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You know what I'm talking about. The first one you created, with all the underscores and the numbers (and the @hotmail.com domain).
Do you still use them? Or do you remember them?
I can't think beyond my first "real" addy, which was email@example.com (still works for MSN, no doubt).
It's not that bad, but it is obviously from awhile back.
Post your old email stories, and the addresses if you remember them and it's harmless to do so. (Or make one up, I'm actually hoping to scour this thread later for the most obvious "early-2000s" sounding addy and use it for something.)
My (retired) webcomic: Pizza For Guys
The one I use was made by my dad and it's just my initials and surname. Lame.
This is my signature. It is a nice signature.
My first email address I still actually use which is probably embarrassing, but it does have gagsy in it and numbers (only two) so it could have been much worse. I just like using that email so don't see why I need to change.
Though I do have the wonderful email address of 'firstname.lastname@example.org' which I think I should use more for prettiness.
At 1/2/13 06:21 PM, DarkMatter wrote: those must have been some of the most hilarious job applications to hit the job market.
Oh god, ahahah. That's hilarious!
At 1/2/13 06:25 PM, Gagsy wrote: Though I do have the wonderful email address of 'email@example.com' which I think I should use more for prettiness.
That is a sleek address.
At 1/2/13 06:28 PM, Migashi wrote: Notice my terrible spelling of Ghost.
Ooooh, misspellings! Good ingredient, good ingredient... *takes notes*
My (retired) webcomic: Pizza For Guys
I get what you meant, my account is being run by a dead e-mail address made in 2003. I forgot what it was, it's still pretty cool though.
I think I was one of the only people who wasn't so retarded as a kid and made this email address many many years ago:
firstname.lastname@example.org , clean and simple.
My email now is email@example.com , so hasn't really changed much.
Not particularly bad. I think that was because my teachers at school had created it. (I still use it to this day.)
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Funnily enough, no matter how many obvious spam sites I use it to sign up for, it never gets any junk mail. I think I won. XD
Rather oddly, this is actually the latest e-mail address I made. The only other one is my 'real' one that I use for jobs and finding houses and shit like that. I just wanted to keep the stupid crap to a minimum in the 'real' one, so I made this and... well, the name just had to be done, really.
My first email address was Crazywill218@hotmail.com... I think. I do know that I signed up for it in high school back in 2001 or something. So it wasn't really that bad of a name, but I have long forgotten the password to it.
The Bird of Hermes is my name, eating my wings to make me tame.
The only embarrassing email I've ever owned was firstname.lastname@example.org
After that, I picked up lepythedinosuar @ yahoo . com
I was told that I spelled dinosaur right by my 10 year old brother.
My current email's actually the one I'm most embarrassed of.
lepythedino @ gmail . com
Maybe I'll get a new one soon.
I believe my first one was ''ShadowEyes0@hotmail.com''. However, I could be somewhat off.
You do not make examples, you make excuses; you do not solve problems, you shift problems; you do not stand behind your statements, you stand behind your stasis.
My first e-add wasn't that bad, actually. But I have this friend who still uses her first one. It's email@example.com she doesn't know how to change it xD
At 1/2/13 06:16 PM, Zerok wrote: Do you still use them? Or do you remember them?
Is it unusual that I'm still using the first email address I ever made? I've made a couple others since, for miscellaneous purposes, but my first email is pretty much the only one I ever use...