my name is an old song from leaders of the new school. Busta Rhymes used to end to some of his songs with the words "peace to the god" basically meaning peace be unto you. Since God was a name used in the early 90s like how someone would use the word dude now. guess its a nyc thing..
I got my name silverback during my freshman year of highschool. I was taking a weight training class and when i started i could only bench press like 100lbs. But I kept working at it and by the end of the year i could bench 230lbs, and some of the older kids starting calling me Silverback. (By the end of Senior year my max bench was 360lbs.)
I named my car shaniqua (Blackest girl name i could come up with) because shes black and curvy. My ex hated that name and decided to call her FAP instead...
and yes i mean fap as is in "fap"
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...so therefore I'm brown on the outside and white on the inside!
Me too! I'm half Mexican, quarter Thai and quarter Indian (dot, not feather) and grew up in Rapid City, SD...I'm probably more of a pinto bean...Brown skin, white-ish inside.
Penguinchit - I like things that make me laugh, but thought Retardedpeopledoingstupidthings was a bit too long, so my next best options was penguins. I like watching them waddle and fall. In fact, I'd love to have a pet penguin. And the chit is a tribute to my grandma. She's a cute, little Mexican lady and when she gets mad the says, "Aw chit!" Well, it's like a blend of cheet and chit.
growing up in the Bronx, NYC back in the mid/late 80's naturally i was into graffitii and tagging. i tagged Junebugz for the longest but wanted something shorter/quicker to write. So i used my nickname Jay, but put a twist by spelling it Jae. Stuck with me since.
my bday is April the 13th. actually born on a Friday the 13th...
chhh, chhh, chhh, chhh...
kill, kill, kill....
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"Riza" is my first name...When I was growing up, all the way through college and into the present when friends see me they would say "RIZA, MAN what's up dude?" or similar.
Also doubles for my superhero name, if I were to ever be one, I'd be "RIZAMAN". Of course my superpower would be my un-canny ability to resist the urge to mod my car.
@Brandon: I know where "Sideways" comes from, but what about "Tony-two-Tone"?
The Sideways is not just limited to car-based things. Just about everything I do is a bit "unique" from the things I say to fact that I wear old-school flight goggles on my head on the weekends. Oh, and of course, sometimes I drive like a maniac that's been lit on fire and in a rush to take a big sh!t whilst being chased by the police. You know, just for kicks. I yelled "b!tch, I'm sleep!" at a chick the other day because I was sleepy and she was being a b!tch. That'll learn her to not bother me.
"Two-Tone" was given to me by an Italian ex "organized crime" guy from Chicago that I worked with at Sears back in the day. We were talking lineage/ancestry and he found out that I'm mixed with Italian and Black (and Hebrew). I think he just added Tony on because it started with a T and it just sorta stuck.
I've had more nicknames growing up than I can remember. The Schmoo, Mr. Chewy Bite-ums, PayDay, World Famous, The Transporter, and Woo! are just a few.
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I like CHiPs...
Heh, I expected this from you.
2014 Mazda 6 i Touring 6MT
1996 Chevrolet Suburban LT
1981 Chevrolet Silverado RCLB (heh, try me)
Thanks for the sig, Hazmat!
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I used to DJ (still do) and MC a few years back so I've had a few nicknames... J Dubs, Dubs, Dub Rock. Seems like if you added "Rock" to anything in hip hop a few years back you had a nickname . It kinda progressed into Dub Rockwell because I "rock well" on the turntables. Kinda corny I guess but whatever LOL!
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