can return with my old add. Charles Steen C & C Boer Goats
-- Charles Steen (email@example.com), February 06, 2002.
Hi, everybody it's been awhile since I got over here, but Thumper is my CB handle, it's short for Bible Thumper, which is my husbands 1st nickname for me, our address is our initials.
-- Thumper/inOKC (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 06, 2002.