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M / Texas
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Posted 11/27/14
My name is Kel, and I pay taxes.
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36 / M / The Beyond.
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I named myself after Seraph Sephiroth.
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27 / F
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Improvised on the spelling of Selene, the moon goddess.
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21 / F / Arizona, US
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I chose holy fire, because it just sounded cool at the time and it is associates with the holy spirit. The numbers are just numbers I have always used for usernames/passwords.
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My name in Hebrew means listener so I google translated listener in Japanese and that's what it came out as and I the 23 is MJs jersey #
Posted 11/28/14
I used to play games with my mates. And of course, you'd have to pick a character name. At the time, my old username was MadPixel, but people began to call me by the character name. It was a lot more fluent. So i just decided to change my name to that.
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I just thought of it some years ago.. Was surprised to find anyone else with the name all this time.. I like the word Slick.. just added Cursed because it would sound well at least cool to me
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Brainstormed 5 or 6 "unique" usernames that I could use for all the accounts I needed. Surprisingly, only 3 of them worked on all the sites, and this one was my favorite at the time. At the time, my friends and I had a sort of recurring gag -- whenever our girlfriends did something stupid, we'd just say something along the lines of "goddamn double-x's" to tease them. I don't really put much stock into stereotypes, and I should be clear that there are women that are much smarter, better, and more enjoyable to chill with than I am. However, as a guy, it is HILARIOUS to see girls that perfectly fit into stereotypes that describe how dumb women are. When I was thinking of a new name, I thought of this joke. I'm not a "double-x," so naturally my username was more fitting as a "Y." Originally, I liked the username "theWHYchromosome," (I'm a bit of a Philosopher) but it was just a slight bit too long for some sites, so I just settled for "theYchromosome," knowing that I'm probably the only one who would get the pun -- it's a bit of an inside joke for myself.
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33 / F / Virginia
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Posted 11/28/14
The year of my birth and my zodiac sign

Posted 11/28/14
My brain.
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Posted 11/28/14
Pretty self explanatory
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Posted 11/28/14 , edited 11/28/14
Where did I get the nickname Mighty Midgit? Ancient history for me. Sit down kids. It's story time.

Way back in the day where kids played outside even when the weather was bad, two of my friends and I were playing in the woods behind my house. We did a lot a live action role play, and tended to build our world out of the surrounding forest and what we could find. That day, we wanted to create a home base for the start of our to-be adventures. Closer to the entrance of the forest was a lot of discarded wood, wet from the rain we had be getting. We spend most of that afternoon carting the wood into the forest and up a small hill to our base.

At one point, my two friends decided to tackle the largest piece from the pile, a 3ft. by 4ft. pallet. Each taking a side, they started carting it into the forest. I caught them on my way back out to get more wood--we were about 1/3 the distance from the wood pile. I saw that they were struggling with the pallet. Now, I was a small kid. How small you might ask? It took me until my sophomore year of high school to break 100 lbs. I was the shortest, and scrawniest middle-schooler of the time. I don't know what possessed me, maybe my pride, maybe just seeing their awkward struggle, but I told them to go back for more wood, and that I would take the pallet the rest of the way. I'm sure they agreed just to make fun of my feeble attempt. I took the pallet, leaned it on my back, lifted it, and carted it to and up the hill. My friends were dubstruck.

Come the next day, one of my friends, who was into drawing stick figure comics, decided to add me to his roster as a super hero. The name he gave me? Mighty Midgit! (Midget is misspelled because middle-schoolers)

The name stuck, and as we got older, it became my gamertag and general use pseudo-name for online things like forums. The misspelling even became useful because it lessened the chances that the name would already be taken. I've kept it since then, and I don't think it will ever change either.

TL;DR - My friends gave me the name after seeing me, a 70 lb. piece of nothing, carry a wet pallet bigger than I was up a hill.
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Oh, and my user is just my first and last intials and my last name with a Y at the end :D
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20 / M / Eng Land
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Posted 11/28/14 , edited 11/28/14
Blackout because I'd just watched the first Michael Bay Transformers, and MK2 originates from being my second PSN account.
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M / 米国
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Posted 11/28/14
My cousin pass me that name when I was 14 years old. He used to be the Mastergold until he retired and decided to give me that name so I call used it.

-Mastergold
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