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    Want to know what your co-workers say about you behind your back?
    Just plug in your name:

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    I'm a boat sinker... nice.
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    I'm 'altar boy', which is kinda gender incorrect.

    What is this weirdness based on?
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    I don't even want to say what it called me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Finn View Post
    I don't even want to say what it called me!
    Ditto!

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    Hitler? Wow, that's pretty bad.
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    Piglet.......lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Finn View Post
    I don't even want to say what it called me!

    me 2
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    I tried different variations of my name into that generator. The only valid one it spits out that I've been known before: "Weirdo". As for the rest of the nicknames indicated, well, this does put into question the reputation of the person creating the original program, doesn't it?

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    Umm I am not sure I can say what it called me on the internet being censored and all.
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    It called me Captain, which is much nicer than co-workers ever called me.
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    That is just so not funny. I am not......really.
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    I can't say what it called me when I included my last name.......however, when I just put my first name, it came out quite nicely........

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    Really? It called me "Fart Breath."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shodan View Post
    I can't say what it called me when I included my last name.......however, when I just put my first name, it came out quite nicely........

    "By Far, The Loveliest Person in the World"
    Hmmm. I'd like to see that. It's like a miracle that it could read you so well.

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    They call meeee....Sugar! LOL
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