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  • HeiHei and truly did she know the name of the Kong Senior
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    QUOTE (Smack @ Oct 12 2009, 06:32 PM) »
    You asking J-Co for a cameo in his slanderous series? Or mine tongue.gif

    I'm sure I could squeeze you into whatever plot I concoct.


    I'll be in both, if you'll give me some snappy lines and a handlebar moustache
  • GeleiaGeleia ロリコン Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    this thread is epic oO
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  • Khaotic'Khaotic' Dinah #1 Senior
    edited October 2009
    QUOTE (J-co @ Oct 12 2009, 11:26 PM) »
    It all started when our adventure-loving...adventurer, Lisa, woke up in a bush. It was the eighth time it had happened. Feeling very angered, Lisa grabbed a banana, thinking it would make her feel better (but as usual, it did not). With fist clenched and teeth gnashed, she realized that her beloved Mojo was missing! Immediately she called her lover, Smack. Lisa had known Smack for (plus or minus) 61 years, the majority of which were flamboyant ones. Smack was unique. He was outgoing though sometimes a little... dimwitted. Lisa called him anyway, for the situation was urgent.

    Smack picked up to a very angry Lisa. Smack calmly assured her that most 3-legged wallabies yawn before mating, yet South American hissing sloths usually flamboyantly sigh *after* mating. He had no idea what that meant; he was only concerned with distracting Lisa. Why was Smack trying to distract Lisa? Because he had snuck out from Lisa's with the Mojo only eleven days prior. It was a eccentric little Mojo... how could he resist?

    It didn't take long before Lisa got back to the subject at hand: her Mojo. Smack panicked. Relunctantly, Smack invited her over, assuring her they'd find the Mojo. Lisa grabbed her hippopotamus and disembarked immediately. After hanging up the phone, Smack realized that he was in trouble. He had to find a place to hide the Mojo and he had to do it randomly. He figured that if Lisa took the magic flying carpet, he had take at least four minutes before Lisa would get there. But if she took the rollerblades? Then Smack would be abundantly screwed.

    Before he could come up with any reasonable ideas, Smack was interrupted by eight pestering hypnofrogs that were lured by his Mojo. Smack turned red; 'Not again', he thought. Feeling worried, he fearlessly reached for his dull pencil and thoughtfully hit every last one of them. Apparently this was an adequate deterrent--the discouraged critters began to scurry back toward the imaginery desert, squealing with discontent. He exhaled with relief. That's when he heard the rollerblades rolling up. It was Lisa.

    I'm not responsable for this text

    Oh my god, did it have to be me? Plus, im never angry, never ;o. Im glad i have a hippopotamus, then i can make it attack you, Jco! You better sleep with an open eye.

    Smack, it didnt surprise me that you wanted my mojo :< you evil monster.
  • HarliefHarlief Baby get Shakey after school Senior
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    QUOTE (LordTrilobite @ Oct 1 2009, 05:45 AM) »
    Don't you mean "as if it was a sword" As it's rather common practice in the old days to name one's sword.
    Which reminds me, I still need a name for my sword.

    Got a pic and a bit of a back story on the sword's design? I'm sure we can come up with something good.

    QUOTE (Paladin @ Oct 13 2009, 03:19 AM) »
    That is a critical story in Dublin.
    In Limerick aka stab city, it would be a regular story.

    There once was a man from Stab City
    Who thought he was rather witty
    He smart-mouthed some bloke
    Who was buzzin' on coke
    And begged an old lady for some "bitty"
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  • SmackSmack Damn this compooter Senior
    edited October 2009
    Like Limeirck is the only city to have the occasional stabbing,
    Although we did coin the phrase "I'll have a stab at it!".

    My 300th post yay!

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    Wise Chinese proverb say "He who pays for porn has failed at life."

