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118. Posted by MelesMeles (Full Member 137 posts) 11y

Meles Meles stands for badger in Latin. My friends used to call me badger some time ago, 'cos at one point my favourite beer was Badger Beer. ;)

119. Posted by arancia (Inactive 426 posts) 11y

Arancia - this means Orange in Italian, I chose this name because i went through a phase of loving and constantly wearing orange coloured clothes - my sister nicknamed me Arancia.

Good job i didn't wear yellow clothes - somehow being called a lemon doesn't have the same ring to it does it?

Quoting chrisavfc

Aston Villa Football Club!

the pride of the midlands!

- Chris your obviously mistaken, The pride and joy of the Midlands is WOLVES!!!!

120. Posted by cikusang (Respected Member 1361 posts) 11y

ciku = my nick name; ciku is a kind of juicy tropical fruit. As most of you do not know what is ciku is all about, so I attach a few links showing the picture of ciku:
1.http://toptropicals.com/pics/garden/fruit/2771s.jpg
2.http://www.malaysia.or.kr/national/images/ciku1.jpg
3.http://www.agri.upm.edu.my/~obh/buah/ciku.gif

I used to 'steal' the ciku fruits when I lived in village (kampung) years ago. So one day I was caught by the owner and he brought me to my parents complaining how his fruits were almost gone stolen because of me! "Bring him more ciku as my kid likes ciku so much!" That's my mum's answer.

I still remember how my mum protect me at that moment. (Thanks, mum)
So I give myself a nick name "Ciku" until now as a remembrance of my dearest mum - how she loves me in such a way...

Sang - the first word I learnt in Japanese class: say my surname is Lee, so normally Japanese would greet me as "Lee-sang"...

I think that explains my username "cikusang" - a nick name which I am proud of, always and forever.

Lee

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