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Old 11-18-2011, 11:02 AM
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Mine's pretty self explanatory. Sirname-Fusco, we're a family of 5.

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Bonita is the city where I live (actually Bonita Springs) and family seemed appropriate, but I actually used the name first on Cruise Critic.

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Gracie was one of my cats, she passed away last year. 65 is the year I was born.

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Josie Pie is the nickname one of my coworkers gave me maybe 15 years ago. Now, basically no one calls me by my actual name, but everyone knows me as Josie Pie.

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Here I thought you were nicknamed for Josie Pye - the archenemy of Anne of Green Gables. Next to Anne she's my favourite character!
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Here I thought you were nicknamed for Josie Pye - the archenemy of Anne of Green Gables. Next to Anne she's my favourite character!
Actually, you know, I think that's how it originated. My coworker was a fan of Anne, and because I was so UNlike Josie Pye, she started teasing me and calling me that way!

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I'm a bit of a mythology geek, especially abotu Nrose myths. The apocalypse myth in Norse mythology ( Ragnarok) has a wolf which is chained to a rokc which when its release basically eats the world.

The wolf's name is either Fenris or Fenrir.

So me being a huge nerd is the reaosn for my name

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Very creative Fenrir! Thanks for sharing and I for I for one do not think it is nerdy.

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Very creative Fenrir! Thanks for sharing and I for I for one do not think it is nerdy.
Ha :P

trust me it is nerdy. Awesome, but most definitely Nerdy = )

 

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