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    It's the name of a soap I love that is a seasonal offering by the cosmetic company Lush. Sometimes I will add "girl" at the end of it. I use it for various forums I'm on. It's typically never a taken screen name.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    No fair! C'mon - fess up.
    Ok. I wish I could say it was because I was a Cheer leader, but not. I started going to a forum on KC Star. I usually just checked out what other people said and commented very seldom. "Ghost" on the forum was taken....so Spirit. Now the number is the year I was born (this is the part that puts your life in danger. ) Shhh don't tell anyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    Ok. I wish I could say it was because I was a Cheer leader, but not. I started going to a forum on KC Star. I usually just checked out what other people said and commented very seldom. "Ghost" on the forum was taken....so Spirit. Now the number is the year I was born (this is the part that puts your life in danger. ) Shhh don't tell anyone.
    Rats. I was hoping you were a retired CIA operative.

    Although you might want to think about changing your name to 'Poltergeist'. (j/k)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    Rats. I was hoping you were a retired CIA operative.

    Although you might want to think about changing your name to 'Poltergeist'. (j/k)
    I wish it were CIA, that would be too cool. Actually Firefighter/Paramedic (light on the Firefighter/heavy on the Paramedic). Spirit was easier to spell.
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    Seinfeld.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
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    My user name Sixgun comes from owning six guns. But ill probably have to change that because I just bought another. I thought I was done at six but guess I was wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moops View Post
    Seinfeld.
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    love that episode, makes me want to get a bottle of Yohoo now.
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    <---------- short for Golden Shellback, it's the term given to sailors who have crossed the international date-time line (180th meridian) AND the equator at the same time....... and ONLY after standing before Neptune and his court and being judged worthy.

    We won't go into detail of the trials prior to being subpoenaed by Davy Jones to appear in Neptune's court.(this is a family-friendly fourm after all) It's a rare honor for sailors of every creed and nation to be found worthy of the Shellback name........ and to FINALLY shead the 'pollywog' status from your service jacket.
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