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StarLab
2004-Dec-29, 02:54 AM
Alright...

Since Chook has a nickname for each 'n every one of us, let's have a nickname for Chook:

anything to do with a white kangaroo (as Jimmy so accurately described him) would for sure suffice. ;)

jimmy
2004-Dec-29, 07:25 AM
starlab, what a great idea;we have to put our heads together for this one.
Any suggestions( aside from Weaslebunny's "Chookie Wooky), man that was sick!

kashi
2004-Dec-29, 09:07 AM
Turkey... (you have to have seen the film Murial's Wedding to get that)

StarLab
2004-Dec-29, 04:17 PM
Actually I like your original description of a white kangaroo.

Oops, gotta sneeze:

Ahh-Choook! ;)

StarLab
2004-Dec-29, 11:29 PM
Really? :rolleyes: Chook, how could you :( - you forgot the apostrophe! :o

jimmy
2004-Dec-30, 05:43 AM
OK, I think I got it fellas, a mixture of Rooster and kangaroo would be Kangarooster; and a mix or blend of red and white is Pink!!!, so Chook is now the Pink Kangarooster!!!!!
What do you all think?

Planetwatcher
2004-Dec-30, 06:33 AM
How 'bout Chook-a-roo?

StarLab
2004-Dec-30, 07:46 AM
Pinkanga? Short and concise and simple. ;)

Planetwatcher
2004-Dec-30, 08:49 AM
OMG :rolleyes: :lol:

jimmy
2004-Dec-30, 01:27 PM
Originally posted by Chook@Dec 30 2004, 02:58 AM
Well - I'll go along with that if StarLab agrees to RATBALLS (instead of Rat's ball).
Agreed? :D :lol: :)
:lol: :lol: :lol: Funny, mate. Where do you come up with them? :lol: :lol: :lol:

StarLab
2004-Dec-30, 05:16 PM
WOW, RATBALLS...I feel such like a mammal. ;)

ChromeStar
2004-Dec-30, 07:20 PM
If he's Pink why not just call him Floyd? :D :huh:

StarLab
2004-Dec-31, 04:21 PM
What next!? Choobacca? (Chooby for short?)

damienpaul
2005-Jan-01, 12:07 AM
Monkey-man?

rahuldandekar
2005-Jan-01, 07:29 AM
Starlab, I go with Chook-a-roo and Chooby.

Wait a second, ain't Chook a nickname? What's the real name, Chookie-Wookie ?
:D

bossman20081
2005-Jan-01, 07:54 AM
Originally posted by Chook@Dec 29 2004, 05:50 PM
Very funny RAT'S BALL!! :P

("StarLab" mixed and add an L :D :lol: )
Only you, chook, would see that. :lol: Although ratballs does sound better ;)


Sorry, I dont have any to add, but Im lovin this thread...

damienpaul
2005-Jan-01, 09:04 AM
chunky-monkey?

me monkey man? nah i am godzilla on a bad hair day...and thats MR. godzilla on a bad hair day to you!

StarLab
2005-Jan-01, 05:31 PM
CHUNKY! :lol: Good one Dame! :P

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-01, 05:48 PM
More then Chuncky :huh:

http://www.smh.com.au/ffxImage/urlpicture_id_1069522538175_2003/11/24/240gorilla,0.jpg

he's pink aint he? :D :P

jimmy
2005-Jan-01, 07:10 PM
Oh My God!!!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
Some artist captured Chook in exact detail! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Spacemad
2005-Jan-01, 07:39 PM
The "fungus" you picked up in my greenhouse is spreading - eh, Chooky? Now itīs not just on your face but spreading all over your body!!! :P :D :lol: (Itīs even made the hair on your head grow!! :P

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-02, 11:12 AM
Here: :D :P

http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/bb/berman/images/mole_rat.jpg

StarLab
2005-Jan-02, 05:42 PM
Well, yes I do have a big mouth. :P :D Thanx for reminding me. <_< :rolleyes:

jimmy
2005-Jan-02, 05:47 PM
:lol: LMAO :lol: You guys are killing me&#33;&#33;&#33; :lol:

VanderL
2005-Jan-02, 06:25 PM
Hey guys, missed this thread, what about Chabberwooky?
Maybe there&#39;s even an image somewhere...related to the Jabberwock (http://www.jabberwocky.com/carroll/jabber/jabberwocky.html) (the cuddly variety).

