The Story Behind Your Username

megadeth1876

Arachnopeon
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May 28, 2021
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Something bad happened in 1876. But similar things happening now. It's about human nature. I hope everyone to know who they really are. Myself included.

By the way. I've been using this username for nearly 20 years. So that's me whether you see the username in Spanish,Britain or Chinses BBS.
 

wonderful

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Jul 17, 2021
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im sick ( spine/ head issues) and have been for a few years and one day when I was down a friend told me, “well you’re sick now but you will always be wonderful” and it stuck with me. Plus wonderful is such a wonderful word. So I now use it for everything.
 

Nicole C G

Arachnosquire
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Jun 23, 2021
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Mine is boring. It’s just my name and initials. I didn’t realize it was make a username so I just put in my name. XD
 

Arthroverts

Arachnoking
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Something bad happened in 1876. But similar things happening now. It's about human nature. I hope everyone to know who they really are. Myself included.

By the way. I've been using this username for nearly 20 years. So that's me whether you see the username in Spanish,Britain or Chinses BBS.
Are you referencing the Northern Chinese famine?

Thanks,

Arthroverts
 

ComputerDellLI

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Mar 21, 2018
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For a time, the most virus/hack infested computer in the world. Pardon the hyperbole, but it was the cyberattack capital of the world, by corporate, domestic, and foreign powers. In some irony, it was located next to the dahlia gardens which were placed in memorial of the 9/11 attacks.
 
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Westicles

Arachnopeon
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im sick ( spine/ head issues) and have been for a few years and one day when I was down a friend told me, “well you’re sick now but you will always be wonderful” and it stuck with me. Plus wonderful is such a wonderful word. So I now use it for everything.
That's a great reply!!!
 

Europus Gigantus

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Apr 6, 2021
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How I chose my name here. So, I was the worst arachnophobe ever, really. Eritagena atrica had recently invaded the Pacific Northwest. I had never seen one or even heard of them. My kids had been overnight at grandma's with their little sleeping bags. Upon their return, I took the sleeping bags to the laundry room when a spider of the size I had never seen came zooming out and vanished in an instant. I refused to go back to the laundry room, and remained on high alert, really traumatized. A week or so later, I was combing my hair, next to the laundry room, when my brother came to visit. He was waiting for me at the bottom of our stairway. As I said hello and walked down the stairs, I reached up to brush a stray hair off of my neck...and came away with a handful of spider! Sorry, spidey, I threw you a little too hard.

Tl;Dr Anyway, I did a little research but this was early 90's, and no internet, so I kind of made up the name Europus Gigantus and that's what my family has called our European Giant House Spiders ever since. And I am no longer afraid of spiders...
 

USNGunner

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Pretty straight forward and boring.

USN = United States Navy
Gunner = "Gunners Mate" in same.

I spent 20 years at a weapons and tactics guy in the finest Navy in the world. I loved my job, "Gunner" is what my friends call me. "This is the way." :rofl:
 

Arthroverts

Arachnoking
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Pretty straight forward and boring.

USN = United States Navy
Gunner = "Gunners Mate" in same.

I spent 20 years at a weapons and tactics guy in the finest Navy in the world. I loved my job, "Gunner" is what my friends call me. "This is the way." :rofl:
Boring or not, thank you for your service, it is much appreciated.

Thanks,

Arthroverts
 
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