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Old 07-10-2006, 07:27 PM   #8761
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Jaz, Rob is the second person I've heard with the nickname Tiberius. My friend's boyfriend gets called that as well by one person (except it's always Tiberius, not Tibsie).

I'll think about the significance of the name and get back to you.

Edit: Is it because of James Tiberius Kirk?
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Old 07-11-2006, 02:00 AM   #8762
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Do you even realise why I call Robsie Tibsie? Because one may not call him Tibsie unless they understand the profound meaning of this name. Also, Robert has to approve it. (of course, I don't need approval to call him that, because I came up with the name.)
I know you've explained it somewhere. Something about Tiberius was the obvious second name for....someone.....ah, I don't remember.
And I was confused at the beginning to the point of thinking you two were having some sort of romance.
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EDIT: Or maybe grilled Salmon with roasted vegetables and tzatziki. To go with it a chilled white wine of your choice. I've had it with all those smörgåsbords this summer.
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Old 07-11-2006, 02:12 AM   #8763
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Old 07-11-2006, 02:17 AM   #8764
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I know you've explained it somewhere. Something about Tiberius was the obvious second name for....someone.....ah, I don't remember.
And I was confused at the beginning to the point of thinking you two were having some sort of romance.

Close. It all started with me not knowing Robsies middle name, and how can I properly reprimand someone without knowing their middle name? Now, there's this rule that if you don't know the middle name of someone, then without doubt the middle name just *has* to be Tiberius (obviously because of James Tiberius Kirk). Later I used the "Tiberius" as nickname in the classic AGs style "Tibsie".


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Now, there's this rule that if you don't know the middle name of someone, then without doubt the middle name just *has* to be Tiberius
That is obvious! I agree!

* I stay confused...*

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Old 07-11-2006, 03:12 AM   #8766
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Confusion is good. Life would be boring without it.

Presumably this means that I've never had to reprimand Jaz, as I have precisely no idea what her middle name is .
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Old 07-11-2006, 03:23 AM   #8767
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I have two middle names, in case that helps.



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Evidently you deserve to be reprimanded with twice the force and seriousness .
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Evidently you deserve to be reprimanded with twice the force and seriousness .

No, but it makes reprimanding me sound pretty silly. The more middle names, the more silly it sounds.

And you know at least one of my middle names.

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That is obvious! I agree!

* I stay confused...*

Happy now?

That rule is based on my logic, obviously.


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Poppycock.
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