Cheers.

Tinaa
2005-Jan-02, 08:30 PM
Perhaps chook is kin to the infamous Jubjub bird?

StarLab
2005-Jan-02, 09:09 PM
Chooby, anyone?

VanderL
2005-Jan-02, 10:45 PM
Perhaps chook is kin to the infamous Jubjub bird?

Chooby, anyone?

Pictures please&#33;:P

Repeat Chook&#39;s name several times and you get a real woo-woo, leaving the station.

Cheers.

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-03, 05:47 PM
Dana... Dana.... Dana....

http://ewancient.lysator.liu.se/pic/art/b/r/brynni/jabberwocky.jpg

Ahhhhhhhhh&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33; chook on the lose :D :lol: :P

VanderL
2005-Jan-03, 06:46 PM
Great stuff Chromestar, this and especially "Chunkey" take the cake imo.

Cheers.

rahuldandekar
2005-Jan-04, 06:53 AM
How about Chooklate ? Maybe " No. 717 ", "Nicknames" ( as he makes up nicknames for everyone. How about it, Nicknames?

alfchemist
2005-Jan-04, 08:17 AM
You&#39;re a genius,Chook, coming up with "Rat&#39;sball"&#33; :D
So, starlab, how do you call a genuis white kangaroo? ;)

damienpaul
2005-Jan-04, 01:33 PM
unmentionables.....true..so very true...and so very accurate :blink:

good one monkey-chunks :P

StarLab
2005-Jan-04, 04:58 PM
Genius White kangaroo...dunno...genius white humans do not exist either...


Let&#39;s play with profanity, eh, Fook (Chook)?

damienpaul
2005-Jan-05, 04:14 AM
send it to fraser&#33;

damienpaul
2005-Jan-05, 11:26 PM
awww poor chooky fooky wooky chunky funky monkey :P (see no profanity&#33;)

StarLab
2005-Jan-05, 11:38 PM
Yeah, so what clever name for Chook have you got, Dame?

damienpaul
2005-Jan-05, 11:47 PM
funky monkey

Spacemad
2005-Jan-06, 09:03 AM
Well, he always "monkeying" around&#33; :P

He loves to make an "Ape" of himself&#33; :P

I bet he&#39;s often up to "monkey business"&#33; :P We&#39;d have to ask Rosa about that though.

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-06, 07:49 PM
Thats it Space mad you&#39;re a genius :D

Morees as in marsupalumi,the cartoon, anyone seen that Big gorllia he&#39;s morrees.

i can&#39;t find a pic <_<

it&#39;s my nickname at school apart from many others. :lol:

StarLab
2005-Jan-06, 07:52 PM
Morees Actually that gives me an idea: why not call Chook "Morris?"

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-06, 07:54 PM
Why? :huh:

damienpaul
2005-Jan-07, 11:16 AM
i&#39;ve been called worse oh funky chicken monkey... :P

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-07, 06:05 PM
Wat up Ape ;) :D

Here (http://www.evolutionhappens.net/orangutan_2.jpg)

yeah&#33;

jimmy
2005-Jan-08, 01:34 PM
I think Planetwatcher had it with Chookeroo. Half chicken-half kangaroo&#33; :lol:

damienpaul
2005-Jan-08, 02:02 PM
hey Chromestar...how did you get a hold of a pic of my ex????

but then again the resemblance to chookaroo-monkey-dung is quite startling&#33;

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-08, 03:04 PM
Just kidding wit ya chook ;)

And daimen... ;) :huh:

jimmy
2005-Jan-08, 10:08 PM
Hey chookaroo monkey dung&#33; Yeah damo, that&#39;s got a nice ring to it. :lol:

StarLab
2005-Jan-08, 10:13 PM
Yes, nice...but long...we need something shorter than &#39;Chook&#39;...how about Chic...as in &#39;retro chic.&#39;

jimmy
2005-Jan-08, 10:36 PM
Retro chick&#33; yeah Ratsba......I mean StarLab. That really is a good one.

