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« on: September 08, 2005, 06:07:02 PM »
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In Quebec there is a tv show called 'Is your name hot?' ... so I tought I could do the same thing but this time 'Is your NICKname hot?'! And if you think there is a show in Quebec called 'Is your name hot?' then you, my friend, are stupid.

Here are the 'things' on which you will be graded

Pronouncibility (easy to pronounce is 10)
Exotism (Exotic is 10)
Meaning (Meaningful is 10)
Originality (Original is 10)
Temperature


JEREMY BLACKMAN

Pronouncibility : Thanks to american cinema and the Bible, Jeremy and Blackman are both household names in any house that has at least 2 windows. No problem there. 8 out of 10
Exotism : That's where it all goes down. Jeremy Blackman is most probably the un-exotic-est name on the planet, next to John Smith or Michel Tremblay. 1 out of 10 (7 if currently in Zimbabwe)
Meaning : Knowing Jeremy Blackman there must be some meaning unknown to me. Probably a socialist-martyr. Or a child star. 10 out of 10
Originality :  Could've been more original with the addition of a number like 'JeremyBlackman007' or 'Jeremy69Blackman' .... 6 out of 10
Temperature : Room temperature

P

Pronouncibility :  Big points here ... 'Pi' for the english people and 'Pé' for me the frenchy .... 10 out of 10
Exotism : P ... I don't know but since I like him I give him a 7 out of 10
Meaning : According to the scholars I questionned, there is 78% chance that P is an abbreviation of Power to the People... very meaningful but kinda gay  6 out of 10
Originality : P ... one of the 43 letters of the alphabet... not so original...would've prefered 'P Not'
Temperature :  A glass of milk under a burning sun... chilled but could be warm and disgusting.

Neon Mercury

Pronouncibility :  I like the sound of that... cellar-door-esque... 8 out of 10
Exotism : Mercury...that's a foreign planet dude... 9 out of 10
Meaning : Hold a deep ecological message ... neon gives cancer and mercury too ... obviously this guy is anti-cancer which can only be considered a good thing.  9 out of 10
Originality : William Burroughs tought it was great when I asked him back in Marrakesh. Great wasn't his word...it was more like : 'Kebbab here come come buy some kebbab good tasty kebbab good !' but still 8 of 10
Temperature : Urine-warm

Cinephile
Pronouncibility : Sinéfile...Kinefil...this one is almost hard... 6 out of 10
Exotism : It's like a more sophisticated word for 'a guy who likes movies' so 6 out of 10
Meaning : The guy is a cinephile and his name is Cinephile... what more do you want ? 10 out of 10
Originality : The guy is on a movie forum and his name is Cinephile... what less do you want ? 0 out of 10
Temperature : Cool as in not-very-cool

Stefen
Pronouncibility : IS IT STEFFEN OR STEVEN ??? 0 out of 10
Exotism : If you live anywhere on earth the name Stefen in various forms exists. Even in China they have Steven's and in Japan they call them Stefen-san. 0 out of 10
Meaning :  Probably the guy's real name. 0 out of 10
Originality : At the risk of repeating myself...probably the guy's name... 0 out of 10
Temperature : Block of ice ! And not dry ice that make smoke...real ice with water...salty water even. Unless all along it was Stefen Dorff. Then super hot.

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« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2005, 07:01:52 PM »
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Good thread... now me

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« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2005, 08:23:56 PM »
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I love how Stefen's are all 0/10.. :lol:

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« Reply #3 on: September 08, 2005, 11:39:41 PM »
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Me, please.
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« Reply #4 on: September 09, 2005, 12:16:52 AM »
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:waving: me too...
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« Reply #5 on: September 09, 2005, 12:28:07 AM »
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sure
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« Reply #6 on: September 09, 2005, 01:50:42 AM »
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i think my name is hot

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« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2005, 01:52:24 AM »
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hit me widdit.
Obviously what you are doing right now is called (in my upcoming book of psychology at least) validation. I think it's a normal thing to do. People will reply, say anything, and then you're gonna do what you were subconsciently thinking of doing all along.

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« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2005, 06:47:23 PM »
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Regular Karate

Pronouncibility : You'll always have jerks saying 'karatee' instead of 'karaté' but hey that's not your fault. 7 out of 10
Exotism : One could think karate, coming from Japan, is exotic. But two would point out that Irregular Karate would be so much more. 7 out of 10
Meaning : Richard Kelly or Robert Kennedy ? Or simply a practicer of Regular Karate ? 9 out of 10
Originality : In the first place I wanted to do your name but didn't find really good jokes. Still haven't. Your name is cool though. 9 out of 10
Temperature : Warm like melting aluminium

Walrus
Pronouncibility : Unless your some weird ass kraut who pronounces Valrus, this is an easy one. Since you took out the Kookookajoob part I give you 1 bonus apple pie. But apple pies are not counted in this evaluation so you still have 8 out of 10
Exotism : I'm a frenchy and I don't remember what is a walrus. An animal I think. I don't care to search on google. Ok I just did. Wow it's really not a good looking animal. Especially the teeth part. Still not something I'd mess with. Unless I was in a car and had a gun/broadsword. I wonder if it runs fast. Anyway it sucks. 4 out of 10
Meaning : What the hell did Lenon meant by 'I am the Walrus' ? We'll never know...but I'm sure it was some commie bullshit. 1 out of 10
Originality : Since we aren't on a Beatles forum this is somewhat original. But since your nick is most probably referring to your own looks then I give you the grade of 6 out of 10.
Temperature : Unlit light bulb

