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ChaoticCaroline ChaoticCaroline 13-15, F 8 Answers Jun 30 in Community

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Do you mean your real name or your username? I have a good friend with the same (real) name as you. Her only complaint is that there really isn't a good shortened version of it.<br />
If you're referring to your username, I'd consider dropping the confused part. You're not confused; you're intelligent, articulate and purposeful. If you still want it to be alliterative, consider: CarolineIsConfident or CarolineIsCompetent or even CarolineIsContempative. (I could think of more but the football/soccer match is about to start.) ;)

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I meant my username. But thank you, anyway. Yes I am a little saddened that it doesn't really have a shortened version, but I don't really think the name suits me too well... :/ any suggestions?

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*CarolineIsContemplative, with an L. (Sorry, distracted.)

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Suggestions for changing your real name? Or just nickies for your real name?

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Changing my real name.

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That's such a personal decision. Maybe if you draw up a list of names you really like, I (and others) could offer an opinion as to which might best suit you. I like Caroline fine. The only drawback is the one my friend mentioned about not having a natural nick.

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How about Caroline is NOT confused?

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Since the thought has occurred to you, take it seriously. I went to court and changed mine at age 23.

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Change your name to :-)

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No. Why change such a pretty name?

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I just don't find it pretty in any way. I'm not sure it suits me. ::

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:/*

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heh. how odd.

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Why change your name?

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