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Origin of the Name: Liqeor2

ZIPLINE, Help Force Headquarters- In an online community like ours, names are quite an important aspect of anyone’s profile. They are the first impression of an individual. Help Force staff members are the representatives of the army, and the impression they make is extremely important. In this edition of this post, we will be delving into the story behind the name of one of our newest Junior Staff members Liqeor2.

Welcome to another exciting episode of Origin of the Name, where we explore into the fascinating stories behind unique usernames. In today’s spotlight, we have Liqeor2, one of our talented new Brigadiers. Join us as we explore how our Junior Staff member conceived this intriguing username.


Congrats on Brigadier! Question for ya, would you like to be in my blog?

Thanks, sure, why not!


You’re welcome, and that’s awesome! Now, let’s delve into the blog, which is about how you came up with your name.
Ooh. wow! So, it all began in 2018-2019 when I set out to create my first gamertag or username. I was presented with the task of devising an original and memorable username, and during that period, my mind unexpectedly veered towards the subject of alcohol. With no specific reason behind it, I took the word “liquor” as inspiration and decided to play around with the letters. After some experimentation, I arrived at the final result: “liqeor”

Wow, your initial gamertag is intriguing. By the way, have you ever encountered instances where people misspelled your name?

Most of the people spell it Liquer or Liqoer, I like how Zen calls me “Lichior” (meaning liquor in Romanian)
at least now you know a word in Romanian that’s pretty cool.
Have you ever thought about changing your name?
I had considered a few username alternatives for other games; nevertheless, I don’t think they will work out.
What alts were they/are they?
fățău (slang for the word face) and oberelahalbavarugam (meaning “a pint of beer please”)
That’s cool and if you put them together, you’ll have “face a pint of beer please.”
Lol, alright👍
Thank you for your time Liqeor2.

There y’all have it, now you got to learn more about one of our Junior Staff members. Stay tuned for more Origin of the Name, you could be next.

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