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Forum persona ideas?

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Inspired by ISIHAC's comments on another thread, I fancy I change of personality. What are the rules on profile photos? And what do you suggest for a new name?

Names I'm mulling over:
number10officesupplies
sorryihaveablister
toothicktogetontheapprentice
accountancyISboring (I can keep my existing avatar with that one)

Then I can move on to the firm name ....

 

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By DA Baker
21st Jan 2022 13:37

Continuing with ISIHAC Radio 4 theme:
Getting nowhere fast
I think I've got a problem

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
21st Jan 2022 14:11

Oh no it's Henry Archer

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By Hugh Simpson
21st Jan 2022 14:12

Just change the job title, Arthur, to:
Head of Subs

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By ireallyshouldknowthisbut
21st Jan 2022 17:57

Given you are from Fulchester, how about Sanandtray? Or perhaps mrlogic for those detailed tax debates?

Proud owner of associated stationary and of course Roger's Profanisaurus. Never made the letters page. Will keep trying. They do sometimes send a pen, but never publish me.

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By Arthur Putey
21st Jan 2022 18:45

I know someone who each day writes a letter to the Telegraph. I got one in Private Eye once, but I have only ever sent one to Viz.

Liking the Viz character inspiration, how about Nobby Spiles?

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By Arthur Putey
21st Jan 2022 18:46

ireallyshouldknowthisbut wrote:

Given you are from Fulchester, how about Sanandtray?


Perhaps Santander would have been better off using them instead of Antandec!
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By Red Leader
21st Jan 2022 20:34

Can I have the Arthur Putey moniker when you change, please?

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
22nd Jan 2022 16:11

I'd like to change to Claude Jeremiah Greengrass, but Williams Lester has already bagseyed his profile picture.

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By Catherine Newman
22nd Jan 2022 17:49

I once had a screensaver I put on at work. It was "Brain death becomes me". The work was absolutely tedious. It is equally appropriate to this year's tax return run.

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By Hugo Fair
22nd Jan 2022 18:48

There were some great screen savers back in the early days of Windows (v3.1).
Can't remember the name but my favourite (especially for convincing the MD to take technology more seriously) took a 'screen-grab' of whatever was showing on your monitor just before 'save' mode kicked in ... and then generated graphics to show (in motion) cracks/holes in the screen being generated by pesky 'bugs' that were breaking out from inside the screen - and slowly but surely demolishing it all!

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