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I have seen this posted on another forum and thought it was interesting.

One of my nickname's has been Pookey - like garfield's Teddy Bear, since I was a kid, and 'ism' means the 'art of' or 'state of', etc...Pookeyism: The art of being me!

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When I lived in NYC I moved a lot and had lots of different phone numbers. I had a hard time remembering my current one until someone suggested trying to make the numbers spell something. It spelled Foxbins and I have always remembered it even now 30 years later. It reminds me of good times.

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Well...I'm married (Mrs.) and I am a prissy girly girl (Prisses). Its what I do, and who I am, even tho I think I am pretty tough! :boxing_smiley:

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I've been Rootman since way back in the old BBS days in the late 80's. Form my old Linux days.

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I am African-American, have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, and I'm a chick. Afro_Cyster

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I am so boring.....my husband's first initial, my first initial, and our last name!

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Mine is my nickname.

Lissa

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I live in Portland, OR and I am a man ... AirportCodeGender

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Mine is easy ... I love MINI Coopers (classic and new) and I wanted to be a miniature version of my old self.

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Mine is my childhood nickname Dorey & my maiden last name started with K and my married last name starts with N... Doreykn

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Mine is my childhood nickname Dorey & my maiden last name started with K and my married last name starts with N... Doreykn

I have wondered how you picked that.

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Runner :) I love to run. I can't wait to be able to run longer and faster when I am lighter. Much, much lighter.

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Secret= My favorite book "The Secret"... Starr= I love stars; wishes come true on stars... and 82=the year I was born (I'm officially 30!) or I should say my first anniversary of my 29th birthday :D

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