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Eevee is a Pokemon, it's a screen name I use quite a bit on the Internet. My name is Emma so the 'e' sound initial works, and they're an absolutely adorable little creature. Plus they can become almost anything with the right input and transform in awesome ways, so I stuck with it!

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Mine is my first name middle and last initial and my high school jersey number. I think it was my first AIM messenger screen name so just to keep things consistent and easy to remember I've continued to use it.

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I have a Tigger tattoo also! Tigger makes me happy.

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oofda, talk about boring explanation--I am a girl. From Iowa.

I finally got around to taking a pic of ol' Tigger. Not exactly my best photo work.

When I walk or ride, the muscle movement makes him give a little pelvic thrust!

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A few friends started calling me omelette after a discussion about the umlaut in my last name (which is German and a bit of a pain in the butt spelling-wise because people think they can just leave out the dots above the vowel but that is plain wrong!). Anyway...umlaut...omelette...omeletta....there you go.

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A name that a Senior Chief called me back when I was a youngster in the Navy...due to my uncanny mutant like ability to evaporate into thin air when working parties we're in progress! Lol

You too? I learned to walk around with a rag wiping my tools off like I had just finished a big job. They called me Nate the Skate.

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On a punk/hardcore forum I posted on way back in college, all the dudes who grew up and went to shows in Philly were all uppity about kids from the suburbs going to shows and how "they just didn't understand hardcore" or "didn't really represent Philly" or whatever. I thought it was corny and registered the username suburbanxcore. It's been like 12-13 years now and it's my name for most anything digital.

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mine is simply my name. I'm not clever enough to think of something interesting.

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mine is simply my name. I'm not clever enough to think of something interesting.

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mine is simply my name. I'm not clever enough to think of something interesting.

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21stNow is a username that I use on the forums about cell phones that I participate in. I've had a smartphone since 2007, but didn't feel like I had arrived in the 21st century until I got my iPhone 4. I started on the forums then and picked a shortened version of "I'm in the 21st Century now" as my username.

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Well mine is super exciting.

I like the Inked magazines, and I have tattoos and I'm a Mum... so yeah... InkedMumma it is.

Like I said, super exciting.

could be worse. My first Instagram name was AngryVagina purely because every real combo of my real name was taken and I was just plain pissed off by the end.

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