So how did you get your ID? For some people it's obvious, like their name, date of birth, naming what the human body is made off, seizure while choosing the name ( what kind of ID is you93383940034sda ? ). Maybe fakehound's gonna audition for a spot as a double agent on Cats vs dogs, you never know. Anyhow, my story - In 2005 there was a lovely site known as Pokemon Crater. It had over 11 million members, with 5 million online every day. Basically, you had the best representation of being in a pokemon infested world on the internet. Now any user name I could think of was already taken. The way you ranked up, was by extracting points. So, I tried, ' TheExtractor' username was taken, I replaced the O with an E and boom I got in. ( This should calm the nazis on my case for changing the spelling) From that day on any site I registered for I used this very ID.
So how did you get your ID?
I got my ID by going to the off-topic section and asking my off topic questions there. Then, I went to play a PSP game that had online, so I created a PSN quickly, not caring about my PSN name because I just wanted to play it. I chose my name and then 3 random numbers after it.
I only kept it for my PS3 because I bought a few crash games on it and I wanted to keep them. I wish I hadn't done that, though...
well, "Abbas" is my last name, and there was this kid in middle school who thought my last name was the coolest last name ever . so he kept calling me "the Abbas man".
so highschool comes and I got my PS3, and when I was creating my PSN account, I remembered that middle school kid. so I put that in, but PSN said I had to add a number, so I added the number 47 exactly because I am fan of the Hitman series (can't wait until Hitman: absolution by the way! ) and I love the series, so I used the agent's codename which was, 47.
yea....I know.....Cool story bro......
My nickname when I took Tae Kwon Do was "Southpaw" because I was the only left-handed person in the class and I was a difficult opponent to spar with. I also want to do Let's Plays (for those who don't know, those are like walkthroughs with a live commentary), or LPs, so... SouthpawLP.