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SeekerSeekiing's avatar

Suggestions for "loser" to change his/her name to?

Asked by SeekerSeekiing (961points) August 26th, 2008

Mine is FinishStrong….

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SeekerSeekiing's avatar

Or ummmm….BeginAgain….

Poser's avatar

I think “Loser” is a good name. Of course, you’re pronouncing it wrong. It rhymes with “Poser.”

simone54's avatar

I went to school with a Mike Loser. (rhymes with Poser).

Randy's avatar

why not just call him what he wants? He picked his own name, right? Obviously that’s what he wants.

trudacia's avatar

frizzer? Kidding, I’m confused.. Why do you care what name “loser” chooses to use?

SuperMouse's avatar

As a former “SuperNutJob” I say Loser keeps his name.

gailcalled's avatar

Why is it our business? What should we change Seekerseekiing (did I spell that right?) to? Finderfindiing? Or, how about Weeperweepiing or—rim shot—Loserlosiing?

ladytmerie's avatar

How about loser.

gailcalled's avatar

Now there’s an idea.

loser's avatar

You guys… Ah shucks!

MacBean's avatar

My vote is for “awesomesauce.”

loser's avatar

Oh, now I’m blushing…

richardhenry's avatar

I quite like “loser”, for the irony. “Winner” is an option, if we ever want short and to the point.

gailcalled's avatar

Or “gainer” or “halfgainer,” if you want to take baby steps.

TheHaight's avatar

I like loser! But since loser has changed the avatar- I think his name should be “cutie”! :)

wildflower's avatar

This again? I like the irony of his name – and already offered my suggestion

Darknymph's avatar

Oooh, ooh it should be Winner! or hottie.

breedmitch's avatar

uberbatman. Oh wait, we’ve already got one. It’s very nice.

simone54's avatar

That would be really stupid anyway.

loser's avatar

I was thinking, “TheGuyFormallyKnownAsLoser”.

SeekerSeekiing's avatar

Hey, I like that…TGFKAL….good one!

Randy's avatar

How about just some strange symbol then?

trudacia's avatar

Halfreck (that’s for the Buffy lovers…tinyfaery?)

Knotmyday's avatar

Somethingcompletelydifferent.

As in “And now for…”

SeekerSeekiing's avatar

I’m becoming very fond of our little ‘oser!’

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