StarLab
2005-Jan-08, 11:12 PM
Thank you for refraining yourself, Jimmy.;) :rolleyes: :D

The consequences would have been immeasurable. :ph34r: :P :o :unsure: B)

jimmy
2005-Jan-08, 11:40 PM
I know, that&#39;s why I held back. Up till now, I&#39;ve been relatively safe. I hope we can keep it that way. :)

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-09, 08:23 AM
You can&#39;t tell me you&#39;re scared or StarLab Jimmy :D :lol:

I bet the worst he could do is give you rabies :D :lol: B) :P

jimmy
2005-Jan-09, 01:24 PM
Yes I am Chromestar, I saw those teeth in that photo of Ratballs you posted. Yikes&#33;&#33;&#33;

StarLab
2005-Jan-09, 04:04 PM
Actually, my Jewish heritage has made me quite a professional at guilt-tripping...so you better watch out lest you taste the essense of shame. :D :P

Spacemad
2005-Jan-10, 11:30 AM
Originally posted by Chook@Jan 9 2005, 02:55 AM
:D :lol: :P

For once you&#39;ve left "Chookaroo" speechless&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33; :P :D :lol: I couldn&#39;t belive it&#33;&#33; :blink: :rolleyes:

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-10, 07:04 PM
RAT BALLS, RAT BALLS, nana na nana :P

:D :rolleyes: B) :lol:

StarLab
2005-Jan-10, 07:09 PM
OK, dirty Chrome, that&#39;s just...not cool. <_<




You&#39;re lucky this isn&#39;t a guilt trip.

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-10, 07:30 PM
Just kiding StarLab&#33;

I&#39;m sorry i take that back&#33;&#33;&#33; :unsure: :D

damienpaul
2005-Jan-11, 12:58 PM
that was kind of funy, my beard bristled with mirth

Spacemad
2005-Jan-12, 01:37 AM
Originally posted by damienpaul@Jan 11 2005, 12:58 PM
that was kind of funy, my beard bristled with mirth

That must have been quite a sight&#33;&#33;&#33; :P :D :lol:

Duane
2005-Jan-12, 01:57 AM
Pray tell, how does one cause one&#39;s beard to bristle? My arm hairs bristle, but me thinks that is not the same thing.

jimmy
2005-Jan-12, 04:11 AM
my arm hairs bristle too, but there&#39;s no mirth to be found&#33; :P

damienpaul
2005-Jan-12, 04:13 AM
In the similar way that Tim T&#39;s beard bristled.....

almost like an electric current...not from the Electric Universe&#33;&#33;&#33; :P

Duane
2005-Jan-12, 04:51 AM
In the similar way that Tim T&#39;s beard bristled.....


Ha&#33; :D

Spacemad
2005-Jan-12, 10:22 AM
I think we are guilty of digressing&#33;&#33;&#33; :P

ahrenjb
2005-Jan-12, 09:43 PM
:lol: HAHAHAHahahahaaaaa, :D
I feel like I&#39;m barging in on your conversation but I cant resist. Your little feud has left me with sore sides. But while considering some of the names I do like to single out "chookaroo" :P , but before this roast is over something better will probably emerge :D . And hello to you RatBalls&#33; :lol:

Spacemad
2005-Jan-13, 10:12 AM
:D That&#39;s settled then, from now on we call you Chookaroo & you call me MadSpace&#33;&#33; :P

jimmy
2005-Jan-13, 01:10 PM
how about Made in Lupa?

StarLab
2005-Jan-13, 04:26 PM
I liked the U-plain-dame, and just regular Dame.

bossman20081
2005-Jan-13, 07:05 PM
I hate to ask, but...

Whats my nickname?

StarLab
2005-Jan-13, 07:56 PM
the Rhude one? :P

Boomboss? :lol:

Bosswoman? :D




Ratballs has two L&#39;s. Has anyone thought of RatSlab instead?

jimmy
2005-Jan-14, 12:14 AM
Hang on assbomn 00182, I&#39;m sure Chookaroo will come up with some anagram. :lol:

Sorry Starlab, but Ratballs is better.

