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Your username - what does it mean?

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I can't believe How old this thread is and someone resurrected it after 2 years. It took me about 45 min. to read thru. But it was fun.

Mine is just my initials RN and year of birth, I use it for most everything so I don't have to remember too much. lol

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Definitely a cool thread resurrected! My story: My name is Eric and 'enfermero' means 'nurse' (masculine form) in Spanish. I'm not Hispanic, but I speak Spanish.

At various times I've been referred to simply as Eric, EricE, EricEnfermo (which means EricSick), and EricEnfermino (not sure what that means but I answer to anything now).

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well i thought i had already posted on this thread but i guess not. i have had the same name forever...:spin:

 

tx- because i live in texas

 

spadequeen because there were times when i needed gas/bill money so i have been noted to join up in spades tournaments and play for money. i have been playing since i was 5 but, now i just play on the internet.

 

921- means nothing . i tried to get just the name without the numbers but wouldnt you know it there is more than one spadequeen in texas...so i just picked the numbers and there you have it ....txspadequeen921

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moderator note:

edit: threads merged...

carry on :)

- roy

allnurses.com moderator

hey . . . that means i told my story twice . . .. :trout:

steph

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I could lie and say its because I live on the South Shore??!!!

I'm fond of pet names from my sweetheart. "Baby" is emphesized Bay Bay.

Call me a geek, but I love it!;) ;)

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Mine is dumb.

Don is my first name, of course.

3218 was the house number of the address I lived at when I joined AllNurses. It's old now, and everybody knows me by Don.

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My favorite singer is Neil Young and my name is the title of one of his songs (I also ride a Harley Sportster).

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Beary is from the fact that very few people at my job can pronounce my last name...so they just say Bear. Some know how to pronounce my last name but still call me Bear because they know how to get me riled up...not that I would ever get them riled up or anything....

as for the "nice" I couldn't tell you....:devil:

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My husband calls me beautiful Beth and often shortens it to "BB". I thought beautifulb was an uplifting and positive name so I chose it! I had also thought of the user name Blueeyes and Bubbles but I think they were already taken.

:nurse:

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uh, cuz i'll be an RN in the year 2007 - apparently I found on another forum yesterday we aren't supposed to have RN anywhere in our username unless we are actually an RN. But I don't see the masses of other un-RNs with RN in their username rushing to change them. So how incredibly exciting is that...? I think the meaning of my username is pretty clear. Guess I could change it to AreEhnin2007 if I were desperate, lol.

~J

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Nothing too fantastic ............. Name plus country.

For the uninitiated .......... Oz is short or slang for........ AUSTRALIA! :-)

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