weldoninhio Registered User
#151

Sky King said:
Nothing otther than my surname (which most people assumed was a nickname). I didn't mind at all.

There was a kid in.my year with huge lips.

They called him 'apocalypse'.

Heh.


If they’d had big teeth too they could have called them a-capall-lips

Capall, Irish for horse. Not sure if I’ve spelled it right.

Grayson Registered User
#152

Sgt Hartman said:
Bugs Bunny because I had prominent teeth. My teeth are nice and straight now


Snap.

Also had names because I was born in the UK and lived in the middle east as a kid.

Grayson Registered User
#153

pistolpetes11 said:
Thunder Tits


And coincidentally you're a mod in weather

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keano_afc Registered User
#154

Hotblack Desiato said:
We're going to go out of our way (literally) and make sure that when our kids go to secondary, it won't be in a sex abuser school

The effect of this is that my wife will have to stay out of work for years to come, ferrying them between school and home

it's easier of course to allow them to be brainwashed, segregated by gender, and groomed for sexual abuse in the local catholic schools. That's what they're counting on.


I nearly cut myself on the edginess of this. Warn a guy.

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jimmy180sx Registered User
#155

An English bastard.....looking back on it they were probably right.

....... Registered User
#156

There was person with the surname of Cunningham in my school who was commonly called "Sly Rasher".

I was called Ear Lingus - no explanation required.

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Hotblack Desiato Registered User
#157

keano_afc said:
Warn a guy.


21Savage Registered User
#158

NinetyTwoTeam said:
I went to high school in the States, there was all the stereotypical cliques and a lot of bullying. In fact, it was literally the school the movie Mean Girls was based on, Tina Fey who wrote it went there also.

There was a girl in my year who had a sort of wide face, a pug nose and wild frizzy ginger hair. She got called 'Troll' all through the 3 years she was there, in reference to the troll dolls that were popular back then, and was teased all the time.

The summer before Senior year, she got very ill and felt so cold or so hot she got in the bath to either warm up or cool down. Her mother found her dead in the bath.

I wish I could say that this made people in the school reconsider or feel bad about bullying, but it didn't seem like anyone cared tbh.

I still think about her, how awful it must have been to be treated like that and then your life just gets cut short before you even get a chance to escape it and be treated like a human being.

RIP Kelly.


That's actually horrible. Reminds me of the Taylor Swift song 'Mean'

Hotblack Desiato Registered User
#159

keano_afc said:
I nearly cut myself on the edginess of this. Warn a guy.


Still in denial I see. Ask your local bishop why he's still covering up for child abusers, and why this makes him a fit and proper person to control schools.

SimonTemplar Registered User
#160

When I was in school, I was called shorty because I was only 5 foot 3.
I'm now a fully grown adult and I am a towering 5 foot 4. Ha, I showed them!

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Sharknose Registered User
#161

I started school at the age of 7 in the then little village of Duleek, 3 miles from our house in the country. My mother bought me an old time leather schoolbag, which I carried strapped on my back. My mother would give me sandwiches and milk in a screw topped bottle for my lunch. One day I was standing in the main street by the church wall, waiting for my lift home, I did not know that my milk bottle, still only half empty, had leaked, and the milk was dripping on the ground behind me. Two of the brassiest sixth class girls happened to be passing by. "Howya" they shouted, howling with laughter, "Is your micky drippin ?"

Micky Drippin. That was my name until we moved house and school a year or so later.

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Pintman Paddy Losty Registered User
#162

Ha! Been a while since I was in school. We had great nicknames for lads though.

Called one lad bruce (as in batman) because his parents had died when he was young.

Another young lad called Chernobyl because he was such a disaster. Thicko could barely spell. Dropped out before the inter-cert. Even a couple of the teachers called him Chernobyl!

Little lad on crutches we used to call tiny tim or else Skippy.

Can't remember them all now. Very funny though.

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AllForIt Registered User
#163

Pintman Paddy Losty said:
Ha! Been a while since I was in school. We had great nicknames for lads though.

Called one lad bruce (as in batman) because his parents had died when he was young.

Another young lad called Chernobyl because he was such a disaster. Thicko could barely spell. Dropped out before the inter-cert. Even a couple of the teachers called him Chernobyl!

Little lad on crutches we used to call tiny tim or else Skippy.

Can't remember them all now. Very funny though.


Can't really get into the funny side of what your saying. Did you ever consider that the reason he left school was because ya'll picked on him. I can't believe their is anyone incapable of spelling. Actually I think your post is pretty disgusting.

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justfillmein Registered User
#164

Pintman Paddy Losty said:
Called one lad bruce (as in batman) because his parents had died when he was young.


speechless

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wakka12 Registered User
#165

Pintman Paddy Losty said:
Ha! Been a while since I was in school. We had great nicknames for lads though.

Called one lad bruce (as in batman) because his parents had died when he was young.

Another young lad called Chernobyl because he was such a disaster. Thicko could barely spell. Dropped out before the inter-cert. Even a couple of the teachers called him Chernobyl!

Little lad on crutches we used to call tiny tim or else Skippy.

Can't remember them all now. Very funny though.


The others are fine but is the batman thing not a bit much? I can't imagine many things more traumatic that could happen to a person in their life than losing both parents as children, I don't see how I could ever be on such good fun jokey terms with somebody in those circumstances to ever make a joke about it, even when i was 12

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