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  • LordTrilobiteLordTrilobite Baron Grunwald disapproves. Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    QUOTE (Harlief @ Oct 13 2009, 10:15 AM) »
    Got a pic and a bit of a back story on the sword's design? I'm sure we can come up with something good.

    http://www.mccolough.com/Vikings/VikingSwords.jpg
    It's pretty much identical to the top one. My sword is a replica of a sword that was found in southern Sweden, which was at the time part of Denmark.
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  • ZinuXZinuX Mutated Walrus Hamster Members, Beta Tester
    edited 3:51PM
    Natasha is a great name for your sword ^^
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  • PaladinPaladin Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    QUOTE (ZinuX @ Oct 13 2009, 12:00 PM) »
    Natasha is a great name for your sword ^^


    Natasha would suit a samarai sword.
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  • PeepeewilsonPeepeewilson PVKII Team
    edited 3:51PM
    Name your sword Ernie.
  • LordTrilobiteLordTrilobite Baron Grunwald disapproves. Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    I found this awesome Old Norse dictionary, gonna search through that and see if I find a good fitting name.

    http://www.freelang.net/dictionary/old_norse.php
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  • Khaotic'Khaotic' Dinah #1 Senior
    edited October 2009
    QUOTE (Peepeewilson @ Oct 13 2009, 06:24 PM) »
    Name your sword Ernie.

    Or name it Fred
  • GeleiaGeleia ロリコン Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    QUOTE (LordTrilobite @ Oct 13 2009, 05:51 PM) »
    I found this awesome Old Norse dictionary, gonna search through that and see if I find a good fitting name.

    http://www.freelang.net/dictionary/old_norse.php

    I give you permission to name it Jorghmund
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  • PaladinPaladin Senior
    edited October 2009
    If this signature is too big let me know.
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  • PeepeewilsonPeepeewilson PVKII Team
    edited 3:51PM
    You may have had your rights revoked.
  • HarliefHarlief Baby get Shakey after school Senior
    edited October 2009
    "Skera" Means to cut or slaughter.
    I'm trying to figure out how to say "pawn mower" in old norse, but there's no grammar guide.

    "sl
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  • PeepeewilsonPeepeewilson PVKII Team
    edited 3:51PM
    QUOTE (Paladin @ Oct 13 2009, 01:33 PM) »
    If this signature is too big let me know.


    LOL
  • HeiHei and truly did she know the name of the Kong Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    QUOTE (Smack @ Oct 13 2009, 03:58 AM) »
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    this picture reminds me of Alex and Chris
  • SmackSmack Damn this compooter Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    *Sigh* I think my second hard disk is going to fail soon..
    Wise Chinese proverb say "He who pays for porn has failed at life."

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  • AureliaAurelia Authorized Creator, Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    QUOTE (LordTrilobite @ Oct 13 2009, 07:51 PM) »
    I found this awesome Old Norse dictionary, gonna search through that and see if I find a good fitting name.

    http://www.freelang.net/dictionary/old_norse.php

    Hmm... Swords just have to be feminine.

    I think you shouldn't worry that much about the origin of the name, but more about the meaning. Names travel. But anyways, not perhaps related to your dictionary, but here is some names I actually happen to like and think that could fit a sword.

    Alina/Aline - In Greek origin it meaning is "light", but it also may derive from Arabic for "noble, illustrious". Also in Scotland it is a feminine form from word Alistair meaning "man's defender". (It just sounds awesome and the different meanings are quite nice)

    Eir - Origin in old norse, and its meaning is "Norse goddess of medicine". (Violence is cure for everything...)

    And of course my own name is über cool and awesome. tongue.gif Viliina - Origin in Latin word aquila (akvilina, viliina), which means "eagle". (In right hands a good swords flies like an eagle.)

    And no worries, you pick a name of your liking when you feel like it. It's your sword, you can call it even Ernie if you wish.
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  • MaydayMayday Engineering Supreme Senior
    edited October 2009
    call it birdman

    no wait call it moneys
  • PeepeewilsonPeepeewilson PVKII Team
    edited 3:51PM
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  • AureliaAurelia Authorized Creator, Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    Hmm.. And if you really wish name's origin should be in Old Norse, here are some.

    Asa - meaning "goddess"

    Brenda - meaning "sword"

    Freya - meaning "noble lady". Also in Norse mythology Freya was the goddess of love and fertility.

    Helga - meaning "holy, sacred; successful"

    Liv - meaning "defense"

    Thora - meaning "Thor's struggle" (Thor = Norse god of thunder)
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  • HeiHei and truly did she know the name of the Kong Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    call it Heidrik Kong
  • HarliefHarlief Baby get Shakey after school Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    QUOTE (Aurelia @ Oct 14 2009, 01:44 PM) »
    Hmm... Swords just have to be feminine.

