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1 Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 16:28

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Do you have one? My mother calls me Noddy.

Not too keen on it,but I don't get a say.However if you follow the link,you can find out the nickname that best suits YOU.

Mine,believe it or not,is Pistol.

http://www.playbuzz.com/jamesbaker10/what-should-be-your-nickname#eightieth

2 Re: Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 18:27

rammywhite

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Frank Worthington
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I tried this and it thought that I was a woman! It suggested my nickname should be Queen Bee!!

I had a nickname at school strongly related to my actual name but I'm not telling you what it is- but I was still being called this in my 50s by old school friends

3 Re: Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 18:58

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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As kids,my brother and I were known at school as Big Willie and Little Willie.

I could never live up to it.

4 Re: Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 19:01

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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There was also a kid we called Farter.

He broke wind loudly in class one day,and he was given the nickname immediately. I don't think he ever did it again,but the nickname stuck,and made his life a misery.

5 Re: Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 19:29

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Nat Lofthouse
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boltonbonce wrote:As kids,my brother and I were known at school as Big Willie and Little Willie.

I could never live up to it.
Looks like the generated (sex) pistol nickname is spot on then! Very Happy

6 Re: Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 19:39

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Better than Farter,KP. That same lad told the careers master he wanted to be a roustabout,after seeing an Elvis Presley film.

7 Re: Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 19:51

DEANO82


Tony Kelly
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boltonbonce wrote:As kids,my brother and I were known at school as Big Willie and Little Willie.

I could never live up to it.
Were you little Willy?

8 Re: Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 20:06

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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DEANO82 wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:As kids,my brother and I were known at school as Big Willie and Little Willie.

I could never live up to it.
Were you little Willy?
Am now. Hard to believe I regularly won the highest up the wall competition.

It's a job now keeping it off my shoes.

9 Re: Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 20:42

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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boltonbonce wrote:
DEANO82 wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:As kids,my brother and I were known at school as Big Willie and Little Willie.

I could never live up to it.
Were you little Willy?
Am now. Hard to believe I regularly won the highest up the wall competition.

It's a job now keeping it off my shoes.
Laughing

10 Re: Nicknames. on Wed Mar 14 2018, 21:23

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Nicolas Anelka
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Johnny.  Simple but effective.

At secondary school i got called johnno which stuck for a bit.

When i was 14 working on the fishmarket my boss nicknamed me bag.  (Johnny bag.....)

Which was funny until my mum came to the stall one day when i was working and Trev shouted "bag, your mums here"

She said "funny, johnny bag!"

He said, "no its not that.....i caught him shagging a chicken in the freezer with a carrier bag on his knob!"

I did like that job

11 Re: Nicknames. on Thu Mar 15 2018, 08:53

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Nat Lofthouse
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