I've been using buckaduck
as my online name for seven
years. When my niece first began talking and
learned to say "Mama" and "Dada", I wanted my name to be
the next one that she learned.
She didn't even come close. No matter
what name I tried to teach her, everything came out as
"buckaduck". In the end, I decided to let my nickname
be buckaduck and be done with it.
Oddly, the name buckaduck seems very catchy with
kids in general. The only downside is that people will
try to turn it into something rude in the darker
corners of the internet...
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