So light as in hue, not opacity. 'Kay. How long have you had it dyed?
So there are three of us so far, although I have speculations on other people. That's interesting. I think I'll make a poll on this. Actually, my nickname in real life starts with a B, not my actual actual name. I just answer to the B one, so that's who I think of myself as.
That really must be confusing. You must try to steer far away from games of Tag. By the end, I probably would be grabbing someone by the shoulders and shaking them whist screaming "WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM MEEEEEEEEEE?"
So another question for anyone who wants to answer. (Sorry, I just need to keep asking questions otherwise I'll have nothing to talk about. I'm that one kid in class that always asks at least two questions every day that are really complicated and technical and gets everyone extremely sidetracked, but productively so.)
Why did you pick your nickname?
This is interesting because most people say that it's something that they like, or a personal trait. For example, bobcats are animals that really matter to me. My mother is allergic to fur, so we can't own any pets. However, I really love cats, so that's always been sad for me. As a replacement, I have hundreds of stuffed animals (and counting). [The funny thing is, I can't remember anyone's name worth beans, but I can list off all of theirs.]. There's a particular one named Bobkit that I'm especially attached to, and he's (wait for it) a Bobcat. "Bobcat" is a special thing to me because it reminds me of my Bobkit and the rest of my critters. (Whee, rambling story)
A lot of people have stories like that, explaining why their nickname holds personal meaning.
This raises the point though, that there are many things that hold personal meaning to me, that have helped define me as much as Bobkit has. So why did I pick Bobcat exactly? I really don't know. But now I'm thinking that maybe it had something to do with the same letter component. A nickname after all, is the name that you'll be going by. Maybe we all choose ones that are somehow related to our actual names, because to us, that's what a name should be.
Sorry, I sometimes go off on physiological tangents. It's tolerable here, but when I start speculating on why people are drawn to certain groups or types of things in the middle of math class, it's kind of a problem.
ISN'T ADHD FUN?!
In contrast to Tag's short answered-ness, I'm the absolute opposite with the fact that I tend to write at least a paragraph response to everything.