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    Default how did you get your user name ??

    Im newly regestered here, but lurked for many years .i never had a username except for e mail . when signing up I didnt know what to call my self ,I asked my wife and she said what ever you want .I stalled a bit and she said your not to swift are you .I am now

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    There is a lengthy thread in the general stuff forum about this.

    http://www.dr1.com/forums/general-st...name-mean.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetdbt View Post
    There is a lengthy thread in the general stuff forum about this.

    http://www.dr1.com/forums/general-st...name-mean.html
    now we know my user name fits perfect.

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    my parents gave me mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by peteclaffey View Post
    my parents gave me mine
    Laurapasinifan is taken from an ancient Aramaic dialect. It means, "Although I'm a fan, I don't know how to spell Laura Pausini."

    lol

    even badder DRob

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    Mine is a originaly a wordgame discribing my dog (and also me )
    in Dutch there is a word "Duivelsgebroed" meaning something/one mean and develish
    and "held" (pluriel helden)= means hero (s)
    I mixed the 2 into heldengebroed
    a little develish and when needed a hero

    And you get a dog that will give his life to defend you or your property



    Greetings

    Johan

    (ps what you see in the picture is the result of a few years of training)

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    Default heavy garments

    Quote Originally Posted by heldengebroed View Post
    (ps what you see in the picture is the result of a few years of training)
    So all you need to do is don some heavy garments, and you are welcome to stop by and play with doggy... ??

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    is that a german shepherd? where do you train them?

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    I have to think of new one every few months

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    Born and raised (mostly shoeless) in WVa., home of the toothbrush.
    for obvious reasons.

    HB

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