Discussion in 'Community' started by Darth Xalfrea, Jan 3, 2013.
I was into Coldplay and their song Life In Technicolor when I finally was able to join.
Welcome to my world.
VALHALLA I AM COMING
SW - Star Wars
Pants - my nickname in high school
666 - NOT the number of the devil (616 is) and I liked to scare people. Nowadays I'm dropping the 666 a bit at a time.
What is wrong with the devil?
Simple. I write drabbles. This is a Star Wars board, so I came up with a name that combined the two: Drabbo Fett. And then I came up with another. And another. And a couple more. Every two years, I change to the next one. Between the first and current names, I've also been Drabba the Hutt, Drabbi-Wan Kenobi, and Salacious Drabb.
Must be regretting that now.
Stole it from my Morrowind character. So lazy.
It's a callback to the best song of the 90s, obviously.
McClain was my favorite teacher's last name in 7th grade, which is when I registered. I also thought that Sith were cool.
I hate my username, but I'm too stubborn to do anything about it.
endersai, that's pretty cool i guess. though if i wanted to do a robert plant reference with my name i would have called myself PUSHPUSH.
though "Big Log" would have been more appropriate
yeah i considered adding GOLDENGODBULGE as a second alternative, but i decided to stick with just one.
I'd have thought you were referencing an early 90s NZ hair metal band.
WOOOO YEAH! ROCK!
Christians tend to shy away from him
No,not really.It isn't as horrendous as my name on a game that I play.
But Christian rock vs metal, metal wins, so like, @ Satan.
Faith +1 > Metal
What's that name, Fixyou?
It is TWINHORSES.I chose it when I was 14.
There is also Christian metal. the style isn't directly correlated to the lyrics.
If you like death metal, then you like death metal, and that doesn't hurt me. But I would appreciate it if you didn't purposely offend me.
says the person with 666 in their name to "scare people".
edit: also can't see how someone claiming to love the devil really has anything to do with you.
Stop it tom, you'll upset him.