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Posted: 2/27/2006 3:19:02 PM EST
Ever get stuck with a nickname beyond your control? Or people just screw with your name? My favs:

hey "tom-tom" hehehehe snicker (you know the commercials?)
yo, Thom-ASS !
what up tommygun...
hey T-bone.
Tom...huh...is that short for Thomas? (a little piece of my soul dies everytime I hear that one)
I like to do this one when they post up our names at work for whatever reason just walk by and do a double take then say "No, no boys-theres ONE "o" in TOM...then walk away. You know Top Gun, two o's in goose....aww forget it guess its not that funny. Any way.....NEXT FOLKS: I know you all have some good ones....
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Bam-Bam and Swiggin'-Wigen.
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Over the years (I need new friends):

Ranger Whitey.
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Two of my friends give each other and almost every other one of their friends random nicknames about every month or so.
Of course the person has no control over these decisions, chances are did nothing in any way remotely related to the chosen name.

The most recent one given to me that I remember is Quivivus....because they got drunk and watched Tombstone. The priest says it in a prayer or somethign to Doc Holiday in the end.
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I may regret this, but I am Fifi.
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Never had one.
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Too many to list.
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I have a friend names Thomas who is regularly called Toe-Moss.

The strangest one for me was from my brother when we were little. He always called me Nort.
After we grew up (subjective term) I asked him what it meant, and how he came up with it, and he said he had no idea. It just seemed to fit.
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"Dipshit", "motherfucker", "incompetent", "shut the fuck up" and "You're failing my class"
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Originally Posted By MT-Gun-Nut:

That's a great comedy bit!
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Originally Posted By Studdermonkey:
"Dipshit", "motherfucker", "incompetent", "shut the fuck up" and "You're failing my class"

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Chissy, Baby Bird (WTF),Smurf,Sig, theres more but I dont really want to tell you those.
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"Hone" as in sharpening a knife. Back in the day of boy scouts, we were given a "tote & chip" card that allowed us to carry a knife. I had several knives and actually spent time sharpening the knives with a stone I received from a granddad.

As an aside. most of the knives I owned at the time were gifts from relatives, including a USMC blade from a deceased family member (the knife was stored at my parent's house when I was in college, and for whatever reason that knife, and several others were lost and never found).

Similar to this knife, but my memory doesn't have the blade as being dark but more of a rusty iron type of thing.

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They call me Torch
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Dirk Diggler

Oh, you mean a nickname that someoneles gives ya?
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sam you hell
sam you ell
samir al leman
batman ( don't ask )
repeat ( my brother is Pete )
the man in black
johnny cash
sam the clause ( santa claus )
Uncle Sam
sam the man
sasha ( a play on my initials sja )

These are the ones I can think of. There are probably more... There are a few more that
I don't answer to, and don't care to publish.
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there's a guy working on the rig that everyone calls "blade"

he somehow managed to slice his hand wide open with a razor blade...and well, people out here have a strange sense of humor.
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One day my platoon SGT realized that my initials were TD, so TD turned into Touch Down. And I was not very athletic so when people asked how I got the nick name, everyone said it was because I had a touch of down syndrome
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The ladies call me long-dong
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WEll, I got labelled "duck" by a former manager...who later became my best friend (and best man at my wedding)... He went from Roger.... to Roger dodger, to Duck Dodgers, to just plain "Duck".

It is not uncommon for him to answer his phone when I call by saying "Quack".

He has been labeled "Crash"...not as in Bandicoot, but as in crashing his new 1 week old explorer and wreaking it AND the boat he was towing.

Then we had another guy "Hyper"....simply cause he was.....(and still is).

Of course there was "Verb".... real name Pete, short for Peter, as a definition of Peter is one who Petes...and would be a verb as it is an action.

No Expert
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My dad always called me Tomahawk. Most people still call me Tom but only a few very special people call me Tommy. I've been called every variant there is to Tom, Tommy & Thomas.
Gets a little tiresome after a while.
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snowey da clown
plus a few others
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Not me. My friend Erik got a really funny one, "The Human Jenny", because his personality is so much like his Golden Retriever, Jenny's. Super-friendly and eager to please.

We called this one dude we played paintball with Splash after he crashed his ATV into a lake.
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I've had the nickname so long that my sister-in-law, that I met over 60 years ago, was stumped a few weeks ago when she had to write down my name as a beneficiary for a bank account she was opening.z
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DOC, Marines gave me that one and I will respond to it over my own name.

Really confuses new troops, I am now an MP, but some of the older crowd still call me "Doc"

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i too, am a Thomas.

i prefer tommy.

if you're a good looking woman, and you call me by my middle name, Jasper, i melt.

the rest of you can call me what you want...
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When i used to work at a comic book shop everyone called me Tank, as in Tank Girl. I never minded it cause I really love tanks
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funkmaster flex
the funk
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beckett after we watched that movie sniper...............and hitler.
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Sharkbait or Flounder (animal House), depending on what co-worker i'm working with

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Pretty Man
Xandir (after the character from Drawn Together, Alexander just so happens to be my name too.)
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Tank Girl? Concrete Brunette? I'm intrigued...

I'm guessing you're a Concrete Blonde fan?

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obtained in September of 1994 and officially adopted as the common name known to all outside of immediate family and work.
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Rotten Bastard
The Don
The Right Reverend XXXXXX
The Chief
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cooter, and or cooter box.
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Lets see....

Ron Halford (dont ask),
and a few others.
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Originally Posted By Midnight-Sniper:

Originally Posted By MT-Gun-Nut:

That's a great comedy bit!

"I don't know how many of them bouncers it woulda took to whipped my ass, but I knowed how many they was gonna use!"
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