    Really? I've always envisioned them as being inherently phallic.

    Paging: Dr. Freud!
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  • PaladinPaladin Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    Call it sword (sarcastic)
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  • Khaotic'Khaotic' Dinah #1 Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    QUOTE (Aurelia @ Oct 14 2009, 03:11 AM) »
    Liv - meaning "defense"

    Liv can also mean "Life"
  • GeleiaGeleia ロリコン Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    Aurelia, Aline comes from latin and means Out/Not in the Line, like someone that is not tied to anything. Lumen is light in latin.
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  • J-coJ-co Tramp Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    Mole-boy? biggrin.gif
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    I have an aristocratic smile and like to punch people
  • LordTrilobiteLordTrilobite Baron Grunwald disapproves. Senior
    edited 3:51PM
    QUOTE (Aurelia @ Oct 14 2009, 02:44 AM) »
    Hmm... Swords just have to be feminine.

    I think you shouldn't worry that much about the origin of the name, but more about the meaning. Names travel. But anyways, not perhaps related to your dictionary, but here is some names I actually happen to like and think that could fit a sword.

    Alina/Aline - In Greek origin it meaning is "light", but it also may derive from Arabic for "noble, illustrious". Also in Scotland it is a feminine form from word Alistair meaning "man's defender". (It just sounds awesome and the different meanings are quite nice)

    Eir - Origin in old norse, and its meaning is "Norse goddess of medicine". (Violence is cure for everything...)

    And of course my own name is über cool and awesome. tongue.gif Viliina - Origin in Latin word aquila (akvilina, viliina), which means "eagle". (In right hands a good swords flies like an eagle.)

    And no worries, you pick a name of your liking when you feel like it. It's your sword, you can call it even Ernie if you wish.

    I smiled at "Violence is cure for everything..." tongue.gif

    And yeah, the meaning has to be cool, but it has to sound good too. And since it's a viking sword it would be odd to have a greek name or something.. I was thinking of a more masculine name though, something along the lines of Swift Death or Monster Slayer, only in old norse. But I guess feminine names can work fine too, just have to find the right combination...
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  • AureliaAurelia Authorized Creator, Senior
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    QUOTE (Harlief @ Oct 14 2009, 07:15 AM) »
    Really? I've always envisioned them as being inherently phallic.

    Paging: Dr. Freud!

    Heh. To me they belong in the same category as steam engines, boats and guitars. Even they are quite masculine objects the names are always feminine.

    QUOTE (Lisa @ Oct 14 2009, 11:41 AM) »
    Liv can also mean "Life"

    Yep. I know enough Swedish to know that. But thank you for your corrective darling.

    QUOTE (Geleia @ Oct 14 2009, 11:45 AM) »
    Aurelia, Aline comes from latin and means Out/Not in the Line, like someone that is not tied to anything. Lumen is light in latin.

    Sweetie, I didn't talk about Latin, I talked about Greek. But anyways, it is always nice to see your post. tongue.gif

    QUOTE (LordTrilobite @ Oct 14 2009, 02:08 PM) »
    I smiled at "Violence is cure for everything..." tongue.gif

    And yeah, the meaning has to be cool, but it has to sound good too. And since it's a viking sword it would be odd to have a greek name or something.. I was thinking of a more masculine name though, something along the lines of Swift Death or Monster Slayer, only in old norse. But I guess feminine names can work fine too, just have to find the right combination...

    Lol. Dearie, you are quite fussy about the name.

    Anyways, here are some male names origin in Old Norse. And when I say names I mean names, not actual words that were used, but names that were used but still the origin had some meaning, in the same way that my name does.

    Arik/Erik - meaning is "forever or alone, ruler"

    Atli - Old Norse name possibly meaning "one without mercy"

    Brand - meaning "sword; fiery torch, beacon"

    Eigil/Egil - meaning "edge of a sword"

    Eilif - meaning "immortal"

    Einar - meaning "one warrior; battle leader"

    Folker - meaning "people's guard"

    Ragnar - meaning "judgment warrior"

    Hmm..
    Swift Death could probably be something like Skj
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