Discussion in 'Community' started by ophelia, Jan 6, 2013.
Do me next!
Try me- Todd the Jedi.
Try me! Try me!
Do mine, please: Maria Taskova
Me too, me too!
Me as well, please.
Can you please do me please?
Life In Technicolor
A real mixed bag this time. Some of you people have hard names!
And V-2 . . . no.
Todd the Jedi = jet hit odd Ed
IAreTheInternets = it isn't neater here
Apparently you were somewhere just as bad before.
Maria Taskova = rats! I'm a VA oak (Or if you like, "a aviator mask." Tacking that extra "A" on there kind of ruins it, though.)
Healer Leona = Ole! Anal here
Frieda Leona = A lie of a nerd
. . . poor Frieda.
Point Given = tin pig oven
Karl Sharma = alarm shark
LifeInTechnicolor = frolic in nice hotel
Makaley Nehls = hymenal leaks (perhaps while frolicking in a nice hotel?)
This one made me laugh. The "Ole!" makes it.
How about my username?
ah drat, i thought i was so clever too. to be fair, i was doing it in my head and not using some cheater program though.
The real witchery is when the anagram is an undeniable character truth.
- I'm a lech.
Mirax Terrik = Riker Matrix
I have no idea what that means, but that's a nerdgasm right there
And you definitely win, tom. Although I did figure out on my own that I could make "Walmart" out of Tunick's name.
Oh. My. God. x 20
Although I did figure out on my own that I could make "Walmart" out of Tunick's name.
That is like the Bible Code, there...
Can I get a turn? "Dillon Gary"
Dillon Gary = angrily old
Where's the "Old man yells at cloud" gif?
Did your parents not know how to spell Dylan, and went phonetically; or they are those people that name their children after sirnames (Jackson, Anderson, etc)?
People not knowing how to spell sure is funny.
oooh ooh let's do your name!
Arwen Fan . . . . n.
A near nwn . . .A raw nefnn . . . wait, wait, I'll get it
Let's do AAAAAH
AAAAAH = HAAAAA
My mom's a teacher, and she wanted it spelled as it sounds or something. (Not like anybody ever gets my full name spelled right.) I like it though, and I've actually met more fellow "Dillon's" than "Dylan's" in real life.
Name meaning is cooler too. "Dillon" means "faithful," or "loyal," or "like a lion," it's Irish/Gaelic. "Dylan" just means "by the sea" or "son of the sea," and is Welsh.