Bitchy Michy (I LIKE this one)
Mushy Tushy (I’m working on getting rid of this one)
Missle Fart :eek:
Elle (Hey! This used to be my screen name!)
and, last but not least…
There were a ton more for Michelle, but they were just too stupid to mention.
Fe Fi Fo Fum - yes
Fifi - yes & much hated (sounds like a french poodle. spit, spit, spit!)
Fauna - huh?
Fi - usual (said “fee” not like “fie on you sir!”)
Piddle-iona - another huh?
In addition to theirs, a friend used to call me finona when he was too young it right.
Brooke Shields (yep. See if hearing THAT your whole life doesn’t give you an insecurity complex.)
Brooke the Crook
Brookis the Wookis (my favorite)
Creek (sometimes Crick)
And they forgot the perpetual favorite: Brook Trout. Blech.
this is the write up my name got from another Suzette…
WHAT??? What the hell does “Sucesos” even mean? The only nickname I ever got as a kid was “Smurfette”, which never was said more then once. Nowadays I’m Zette to about everyone, and no one calls me any other nickname.
Oh, and I’ve been told it sounds like a stripper name. Nice, huh?
Allen Wrench - Used in reference to a type of wrench.
Big Al - Nickname of famous Chicago gangster, Alphonse (Al) Capone.
However, I note that they forgot my personal favorite, Big Gay Al. Hmmmm…maybe it will make next years list!
Oh, I love Allen Wrench. Wow, that’s a witty one! Hope that one doesn’t stick!
Mark the Nark - Once or twice in high school, and true. Mawkie - Not teasingly Marpoo - Nope Marred -Nope Marsupial Soup - Huh? Marco Polo - On occasion Kram - Not often Markie - Yup, but I don’t mind it so much Marky Moose - I wish! Markle - Once or twice Marky Mark - ALL THE FREAKIN’ TIME Markeeta - Nope Mark, Mark, the Big Fat Fart - Appropriate, but no. Marky Larky - No Marky Barky - No Marky Mapo - Huh?
Actually, most common nicknames for me are Marcus Aurelius (spelling?), which I get all the time, and Big Guy, which is obviously not name related. One interesting thing about Big Guy is that it is not language specific. I work for a Japanese company and people I don’t know will call me Big Guy if they forget my name. It happened in Germany, too.
Mickey Mouse - never heard this one
Michael Michael Motorcycle - heard this one
Mike the dyke - never heard this one
Michael the Psycho - never heard this one
Mike 'n Ike - heard this one
Mikey - a really good way to get me to ignore you
Miki - never heard this one
Michelle - I was almost named Michelle as I was expected to be a girl
Michael Schmichael - heard this one
Mickey Doodle - never heard this one
Mikey-do - never heard this one
Except for “Mikey,” I don’t mind any of the nicknames.
Okay, my name was relatively tame, sure they included Liliputian, but that’s to be expected. I decided to search my sister’s name next, and I’m just wondering if anyone could explain to me how or why Herbert would be a nickname for Sara. Definitely has me stumped.
*Sha-na-na - Used in reference to a 1980’s television show.
*Shan-man or Shan The Man(by my Dad)
Shannon Bo Bannon
*I was called these when younger, mostly by family, sort of terms of endearment. And since my middle name is Lee, Chandelier was used a lot.