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    Welcome to GDF Tess

    We ask all new members to read the very important links here and here. These explain the rules and how the forum runs. No, you haven't done anything wrong, we ask every...
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  • On World of Warcraft, I created a character which I would play heavily for multiple years. When I created her, her skin reminded me of Hematite, thus I named her Hematita.
    I used the name for quite a while and it was rather unique, so I use it as a username sometimes now.

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    • A long standing online handle I've used for years. It's also my Xbox Live Gamertag.

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      • mine is the name of my business.
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        • My story is pretty silly. I like the new My Little Pony cartoon and for kicks one day I looked up one of the name generators for it. I put in my name (first and last!), and it generated 'Cherry Belle'. I thought that name was really cute, and I re-generated with the same criteria a couple times, and it never changed, so I know it was some crazy algorithm translating my first and last name into 'Cherry Belle'.

          Heh...

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          • I was giving the title of "Jedi Colourist" By one of my Friends when they saw some of my work. So it stuck.

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            • I use StudioMonkey online in a couple of different forums. No reason to keep thinking up a new one for each Forum I register with.

              The name says it all.
              It's bad luck to be superstitious . . .

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              • It's my name

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                • Welcome to GDF Ibrahim

                  We ask all new members to read the very important links here and here. These explain the rules, how the forum runs and a few inside jokes. No, you haven't done anything wrong, we ask every new member to read them. Your first few posts will be moderated, so don't post multiple times if they don't show up immediately. Enjoy your stay.
                  Sketching not only helps you work out good ideas, it helps you get past the bad ones.

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                  • Its my name. I am called Mal by anyone who doesn't like saying Malice - a strange thing when someone won't say your name because of the "connotations" of it. It is just a name, and it means "ill intent" - some would say it described me many years ago - but now I am who I am and yet I am Malice - So Hi everyone I am Malice

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                    • My other screen name was in the shop.

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                      • kemingMatters
                        kemingMatters commented
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                        given what pancake means around here, I find your name screen name makes me smile... I hope you don't give a_pancake about our bizarre sense of humour

                      • a_pancake
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                        Keming, I had to go do some research to get the joke... I have a new appreciation myself!

                        I really wish the forum hadn't limited me on my usual name now... accidentalpancake would have been much more amusing.

                    • For what I recall (I use this alias for a very long time), Baylock is the name of a character in "Rosemary's baby" (book/movie).
                      I believe it comes from a demon which is initially called Baa'lok.
                      I'm pretty sure it is the name of the nurse taking care of the baby and I found it pretty cool and catchy when I saw the movie.
                      I use it since then, sometimes as Baylock, sometimes as Bayl0ck when the other spelling is already used (most of the time it is available).
                      If it was up to me, my alias would be "Lex" but, of course, it is too short and way to common to be available nowadays...

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                      • KitchWitch
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                        I believe Mrs. Baylock was the nanny in The Omen.
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