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03-08-2012 22:06 #11Senior Member
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03-08-2012 22:07 #12
Mickey The Microwave.
I was 27 before I found out that not everyone refers to their Microwave as the Mickey.
03-08-2012 22:27 #13
Dyson is James... because df is on a first name basis with "him" (James Dyson is the owner of Dyson vacuum cleaners)
And not an appliance but lately df has been saying things are "with harry"... and every single time it takes me 15 minutes to work out he means its under the stairs.
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03-08-2012 22:30 #14Senior Member
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At first I thought "who would name their appliances ??!!"
Then I remembered my old faithful Trudy the Kitchen Aid. She's such a help in the kitchen lol
03-08-2012 22:34 #15
The fridge is the 'coolerator', after a Chuck Berry song.
It's gotten to the point where DD wrote 'coolerator' under a picture of a fridge in her class, and I've asked a refrigerator repair man what it would cost to replace the compressor in the coolerator.
Sometimes I have trouble remembering it's original name.
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03-08-2012 22:41 #16
'Tom' is the name of our Tomtom. Very original, aren't we?!
03-08-2012 22:44 #17
Josie the iPad (Josephine when she's misbehaving).
Klaus the external hard drive.
Mac Daddy (my MacBook) and Daddy Mac (DP's MacBook)
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04-08-2012 10:44 #18
Our GPS is Samantha. I'm not really sure why or where it came from though
04-08-2012 12:15 #19
04-08-2012 12:34 #20
And not an appliance but lately df has been saying things are "with harry"... and every single time it takes me 15 minutes to work out he means its under the stairs. <br />
^^ this is brilliant!!
My GPS gets called Walter because I imagine him to be like a butler and I think Walter is a very butlerish name. Haha
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