hippie nicknames?

Discussion in 'Flashbacks' started by flowerchild23-91, Apr 8, 2007.

  1. I was wondering if anyone on this forum had a hippie nickname back in the 60's?
     
  2. dudenamedrob

    dudenamedrob peace lily

    .........they used to call me surly the sperm
     
  3. lostdazedintime

    lostdazedintime Fucked in the head

    nickname's are still in use, hi my name's Scoliosis Slim.
     
  4. PAX-MAN

    PAX-MAN Just A Old Hippy

    Yes! the same one I'm using today , PAX-MAN, It's Latin for peace man
     
  5. Rev Van

    Rev Van Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    A question is the beginning of enlightenment.

    In the mid to late 60's, I was called "morning fire", because, even without a long night of party, I was still burned out the next morning.
    Still am, come to think of it.
     
  6. hannahannahannah

    hannahannahannah What's a Palindrome?

    I never had a nick-name, but I knew a girl that was called Strawberry. And she didn't have red hair. The man I'm with now, he was called Zeb. I have no idea why.
     
  7. Willow_Jon

    Willow_Jon Banned

    Yes , my grandma called me Willow , and its stuck.
     
  8. shameless_heifer

    shameless_heifer Super Moderator Super Moderator

    When I live at the Good Earth Commune they called me Nailcakes..
     
  9. old tiger

    old tiger Senior Member

    They used to call me *Miel from den Toek*:)

    Tiger
     
  10. Southernman

    Southernman Boarischer Rebell

    Mine is still Flavus outside of the cyberspace, latin for a fair-haired man
     
  11. Dusty_V

    Dusty_V Member

    Way, way back, I think '65. I was smoking some good buds with some good buds <grin>. I fell in a mud puddle cuz we were laughing so hard. After I dried I started brushing off the dried mud. I was a dust cloud. So I became Dusty. And by God I'm still Dusty.
    Dusty
     
  12. Dusty_V

    Dusty_V Member

    One fine day I was smokin some good bud with some good buds <grin>. I was laughin so hard I tripped and fell into a mud puddle. After a while, when I dried up the mud started flaking off and everybody started callin me Dusty. It stuck and I still go by Dusty.
    Dusty
     
  13. peacenikchick

    peacenikchick Member

    Well, I wasn't here in the sixties, nor was I thought of. But everyone calls me Moonshadow because I love Cat Stevens and I always sing that song. : )
     
  14. Hesh

    Hesh Member

    ive been called lennon on numerous occasions... i have others though.
     
  15. BluesBreaker

    BluesBreaker Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    My dad's side is a very conservative one, and therefor I am known as Lennon. Outside of that, my mom used to tell me stories of a fellow named Tom Terrific, a good man who was named after a TV character.
     
  16. smoothie6in

    smoothie6in Member

    Mine was Sunshine. Theres a long story behind that though.
     
  17. papapoet55

    papapoet55 Member

    I was called "punkin" , My old pals Hard Hearted Hanna and Doc gave it to me,Why,,no idea,but it stuck for 25 years
     
  18. moongazer

    moongazer Member

    Even though I was born in 1990, I fully believe I was alive in the 60's=]
    my hippie name today is Mama Meadow, always will be. and I have a good feeling it was back then, too.
    <3
     
  19. Son of Peace

    Son of Peace Member

    Here here! Well said Mama Meadow Call me Herb. Its what they all think anyway around here so that is what it is!

    Herb
     
  20. junglejack

    junglejack aiko aiko

    I used to answer to "Buzz-"as in' Hey Buzz' ! or Whats going on tonight "Buzz",

    You can say I was often looking for a "Buzz"(or some one else was looking for a a buzz) - so the name stuck until our close group of friends kinda went separate ways.

    now that I think about it , it was just a nickname -not a hippie nickname- Jungle became my nickname, for obvious reasons(I was asked to play in the jungles for 13 months -a long time ago)

    Now its Jack- or J-Jack- has been for a long time:hat:
     

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