What is your CADnerd name?

alright, I got one too many forwards instructing me how to determine my stripper name, so I had to hijack the last one and put my own spin on it...

Find your CADnerd name: Boundary OffsetKey

forward or not, I don't give a rip one way or the other... See what your CADnerd name will be, and share it with your all of your friends, and everyone you desperately wish would be your friend:
We all need a little stress-reliever! This only takes a minute, unless you are really really slow, in which case, I'll look forward to receiving your reply sometime next fall.

Send it on to everyone you know including the person that sent it to you, because if you don't, Bill Gates won't send me a penny, instead he'll pour Coke all over me, and you know what that can do to a person because of all of the other helpful emails you've gotten!

Sometimes when you have a stressful day or week, you need some silliness to break up the day. And, if we are honest, we have a lot more stressful days than not... personally, I prefer to delude myself into thinking that I've been out fishing all day.

Here is your dose of humour...
A. Follow the instructions to find your new name.
B. Once you have your new name, put it in the subject line of a new email and forward it to friends and family and co-workers and total strangers whose names you've farmed from discussion groups.
C. Don't forget to forward it back to the person who sent it to you, so they know you participated and that they aren't the only dork with no life willing to squander what precious little time we have on this earth.

1. Use the third letter of your first name to determine your new first name:
a = Pline
b = Circle
c = Attribute
d = Ray
e = Mline
f = Donut
g = Spline
h = Ellipse
i = Block
j =Hatch
k = Gradient
l = Boundary
m = Arc
n = Region
o = Wipeout
p = Text
q = Edge
r = Mesh
s = Polygon
t = Point
u = Rectangle
v = Entity
w = Handle
x = Cloud
y = Mouse
z = Key

2. Use the second letter of your last name to determine the first half of your new last name:
a = Open
b = Update
c = Edit
d = Query
e = Extract
f = Explode
g = Burst
h = Modify
i = Calc
j = Load
k = Run
l = View
m = Move
n = Configure
o = Match
p = Clip
q = Rotate
r = Scale
s = Mirror
t = Offset
u = Array
v = Stretch
w = Lengthen
x = Chamfer
y = Fillet
z = Join

3. Use the third letter of your last name to determine the second half of your new last name:
a = Commandline
b = Interface
c = Button
d = Macro
e = Script
f = Application
g = Routine
h = Menu
i = Dialog
j = Definition
k = Accelerator
l = Network
m = Palette
n = Shortcut
o = Key
p = Pulldown
q = Override
r = Display
s = Window
t = Tag
u = Tablet
v = Status
w = Environment
x = Transfer
y = Drag
z = Migrate

Be sure to check out my other nerdy time wasters - "You Might be a CAD Diva If..." and the 2006 System Variable crossword puzzle (page 7)... I am posting an edit here 08/06 to include a link to You might be a Redneck CAD Tech if... from MEP blogger Kelly Swa. Good stuff.

Now when you SEND THIS ON...use your new name as the subject... or use mine... or use 'Hey, look what this dork did, can you believe it?... honestly, just type whatever you want, because it's not like I care, or could stop you even if I did. If you don't send this to 15 other nerds within the next two hours, a boy in Blavlaguccia will be eaten by a one-pound goat named Starbucks... only you can save him!!!


Anonymous said...

Attribute ExtractDisplay reporting for duty ;-)

blads said...

Boundary QueryCommandLine saying G'day ;-)

Anonymous said...

"Mouse Matchpulldown"

Jane Smith said...

Hatch Movedialog saying hello.

DieselSporter said...

Aaaahh! There are two Attribute ExtractDisplay's reading your blog today! The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

Mistress of the Dorkness said...

lmao... see, isn't this so stupid it's fun?