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#919341 - 11/05/08 04:21 PM Re: Please explain your login name.
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I'm still trying to decide what name I should use. Until then this seemed like a good one for someone who mostly lurks.

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#919342 - 11/05/08 08:16 PM Re: Please explain your login name.
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Coz my hands are tiny.

One octave long measured from the tip of thumb to the tip of little finger while fully stretching.

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#919343 - 11/25/08 05:57 PM Re: Please explain your login name.
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Lolium is some kind of weed/herb that grows among soils and ruins them. I was so surprised when I found out that in greek this weed is called Ira which is my real name!
My avatar is my feet because I'm an obsessed ballet dancer!
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#919344 - 12/17/08 04:39 PM Re: Please explain your login name.
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My real name is Kymberly. People usually call my by the typical nicknames: Kymmy, Kymba, kymmer, Kym etc (you wouldnt believe how many variations people come up with).

But, Kymber was the nickname I was given by my former coworkers (it's not just kymberly shortend). They announced they were going to give me a nick name and about three days later there was a little slip of paper folded on my desk. When I opened it up it said "Kick a$$ Kymber" (I was doing martial arts at the time). Now whenever they see me they call me Kymber. I like it b/c it's the only nickname anyone put some thought into. \:\)
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