Spacemad
2005-Jan-14, 09:00 AM
What about a nickname for Jimmy? Damo & I were talking about it yesterday with him & I suggested "Hendrix" which both accepted&#33; :)

Who else hasnīt got a nickname? ;)

rahuldandekar
2005-Jan-14, 10:02 AM
For Damien, How about Alice in Barooga? A little long, but good.

damienpaul
2005-Jan-14, 12:01 PM
i LIKE it&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;

jimmy
2005-Jan-14, 12:52 PM
mE TOO, Alice in Barooga. :lol:

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-14, 06:59 PM
Ooh me, me, I have&#39;nt got one :D ;)

Hendrix does&#39;nt sound to bad

jimmy
2005-Jan-15, 04:17 PM
Hmmmmm..... a whole day and no reply, chook must be thinking up a good one Chromestar.

bossman20081
2005-Jan-15, 04:28 PM
Originally posted by StarLab@Jan 13 2005, 04:26 PM
the Rhude one? :P


Thr Rhude one.... I like it&#33;

Hey Damo, what happened to your signatature?

Spacemad
2005-Jan-15, 07:52 PM
Chromestar - how about "Speedy "? :) :P You know for your ship that brought you so fast to us on Mars & then took you for a trip around the asteriod belt&#33;

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-16, 11:43 AM
Hmm..... :D I Like it B)

Spacemad
2005-Jan-16, 12:04 PM
So "Speedy" it is&#33;&#33;&#33;

ChromeStar
2005-Jan-16, 12:06 PM
It is :D :lol:

Spacemad
2005-Jan-16, 12:14 PM
Speedy reply, Speedy&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;:D

Anybody else need help with a new nickname?

damienpaul
2005-Jan-16, 12:28 PM
we are doing well here&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;

In the absence of Chookaroo, btw, Where is Chook&#33;?

we have taken up steam

jimmy
2005-Jan-16, 01:07 PM
As another member suggested, I think Fred is a great neckname for Fraser. :lol:

damienpaul
2005-Jan-16, 02:55 PM
i like i like&#33;

StarLab
2005-Jan-16, 05:59 PM
Great name, but its origination is an anomaly.

"Fred" is what Josie_1 accidentally called Fraser in the Introduce Yourselves string.


But I like&#33; :lol:

Ola D.
2005-Jan-16, 06:54 PM
Fred.. Hehe that&#39;s funny&#33; :lol:

BTW, Damo and Spacemad gave me nickname, it&#39;s "wavy" LOL

damienpaul
2005-Jan-17, 08:54 AM
Have fun chookaroo....well you guys can mess with my other nickname - barbarian

Ola D.
2005-Jan-17, 11:03 AM
No, it&#39;s wavy because "Ola" means "waves" in Spanish. It&#39;s the first time I know that :)

ahrenjb
2005-Jan-17, 05:12 PM
Ola also is used as "hello", Or "greetings&#39;&#39; in the spanish language, depending on pronunciation.

Spacemad
2005-Jan-17, 10:10 PM
Originally posted by ahrenjb@Jan 17 2005, 05:12 PM
Ola also is used as "hello", Or "greetings&#39;&#39; in the spanish language, depending on pronunciation.

What you say is true, ahrenjb, at least in the pronunciation, because it&#39;s written with a "H": "Hola", whereas if you write it without "H" it refers to a wave (normally in water but also in the hair or when a crowd at a football match stands up & then sits down again. It has nothing to do with the verb "to wave" in English)

Quote Chook:

Does "Wavy" for Ola D refer to the hair? (I didn&#39;t think we could see it in the photo of her. Beaut photo though&#33; Maybe Antoniseb noticed it when dancing and passed the word on. :P )

<span style='font-size:9pt;line-height:100%'>You will have to ask her about that, Chook&#33; :)</span>

jimmy
2005-Jan-19, 01:15 AM
So, is it correct to say, "Hola, Ola"? ;)

Ola D.
2005-Jan-19, 07:22 PM
I can imagine how it would be if I go to Spain :)

Quote Spacemad:

You will have to ask her about that, Chook&#33;
Oh, it&#39;s actually black and more straight. I guess this makes me not very wavy :P

Spacemad
2005-Jan-20, 09:35 AM
Originally posted by jimmy@Jan 19 2005, 01:15 AM
So, is it correct to say, "Hola, Ola"? ;)

Not really, Hendrix. You see, Ola isn&#39;t a person&#39;s name in Spanish (though we know a lady from Ireland called Ola - which was amusing to us because, as I said earlier, "ola" in Spanish means "wave" &#33;) So, for a Spaniard, it would be like saying "Hello, wave"&#33; :P :D

