If you could change your user name.... - page 2
ok...first off...l confess...l stold this idea from melissa 24 off of another thread.....(sorry)....:imbar... .but l have given this a lot of thought for some time now...since branding my self... Read More
Oct 18, '02Occupation: LDRP-staff nurse Joined: Oct '02; Posts: 35AAAGGGGHHHH......I mean.........NO change for me...lol!!!
Oct 18, '02Occupation: Staff Development Coordinator - OR Joined: Jun '02; Posts: 577; Likes: 11i might change my screen name to reflect the name my over 40 group in my rn-bsn program came up with for our "sorority" - -tol - which stands for theta omega lambda, i.e. "tired old ladies "!
Oct 18, '02Occupation: RN, MS home health Joined: Aug '02; Posts: 7,472; Likes: 49I like mine. My middle name is rene and my dtrs middle name is rian. Hence, renerian. My dtr is the light of my life..........
Oct 18, '02Joined: Jan '02; Posts: 1,032; Likes: 7When I signed up I didn't realize that I would have this name forever and ever on this board. I wish now I would have picked something more creative, and I am (hopefully) not going to be an RN2b for much longer!
Can't we pick new names, pleeeeease???
Oct 18, '02Joined: Jun '00; Posts: 1,017; Likes: 32Mine was meant to be countryrn, not rncountry. But when I typed it I was talking and typing and lo and behold it's backwards. If I could change my name I would go with menehune. It is a like a Hawaiian lepercaun. Spelled that wrong, but can't think of how to do it right. If you can catch a menehune and rub his belly you will have good luck for the rest of your life. But since I am stuck here in Michigan I don't see much chance of that happening! Oh, to be in Waikiki.
Oct 18, '02Occupation: rn Joined: Feb '02; Posts: 693; Likes: 2I like mine...like you say, you don't realise when you register here how addictive it becomes, so it was a fluke that I picked something that I don't want to change now.
aus nurse reminds me of where I am so I don't get lost lol and aus works well as a nic in the chat room
Don't ask me what my hotmail nic is..now that is embarrasingly stupid Like bewbew all the ones I wanted kept coming back as taken...so i just settled for the one they suggested Bad move, but I was tired and wanted to get on with it.
You guys stun me with your orginiality...your nics are so kewl.
I HAVE NO IMAGINATION
Oct 18, '02Occupation: RN Joined: Apr '02; Posts: 2,065; Likes: 48Originally posted by rncountry
Mine was meant to be countryrn, not rncountry. But when I typed it I was talking and typing and lo and behold it's backwards. If I could change my name I would go with menehune. It is a like a Hawaiian lepercaun. Spelled that wrong, but can't think of how to do it right. If you can catch a menehune and rub his belly you will have good luck for the rest of your life. But since I am stuck here in Michigan I don't see much chance of that happening! Oh, to be in Waikiki.
Oct 18, '02Occupation: CRNA Joined: Aug '01; Posts: 660; Likes: 148Wouldn't change mine, do a search on google, you will find I use it everywhere. I even own the www.nilepoc.com domain.
It is derived from my last name backwards.
Oct 18, '02Occupation: Radiology nurse - RN Joined: Sep '02; Posts: 6My name is not very original either. But I do love it. This is my dog's name. Yes, I think he looks just like a Gremlin. - Teresa
Oct 18, '02Joined: Sep '02; Posts: 910; Likes: 9My name was made up from a guy I used to be friends with in high school. One day, we were hanging out and he just said "kimmicoobug!" Seemed it was just spontaneous and I liked it, so there it is.
Oct 19, '02Joined: Oct '00; Posts: 10,236; Likes: 64Hootinannie. Or would it be Hoot n' annie? Said real fast, like one word.
Not sure why. Not really even sure where I got it from, but I've been walking around saying it for a few days now. It's starting to p*ss off the hubby and kid. "Why do you keep saying that!"
:chuckle Now it's just kinda my thing.
Oct 19, '02Occupation: Registered Nurse Joined: Jul '00; Posts: 175; Likes: 2Hey Susy K,
My nickname is Bird or Birdie too! The weird thing is that my husband also had the nickname Birdie when he was young .
I guess I'm pretty happy with my screen name, although a lot of people thing of bass as a fish instead of a bass guitar.
Oct 19, '02Joined: Jun '00; Posts: 1,017; Likes: 32HAHA Heather, that made me think about a patient I used to have a long time ago. Never used the call light, used to just shout at staff members when they walked by. "Hey, get your hootnannie in here!" He was one of my favorite patients. Had a bit of dementia, but able to do much for himself. He had been an English professor, and always dressed very carefully. Would not go outside unless he had his fedora on. Sometimes out of the blue he would be begin quoting Shakespeare, Whitman, things like that. Yet if he was in his room he never failed to yell that hootnannie thing. I thought he was a treasure.
Rae, ALOHA! It's cold and raining here and hasn't managed to hit 40 today. But I have Hawaiian music on!