Daddy was stove pipe.. got his name from a 60's era Mack 18 wheeler he used to drive and had modified.. not alot of trucks on the roads back then everyone knew each other, and it was said he could be seen for miles in the mountains from the smoke coming out of his stack..
I went by 'boogey man' growing up... I had a 77 cj7 I had painted lime green back in the day. MY nephew I used to pick up and give rides to said it was painted "bright boogey green".. so it kinda stuck. When I would come down the road I would key up and go "This is boogey calling little cotton top".. and he would go "come in uncle boogey jeep man, whats your 20?" I used to get so tickled.
Dad was "Sandman"
Mom Was "Copper-Head"
I was and still am "Scatter-Gun"
I used to think my handle was "cool" until my dad disclosed that he gave it to me cuz whenever he had a conversation with me, he never knew what I was aiming at cuz I was all over the place.
I prefer to think of it as "Cerebral Diversity" But thats harder to say over the air.
I have had a few. Growing up on the farm I used to be "Hotdog" then my uncle started calling me "Puppy Dog" as he called himself "**** Dog" that stuck for a while then to "Moose" in high school as that was may nickname. At college there was another moose saw they called me "LawMoose" cause I studied law enforcement haha
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