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  1. #31
    Darryl
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    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Crestcutter came about because i own a 18 foot 7 Caribbean Crestcutter.

    Darryl.

  2. #32

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Good topic Choppa, had often wondered where they all came from.

    Mine, ONERABBIT, is ONE=single, RABBIT=parent, rabbits being a great breeder, I"m also born in the year of the rabbit, 1963.

    Muzz

  3. #33

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    blaze by shortening my surname
    blazely
    got it when I was a firery for a few years.
    cheers
    blaze

  4. #34

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Good topic choppa, I get mine because my last name is Nolte and so everyone calls me Nick after the actor, and 1971 comes from the year I was hatched.

    Cheers

    Nick

  5. #35

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    I am a psychic medium and spiritual healer . The word Shaman denotes a person who practises spiritual healing, sort of a medicine man. Unfortunately I can't predict the fish I'm gonna get or the Lotto results.
    Oh and the spirits i use do include bourban and beer. YUM

  6. #36

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Hi-Yo,

    well I do 99% of my fishing alone... hence the lone ranger thing

    decided to get the current boat in mercury silver...my trusty steed

    So...... Hi-Yo Silver away

    cheers

    steven
    Cheers

    Steven

  7. #37

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    my handle comes from the boat i ran as deckie with my old man. BARFLY. if i could write a book on some of the trips this boat did;and the fish that come over her sides it would have you all in stiches. so i thougt it was a good handle.NOTHING TO DO with the amount of beers it would to tell these stories. cheers barfly

  8. #38

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Used the fact that the boat I owned at the time was a dehavilland that was made in 1956. Positively ancient for a tinny !

  9. #39

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Got mine from growing up in the Gilligans Island era.
    Was looking for a 'handle' skipper gone so I chose skippa instead.


    although Maryanne reckons I should be called Gilligan ...


    Cheers,
    Tony
    Light travels faster than sound, that's why some people seem Bright ...... untill they speak

  10. #40

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    What a great post. [smiley=2thumbsup.gif] Ok I'm ready to fess up. Back in the 70's I worked in the Post Office and was required to wear suit, collar and tie. Not a prob during the week, but Sat noon when I knocked off to go to the pub with mates, not so good. Used to turn in bag of fruit and everyone else was in jeans. Bones used to announce as loud as possible " here's dashing Daryl". It later got shortened to dasher and has stuck. [smiley=2thumbsup.gif] Sorry to all you members that thought it had something to do with a red nose and a reindeer.

  11. #41
    bidkev
    Guest

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Quote Originally Posted by dasher
    <snip>

    Sorry to all you members that thought it had something to do with a red nose and a reindeer.
    Thought it had something to do with you always having the squits

    kev

    America is a country which produces citizens who will cross the ocean to fight for democracy but won't cross the street to vote.

  12. #42

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Quote Originally Posted by kingtin
    [quote author=dasher link=1145617373/30#39 date=1145774955]<snip>

    Sorry to all you members that thought it had something to do with a red nose and a reindeer.
    Thought it had something to do with you always having the squits

    kev

    America is a country which produces citizens who will cross the ocean to fight for democracy but won't cross the street to vote.
    [/quote]




  13. #43
    Darryl
    Guest

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from



    " here's dashing Daryl".


    I can relate to that.

    Darryl...

  14. #44

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Great thread mine comes from an amalgamation of my name TERRY (tezza) and my wifes MARILYN (mazza) together MAZTEZ ...just celebrated 37 years of wedded bliss ( ya only get 20years for murder)
    cheers Terry
    Cheers Tezza

  15. #45

    Re: has anyone asked where your handle comes from

    Dasher,

    You said that back in the 70's "You worked in the Post Office".

    Shouldn't that have read "You were employed in the Post Office"?


    TOL

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