Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Community' started by joecool85, Aug 7, 2005.
I'm thinking of either:
Titan or (From Titan AE)
Eleanor (From Gone in 60 Seconds)
she is such a nice car, and a speed demon, just like your PM!
I really like Eleanor. That reminds me of my cousin's name, which is Nora, and that's also a really nice name.
Radiator, since (1) it looks like a radiator and (2) it puts out heat.
Titan = Boring
Dave. Call it Dave.
Don't name it... naming your computer is sad. You'll never get laid again.
Listen to this man
My iMac is called "iMac G5", and my Powerbook "Powerbook G4", so I'd suggest "Powermac G5" for you
eleanor is the better of the two names you've listed...
i suggest naming it iGav
Well at least I would do it right and separate Power and Mac since thats how it is. And yes, I will get laid many many times after naming my computer. Guess what, my gf names her computers! And besides, my Powerbook is called Xavier, and I've gotten all kinds of action since naming him.
Or Gavina... it's a snappy anagram, which old school MR folk will probably remember... heheh
Those were the days, the feeling of nylon and silk on freshly shaven legs.
If you want even more action then... hows about...
THE MIGHTY THOR!!!
Works on most women. heheheh
Or Princess Fiona.
What? Nobody saw the movie?!
hehe, I saw that movie. Anyway, looks like its going to be Eleanor. I like that name anyway.
I am appaulled that no one has suggested:
(If I ever have a cluster of Macs on a network, they will all be named based on places in Middle Earth: Lothlorien, Mordor, Bree, Shire, Moria, etc... That will gaurantee getting laid!...well, by a LOTR-loving chic anyway - and those are the best kind - especially if she has pointy ears)
Well, Eleanor came in today, DOA. So, it's going to be Titan AE (After Eleanor).
Here is the background I was going to use for Eleanor (at least for a while.)
that car is making me have indecent thoughts
*appalled (if you're going to attempt "big" words, please spell them correctly)
*Bartholomew (same with "big" names)