Nickname changing

Change or nope?

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  • Dont change , Stay Foxy!

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Ducky

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Reason why im thinking of changing , Thats my same old nickname .





BTW! Posting on testing area cus I dont wanna post any posts (which will raise my post count) untill my hand is okay agian! (broke a finga)
 

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If you change to Ducky you'll definitely need a Duck-ish avatar and signature.
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2 things! , One you will not be able to call me a bird brain anymo---.. DAMMIT! Duck............... ><

2 ! Fox Evolves to a Duck! HA! Pokemon! you didnt have that , Didnt you ha?! Gotta catch them all .. BUT NOT THE FOXY DUCK!
 
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We are all used to FoxMcCloud by now so it would be pure blasphemy to change it and you would probably kill the whole board by cofusing it big time.

I guess changing is just a option if you want that to happen
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