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    I did, but I'm too old now to remember it.
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    Yeah.. Growing up, my friends called me "Pills".. Not for the reason you think though.. I have always been a larger person, and when I was younger, I kinda, so they said, resembled the Pillsberry Dough Boy.. Man.. Been a while since I have heard that name!
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    I just got a new one a few months ago. When I joined the Air Force Reserve in May I picked a new career field and had to go to Tech School, which I'm getting ready to finish now. After I got to the new unit I was pretty anonymous at PT for the first day or two, being quiet by nature. Then we ran. I've been a runner for 12 years now, so I'm a bit faster than your average Airman. I started behind everyone else so I could stretch a bit more, then passed them all and lapped a few on the one mile loop. Since no one knew my name yet, I became Sergeant "Speedy" and it stuck.
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    I hung out (by chance) with a lot of buddies who shared my first name (hint: most common male name from 1961-1998). So we all had to go by something else, and mine was my last name, as it's also "first name"

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    Got labeled Nutty Ned as a tactical call sign, so--- NN was used for a shorter form at times.

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    Back in the old country I was known as The Lad and on this side of the pond I was known as Irish.

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    None growing up really, other than the normal shortening of my first name (Christopher).

    I got Paco from a buddy of mine at work, neither of us know why but it just stuck. The real funny thing is I am not Hispanic. I love leaving that name at restaurants and watch people's faces when I walk up after being called.
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    Didn't have one growing up, but now... does Mom count??
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    Most people call me by my last name or some variation of it.

    I.E.: Shaw, Shawdog, etc. The ladies always like to call me Mikey instead of Mike for some reason.
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    My surname has been sort of a nickname for me. Actually, I prefer to have it used. I was about thirteen when that started.

    Most of my Spanish-speaking acquaintances know me by the Spanish version of one of my given names... partially because it is difficult to pronounce for the non or new English speaker.
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