Discussion in 'Funstuff and Inspiration' started by Lioness, Oct 19, 2010.
Loki fits and ties in with my heritage.
Stash is a family nickname
Mine is completely unrelated to my real life... my normal username is close to a nickname I answer to, but it and variations on it were taken. So my username for this site is something someone said when I got my first pair of real dance shoes
Mine is completely inaccurate. I'm actually infinitely better at smooth/standard than latin/rhythm. I picked this name because I was doing gold rhythm when I registered because I forgot the username I lurked with before.
Being a dancer is a big part of my identity, but my polish heritage is more immediately obvious from my last name. But I am proud of my Irish heritage, and for some reason I didn't think DancingPole made a good username...
I dare ya to change it I'm male and dance all 4 styles. Nuff said
Tennis was my serious hobby before dancing. I still play now and then, but not as before
Whenever I dance pivots, my coach always shouts my name. "Hedwaite! Hedwaite! To the left, d*mmit!" But every time I look to the left, there's nobody there, and he stops, so...
Are you kidding? That would be an AWESOME user name!
Tangomaniac fits me perfectly. No reason to change.
I strive to be close.
Alternatively, you could have been Poledancer
Being that it's my real name, pretty darn close.
My username and I could not be more different.
Over the years, I've been a secret "wish grantor" for numerous people of various ages in their various situations.
Mine was randomly chosen from two words in the dictionary years and years ago. I was amused by it, so I kept it. It's never taken on anything I've ever tried to sign up on so it's convenient. I wouldn't say it has much real meaning though.
I grew up on an island, and always loved the sea and mermaids. I've used a few different usernames on different sites, but lately I kind of like this one.
I think those were manatees. Which makes me ponder if sailors are really attracted to catbutt ugly women...
They do say that the origin of mermaid legends was the sight of manatees. I've always wondered about that.
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