So today I was thinking about usernames and was just wondering how everyone came up with theirs and if there is any special meaning behind them?
I came up with mine before I discovered BT and in the most boring way possible haha. It's just my first initial and last name.
Note: I saw a topic on this but it was from 2011 and only a few people posted lol so I thought this might be fun to bring up again.
I came up with mine when i was like 3 (it is pronounced ñunka,like in piña-colada, not "n-hunka") it means "little one"
So i have been using mine ever since i was three
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A friend in high-school was shortening everyones names and we realized mine was a character from Dexter's Laboratory, ironically I am now a chemist so I feel it's quite fitting
Welllll, I was getting kinda desperate and worried because you can't change the username and finally decided on a two-word description of one of my signature lipsticks: Clinique's Bamboo Pink
Well, mine's not very interesting, but Tracy is my actual name, and, obviously, I'm a girl. lol. But, the 64 is because my grandpa passed away at the age of 64 and that is a way of me remembering him.
My everyday nickname is Mimi, hated as a child but I like it now. Unfortunately, my Japanese friends delighted in telling me 'mimi' means 'ear' so I added 'bel', later changing it in my dot net to 'elle', so Mimibel or Mimielle.
But I answer to 'oh hey there's cake' too.
i think vanilla smells nice.
I didn't know I was picking a name for a forum when sephora asked me for the name, though. I probably would've picked something else, had I known.
my username came from my best friend of nine years and I were signing up for something and it asked for a username so I said that we both love London and she said 101 so that's how it was created
Ever since I was little, I've enjoyed editing and correcting punctuation/spelling mistakes (though I'm sure I make plenty of my own mistakes!). I remember when I was little, I got an invitation to another kid's birthday party. As I read the invitation with my mom, I corrected the spelling mistakes. Eventually, someone told me I was a "punctuation freak." I thought punctuation geek sounded better