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20 cringeworthy AIM screen names of successful, white collar professionals

We asked our readers to reveal their AIM screen names (and their current job titles) as a sweet send off to our glorious middle school refuge, and proof that life gets better. Now we’re we’re counting down our top 20...


October 15, 2017

We asked our readers to reveal their AIM screen names (and their current job titles) as a sweet send off to our glorious middle school refuge, and proof that life gets better.

Now we’re we’re counting down our top 20 submissions. You’re welcome:

20. Jordan “pinkpisces05” F. — Influence Marketing Manager

19. Eric “Ej2kool” M. — Builds financial software

18. Brian “EatinPeaches247” S. — Business Development Specialist

17. Alexis “Sweettruffle22” D. — Social Media Specialist

16. Nick “XxRoboSlayerxX” B. — Electrical engineer

15. Ashley “festisha412orgy” (because she loved the band Orgy) S. — Senior Marketing Manager for a Fortune 500 company

14. Zach “lickthelollipop” G. — Business Psychologist

13. Trisha “CASHinApig” K. — Corporate Communications Specialist

12. Bree’Anna “hotmamasexii13” A. — Ad Operations Specialist

11. Alon “SkaterPunkAss420” S. — Business owner

10. Carley “0x0_raver_baby_0x0” C. — Account Executive

9. Leroy “blueboy1818” F. — Banker

8. Phung “ohoneyoopshit” V. — Head of Marketing

7. Megan “munkis_rok” G. — Digital Marketing Specialist

6. Jacqui “Nitemareslayer23” M. — New Product Introduction Support at HP

5. Ben “Foxyxgrandpa” D. — Research Associate

4. Nick “DorkusMalorkus” K. — Software Engineer

3. Zachary “BALLCRUSHER69” S. — Product Manager

2. Alise “PAME1005” (Princess + Angel = Me 100%) S. — Insurance Market Analyst

1. Anthony “FrostedDragon182” S. — Business Development Manager

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