SHAFTR
Pronouncibility : Where the hell is the last voyel ? And is voyel an english word ? Why the capitals ? Should it be shouted in my head when I read it ? SHAFTAR or SHAFTRE ? 1 out of 10
Exotism : Everyone knows what a shaft is and nobody cares. 1 out of 10
Meaning : Shaft is so ... never. Was Shaft ever cool ? And do you english call having an erection being shafted ? Because we frenchies do : 'J'suis bien shafté' would mean 'I'm having a strong erection' ...so SHAFTR IN CAPITALS IS A MASSIVE ERECTED PENIS. I myself prefer the company of vaginas, so 1 out of 10.
Originality : All capitals is really a no-no. And you asked for you name to be rated in a self-indulgent way like : 'sure' ...as if I said : 'can I please review you darling baby ?' ... you ain't Shaft you are SHAFTR. Also I wonder if I used the word self-indulgent correctly.
Temperature : Cold like my feet right now and they are bathing in a pool of cold deer blood. It's good for my feet-acne.

72 Teeth
Pronouncibility : After 7 years of full bilingualism, I still can't manage the 'th' sound. I say it like a normal 't'. It's way better than the silly frenchies of France who say stuff like : 'Ze car' and then 'Mister Smiss' instead of Smith. I also say soixante-douze teeth in my head when I read your name. Seventy-two Teeth. I don't like it, too much t's. 5 out of 10
Exotism : Teeth are disgusting and filthy. I haven't been at a dentist in 6 years because I believe it's a racket. Six years ago they said I had 2 cavities and I never went back and my teeth NEVER hurt. I am positive there was no cavities in there. Or that my mouth is currently decaying. I smell good don't start rumors. 1 out of 10
Meaning : Man, I searched for 72 Teeth on google.com and found 'Great deals for 72 Teeths' and stuff about 72 teeths for sale. That is weird. You are some kind of axe lover I gather ? That's lame. 4 out of 10
Originality : Original is good. Weird is weird. Numbers are BAD. Especially the numbers 007 and 69. But it's not like your nick is Magnolia4life69 that would be evil. 5 out of 10
Temperature : The temperature that makes your teeth hurt when you drink water

Reinhold Messner
Pronouncibility :  REINhold Messner... is it Rayehold or Raynold or Rayenolde or what the hell is it ? I'll just call you Blackie or Pete if you don't mind. 3 out of 10
Exotism : An italian mountain climber that's it ? I had to search on google. You know what ? There's exotic and then there's italian. The difference is that the later allied themselves with Hitler. A Nazi-sympathetic nickname...bad idea. And Reinhold Messner is just way too hairy for his own good. He looks rugged as hell though. I'm sure he has fucked various animals. Oh man that is just a mean thing to say he looks like a nice uncle. 7 out of 10
Meaning : I guess it means that you like mountain climbing. Or really hairy men. Either way you are gay. 9 out of 10
Originality : Mountain climbing ain't the hipster activity it once was. So I guess kudos for that. 8 out of 10
Temperature : Warm like the hottest day on top of the Himalayas.

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« Reply #9 on: September 09, 2005, 07:12:11 PM »
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Quote from: Pas Rap
After 7 years of full bilingualism, I still can't manage the 'th' sound.


Put your tongue between your teeth so it sticks out a little past the teeth all the way around your mouth, then push the air towards the tip of your tongue.  Practice as necessary.
Now you're in the *spoiler* place.

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« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2005, 01:23:37 AM »
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please do me.

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« Reply #11 on: September 10, 2005, 01:35:28 AM »
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that was incredibly informative. i just took the name from the title of the ben folds five album, "unauthorized biography of reinhold messner".

by the way, it's said "rine" ... american hard i.

any chance of a reevaluation?
Obviously what you are doing right now is called (in my upcoming book of psychology at least) validation. I think it's a normal thing to do. People will reply, say anything, and then you're gonna do what you were subconsciently thinking of doing all along.

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« Reply #12 on: September 10, 2005, 04:58:11 AM »
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Quote from: Pas Rap
Exotism : I'm a frenchy and I don't remember what is a walrus. An animal I think. I don't care to search on google. Ok I just did. Wow it's really not a good looking animal. Especially the teeth part. Still not something I'd mess with. Unless I was in a car and had a gun/broadsword. I wonder if it runs fast. Anyway it sucks. 4 out of 10


LOL!!

Oh man, this is a great thread..

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« Reply #13 on: September 10, 2005, 08:06:02 AM »
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Quote from: Pas Rap
I also say soixante-douze teeth in my head when I read your name....


nice...concidered name for a not too distant future...someone do Pas now...is it pronounced "Pawce" or "Pass"...
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« Reply #14 on: September 10, 2005, 08:43:10 AM »
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do mine
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