Once a Spaniard knows itīs a personīs name in another language, then, while sounding strange, they could say "Hola, Ola&#33;" (As weīve become accustomed to saying "Hello, Ola&#33;" to our friend from Ireland&#33;)

Ola (Wavy), though your hair may be black & straight as you say it is quite common in English to greet someone with a word or two that are just the opposite of what they are really like, for example : "Shorty" for a bloke 2 metres tall&#33; :D (There is a name for that sort of thing but I canīt think of it now.) So "Wavy" for you would be quite appropriate&#33; :P

jimmy
2005-Jan-20, 11:27 PM
Originally posted by Ola D.@Jan 19 2005, 02:22 PM
I can imagine how it would be if I go to Spain :)

Quote Spacemad:

You will have to ask her about that, Chook&#33;
Oh, it&#39;s actually black and more straight. I guess this makes me not very wavy :P
Yeah Ola, You would be thinking "Why is everybody calling my name?", when all they would be doing is saying Hello&#33; :lol:

Spacemad
2005-Jan-21, 09:19 AM
Also consider Damo&#39;s nickname "Barbie" - can you imagine it&#33; (The Barbie doll & Damo couldnīt be more different, could they? :P )

damienpaul
2005-Jan-21, 10:08 AM
no comment....:P

Spacemad
2005-Jan-21, 07:58 PM
What, Damo, no sense of humour today? :P :D

damienpaul
2005-Jan-22, 01:18 AM
:lol: it&#39;s still there Spacemaid.....Cannot think of a comeback just yet...:P

StarLab
2005-Jan-22, 01:34 AM
Actually Spacemaid, I think your name has a closer connotation to an astronaut doll that the nickname "Dame." Sorry, tough luck.

rahuldandekar
2005-Jan-22, 03:38 AM
Damien, how about Baroogarian.

damienpaul
2005-Jan-22, 03:44 AM
I like it&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;

StarLab
2005-Jan-22, 04:36 AM
No, Rahul&#33;

We&#39;re sticking to Dame, Alice, Damo, Damien, and a few unmentionables.

No more for Dame.

Spacemad
2005-Jan-22, 11:07 PM
Originally posted by rahuldandekar@Jan 22 2005, 03:38 AM
Damien, how about Baroogarian.

Yes, I like that one - a perfect combination of the town where he lives & his nickname - Barbarian&#33;&#33;&#33; :P :D

BTW, wasnīt this thread supposed to be about a new nickname for Chook&#33; It seems we are giving everyone else new nicknames as well&#33; :P :D

Where has Chookaroo got to lately - it seems so strange not seeing him posting with his usual alacrity&#33; :P

StarLab
2005-Jan-24, 02:03 AM
No, occasionally I&#39;ve felt a bit "naughty."

jimmy
2005-Jan-24, 06:46 AM
Hi Chook, nice to have you back (cough). Yeah, I been strummin&#39;; Friday nite, Saturday nite(with Percy), and Sunday nite(Clarence "Frogman" Henry). A lot of fun, but I&#39;m tired as hell. Later...Hendrix&#33; Ha. :lol:

Spacemad
2005-Jan-24, 08:51 AM
Originally posted by Chook@Jan 24 2005, 01:41 AM
Ala-what?


ALACRITY :

You should get yourself a dictionary, Chookaroo&#33; :P I was paying you a compliment&#33; (not very frequent perhaps but from time to time it&#39;s good to leave to one side jocular insults&#33;&#33;&#33; :lol: )

From the Merriam-Webster on-line Dictionary:

One entry found for alacrity.


Main Entry: alac·ri·ty
Pronunciation: &-&#39;la-kr&-tE
Function: noun
Etymology: Latin alacritas, from alacr-, alacer lively, eager
: promptness in response : cheerful readiness <accepted the invitation with alacrity>
- alac·ri·tous /-kr&-t&s/ adjective


So now you know&#33; :P

jimmy
2006-Mar-03, 02:08 AM
Ahhhh, those were the days.

damienpaul
2006-Mar-03, 05:29 AM
Thank goodness, they are are over...

Onwards and upwards