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    Quote Originally Posted by onionskin View Post
    I remember your old avator with the lady pulling out her hair. I always thought that was 'really' you. I like your new one better though.
    I had a few good moving av's before this one. Like my banging head on keyboard dude. Loved that one. And my one hitting delete, delete, delete lol

    I'm pretty neurotic about ttc now so it's oh so fitting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I had a few good moving av's before this one. Like my banging head on keyboard dude. Loved that one. And my one hitting delete, delete, delete lol

    I'm pretty neurotic about ttc now so it's oh so fitting...
    Oh I forgot about the head banging keyboard dude, he was very cool too.

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    In healing and spiritual terams, the solar plexus chakra is between the ribs and navel.

    solar plexusn.1. The large network of sympathetic nerves and ganglia located in the peritoneal cavity behind the stomach and having branching tracts that supply nerves to the abdominal viscera.
    2. The pit of the stomach.


    I've changed it a couple of times. Right now it's the words "Solar plexus" translated into French. (I'm not French, lol- I saw it written down that way and just liked it!)

    So there you go. I'm actually thinking of changing it again soon- I get bored very easily

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsharvey View Post
    Wo-oah onion skin
    You might see the trap but you still fall in...
    When things start to roll
    Something something something something...

    Great song!

    I think my username speaks for itself. My maiden name was very distinctive (only one in Australia), so I love the anonymity of Harvey...
    ...."the skin falls off and the tear drops flow"...

    Haha...we need to start a growing up in the 80's and 90's thread.


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    Default Re: How did you come up with your forum name?

    By the way...my username is the name of my cat...Albert...he is also the subject of my avatar picture...the 'B' chain around his neck stands for Bertie...of course it has been lost and replaced a number of times.... I am only allowed to call him Bertie inside the house these days...at all other times it its 'Albert'...he thinks he is too big for cutsie kitten names now, especially around dusk when the neighbour cats like to hang out in the streets together in gangs, pretending to be tough.

    I think he might have issues....I have no idea how that happened.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert01 View Post
    By the way...my username is the name of my cat...Albert...he is also the subject of my avatar picture...his 'B' chain around his neck stands for Bertie...of course it has been lost and replaced a number of times....

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    He is very cute

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    Default How did you come up with your forum name?

    'Twoalready' means I have two kids already and I'm preggo with #3

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    Mine is a mash up of parts of mine, DD's and DS1's names. I like it too much to think of something new to include DS2 and DS3 as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert01 View Post
    By the way...my username is the name of my cat...Albert...he is also the subject of my avatar picture...the 'B' chain around his neck stands for Bertie...of course it has been lost and replaced a number of times.... I am only allowed to call him Bertie inside the house these days...at all other times it its 'Albert'...he thinks he is too big for cutsie kitten names now, especially around dusk when the neighbour cats like to hang out in the streets together in gangs, pretending to be tough.

    I think he might have issues....I have no idea how that happened.


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    Have to admit I thought you were a man for a bit as couldn't get my head around the male name...

    Mine is because I love Disney and a number as original was taken

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    My old username was too easily identifiable. I changed it not long after I lucked out on IVF attempt #6, thus declaring my uterus "as hostile as the Simpson Desert". Its a very tongue-in-cheek reference to my infertility and keeping a sense of humour is an important coping mechanism for me.

    ETA- I have really enjoyed reading all these back-stories
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