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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by MrPresident View Post
    My name is obvious.

    I tweet a lot.
    That was not directly obvious for me, but I like it, creative and funny
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    Quote Originally Posted by SumSum View Post
    That was not directly obvious for me, but I like it, creative and funny

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  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada View Post
    Being English, I think Aditi is just beautiful! As is Ashley, but Aditi is new and exotic
    Thanks Nevada and if you want you can call me Aditi when..... I was in Australia it was quite difficult for my friends to call me '' Aditi " They call it "Atiti " So I get annoyed I every time keeps telling that It's Aditi not Atiti !! So I got solution to be Ashley not Aditi....lol!

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  4. #24
    The dreadnought is a class of battleships that were heavily used in the early 20th century. The first of its kind, the HMS Dreadnought, belonging to the Royal Navy, was built in 1905. It revolutionized the way warships were built, so after the dreadnought was launched, all previous generations of warships were simply referred to as pre-dreadnoughts.

    The main features that made the dreadnought stand out were the uniform heavy-weaponry on board, unmatched by any other previous ships (which usually had a couple of large guns, plus a bunch of small ones), and the steam turbine propulsion, which made it the fastest ship in the world at that time.

    The HMS Dreadnought is also the only (confirmed) battleship that sunk a submarine.

    And here it is, in all its glory:



    The name itself, dreadnought, comes from archaic English and it means a fearless person.

    I chose this name mainly because i like warships, and because it fit well with my regatta racing style from about a year ago. Now, if i would have to update it so it would reflect my current racing style, i'd have to find the name of an old defective paddle boat, the kind you would find in some decommissioned amusement park.
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  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by dreadnought View Post
    The dreadnought is a class of battleships that were heavily used in the early 20th century. The first of its kind, the HMS Dreadnought, belonging to the Royal Navy, was built in 1905. It revolutionized the way warships were built, so after the dreadnought was launched, all previous generations of warships were simply referred to as pre-dreadnoughts.
    Interesting I did not know this .

    Quote Originally Posted by dreadnought View Post
    The name itself, dreadnought, comes from archaic English and it means a fearless person.
    I found your name very interesting. I inferred along the lines of do not dread , so a little off, but close .
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreadnought View Post
    The dreadnought is a class of battleships that were heavily used in the early 20th century. The first of its kind, the HMS Dreadnought, belonging to the Royal Navy, was built in 1905. It revolutionized the way warships were built, so after the dreadnought was launched, all previous generations of warships were simply referred to as pre-dreadnoughts.

    The main features that made the dreadnought stand out were the uniform heavy-weaponry on board, unmatched by any other previous ships (which usually had a couple of large guns, plus a bunch of small ones), and the steam turbine propulsion, which made her the fastest ship in the world at that time.

    The HMS Dreadnought is also the only (confirmed) battleship that sunk a submarine.

    And here she is, in all its glory:



    The name itself, dreadnought, comes from archaic English and it means a fearless person.

    I chose this name mainly because i like warships, and because it fit well with my regatta racing style from about a year ago. Now, if i would have to update it so it would reflect my current racing style, i'd have to find the name of an old defective paddle boat, the kind you would find in some decommissioned amusement park.
    Dreadnought is a great name . I had read that the dreadnought was the predominant type of battleship in the early 20th century .
    BTW : U have got a nice avatar . Like dreadnought is battleship name then what is your Avatar name ?
    My Avatar name is Dark Gengar ( it is a name of pokemon ) .
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  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by dreadnought View Post

    ....The name itself, dreadnought, comes from archaic English and it means a fearless person.

    I chose this name mainly because i like warships, and because it fit well with my regatta racing style from about a year ago. Now, if i would have to update it so it would reflect my current racing style, i'd have to find the name of an old defective paddle boat, the kind you would find in some decommissioned amusement park.
    Hilarious, Dreadnought is definitely more impressive than some poor defective paddleboat

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    Dreadnought is... BOATY MCBOATFACE!!!

    ETA: For anyone unaware: we launched a new scientific Explorer ship, and gave the public the chance to suggest and vote on what it should be named. Amid famous explorers and the like, someone suggested Boaty McBoatface as a laugh, and it won! (In votes. I don't think it was actually used).
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  9. #29
    Most Moderator names are scary.

    It's true...believe me.


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  10. #30
    I love all the thought everyone put into their names.

    My name comes from a combination of my in game town name: Garden Grove- which I chose because the neighborhood I grew up in was called the The Grove and adding in the garden part just sounded so nice. As well as a nod to my Grandmother whose name was Virginia and of course it just so happens that’s also my middle name. Maybe not the most original but yeup that’s me.
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