90% of the people that bash Honest Frank and fight with him are MBV supporters

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Wow

Mastic Beach, NY

#1 Oct 30, 2013
and of that 90%, 75% of the time its Brady. You two are so perfect for each other. Have fun you love-birds.
Brady

Shirley, NY

#2 Oct 30, 2013
Wow wrote:
and of that 90%, 75% of the time its Brady. You two are so perfect for each other. Have fun you love-birds.
I am just responding to him, just like you are responding to me. You are the one setting up a new board, you don't see me doing that!

Since: Apr 09

Center Moriches, NY

#4 Oct 30, 2013
I'm a 10 percent-er. And I 100% don't care. I'm evil and dishonest and a criminal.
Franken Furter

Mastic Beach, NY

#5 Oct 30, 2013
Wow needs a love-birdie of their own.
Franken Furter

Mastic Beach, NY

#6 Oct 30, 2013
Hey Frank, what does heaveno mean?

“Honest Frank!”

Since: Feb 13

Mastic Beach, NY

#7 Oct 31, 2013
Franken Furter wrote:
Hey Frank, what does heaveno mean?
Heaveno "Franken Furter",
Heaveno means Greetings or Hi like Hello but instead of using the word HELL in HELLo, I use the word HEAVEN instead to say Heaveno because I don't like to say Hell which I feel refers to Devils in Hell which are Bad when I could say Heaven which I feel refers to Angels in Heaven which are Good! People who want to be Honest And Frank Angels like Me will be using the Phrase Heaveno instead of the Phrase Hello when they want to say Greetings or Hi. October 31, 2013 on Halloween I just googled "How did the word Hello come about?" and "Heaveno" because I wanted to find out why did the word HELL be put in Hello to say Hi when they could've used the word Heaven in Heaveno instead to say Hi and this is what some people said.
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Alexander Graham Bell's salutation for the phone was "hoy hoy". With regard to the telephone, it was Thomas Edison who suggested 'hello' as a greeting when answering the telephone. Alexander Graham Bell, who is credited with the invention of the telephone, suggested the word 'