Real-life username examples: simpleman, Niceguy, average Joe, funmale What’s with this guy? He has given no thought to the risk of posting his name and occupation and photos online—making him incredibly vulnerable to identity theft.
He can’t afford to take you out on a date, because he doesn’t have a job.when i was younger i used to work as a teleamarketer (hearing the cat calls now) and we had an office joke to see who could find the funniest name.... now some of the names were funny...1.dickie snapper2hardon3.peter pecker now i was wonderin if you folks had some funny names in your phone book around your area... check it out write back There's quite a few funny names of clients we have at work. His wife, also a Dr.-same clinic did some of the paps. He is arrogant and delusional about where his faults lie.Don’t expect him to ask you too many questions about yourself. Look for references to: bland, insipid adjectives to describe oneself.This is incredibly helpful for weeding people out and focusing on the ones who are looking for whatever you're looking for.Sure, profile pictures are important but they can't tell you much about their personality, living situation, and reading/writing abilities like someone's username can.If you're looking for fireworks, this isn't your guy. Look for references to: spelling errors and/or unintentional ambiguity.Real-life username examples: Not Waisting Life, fungyy, Thankyouforaskin What’s with this guy? Flowers (I'm serious and he really WAS gay, one of the coolest teachers I've ever had too). My step dad often introduces himself as Phil Mc Krackin, but that's not his name There's a man in the phonebook here named Charles P. I used to get checks in the mail from him when I worked at the newspaper.