Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Australia & New Zealand' started by gcgp, Jun 13, 2016.
I'm just curious about what people here have nick-named their cars.
There is a whole philosophical discussion about whether you should name your car here.
My car's name is in my signature, below. The name really means nothing to me, but a lot of people get into naming their car.
Mine is called Tesla Swift.
Gorgeous and amazing.
Offically - 'ACTSLA'
When she's good - 'Tessy'
When she's bad - 'Oh *sugar*, How Fast is That!!'
Wow. I can't believe in 2106 that you can't say *sugar* on a forum?
Red Devil, and she objects to being called a " nickname". Her nickname is " devvie"!!!
Nik - as in Nikola Tesla
Sparky with a Y or The Golden Pony.
Numbay, as in (Port) Numbay, the capital of a FREE West Papua ! (called Jayapura by colonial occupier, Indonesia).
Cool names. I wonder if "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" is taken...
Or "The Binary Time Travelling Machine"
Or "Made in Gallifrey"
Or "Warp-drive upgrade to follow"
Scarey you know how to spell that, gcgp!
I don't want to force a gender identity on it/him/her while so young, just 6 months...although Elon painted it/him/her blue already, so it might be too late for all that PC rubbish anyway.
First name was 42, but then things got really weird, so settled on Kilowatt after a cartoon character my kids liked.
Let me guess, "Space Chimps?"
Ha ha... I'm a big fan of the Disney movie, I used to remember all the songs in sequence! And, at one point in time, I used it as my wifi password.
In honour of another electric Californian, was Frank Zappa…that was kinda weird so now Moon Unit.
Inanimate objects don't get names.
Boaty McBoatface & her comrades would disagree
Well, to be more precise: They don't get names from me. My boat doesn't have a name either.
Yes - from Space Chimps. Kilowatt
Mine is definitely "Tessie". I say "is" because I know she is there waiting, even though I won't see her till Friday! And for some reason I am sure she needs to be called "Tessie" rather than "Tessy". Am I over-thinking this?