What nicknames were you given when you were a J/W by schoolmates/workmates?

by pobthespazz 34 Replies latest jw experiences

  • reneeisorym

    I still get called "Jay-Ho" to this day by my best friend.

    In elementary school I was called a Jew or they would whisper that I didn't believe in God.

  • love2Bworldly

    In high school they called me 'straight laced' because I never cussed or dated etc.

    For my name, I was called Betty Spaghetti, or due to being a redhead I was called strawberry head or carrot top or just red. It's funny those nicknames wouldn't bother me today, but I was pretty sensitive when i was young and got my feelings hurt easily. What I really hated was when I would go to the county fair and the game carnies would keep screaming Hey Red to try to make me turn around and look so I ignored them.

  • pobthespazz

    At the end of the day J-----h is an awful, terrible , name, especially if you are being ridiculed and tormented for being one.

  • Crumpet

    I was always crumpet.

  • mouthy

    When I was a girl(MANY many years ago)....if you mentioned Crumpet in my school it meant the act of sexual encounter. Glad it dont mean that now LOL I was always crumpet.

  • Crumpet

    crumpet over here is an affectionate term for a young lady who is hot and up for it. However I wasnt called it because of that at school or until I was a good deal older - it was a play upon my surname and referred to the buttered tea cake.

  • mouthy

    it was a play upon my surname and referred to the buttered tea cake.

    Which I remember with a watering mouth especially with Devon Cream

  • Madame Quixote
    Madame Quixote

    Speaking of name-calling, I thought this was very cute:


  • thetrueone

    Nothing I was bigger than all the other kids

  • read good books
    read good books

    I was called a Jeho-boy, and a Jah's, also a Jew. I heard they called us Witlesses too. No not funny at the time.

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