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Just wondering how we came up with our various member names?
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For me that is easy peasy.

I was born along the North Sea, in The Hague. The beach was my second home since I was a kid. I'm still addicted to the sand and sea. That explains the first part.
I was born in August under the sign of Leo = Lion. That is the rest of my nick.
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Well my name is Fred and I wear skirts SO... Fred in skirts... :D
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Mine comes from my invented character in a role play game.
As a matter of fact, the sun DOES shine out of my ...

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Victor is my middle name and my year of birth :D

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Just stating the obvious.
Anthony, a denim miniskirt wearer in Outback Australia

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Mine also - my first name backwards.
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I'll admit to being a 1948 model, and yes, I could be found on bridges or station platforms with my book of locomotive numbers.

I still play with trains, but now they are 12" to the foot, and at a preservation centre.

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Fairly obvious my site name.
On other sites, (naturist ones) I have taken the name "maninaskirt".
(That name has now been taken here btw)
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Self explanatory I reckon!
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trainspotter48 wrote:I'll admit to being a 1948 model, and yes, I could be found on bridges or station platforms with my book of locomotive numbers.

I still play with trains, but now they are 12" to the foot, and at a preservation centre.
Do you keep a camera handy to go with your book???

I also still play with trains I just wish they were 12 inches to the foot... They are 1/29th scale.... :D
Fred :kiltdance:

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There is a very famous hamburger chain in CA, AZ, and NV named "In-N-Out." I wear skirts and am happy in them.

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Moon I really love the way you create engaging topics! I created my name because I believe freedom of dressing should be for everyone.

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I’ve had this handle for twenty years. I used to work on on the ramp loading planes for over twenty years. The exhaust from a jet aircraft is called jet blast. Ever once in a while I would have to drive behind a jet aircraft, and I would get .... Jetblasted.

I used to come home smelling like kerosene every night.

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Well it is obvious I have little creativity compared to other members, the name is my name plus birth yr. Next time round I will have to try harder.

John

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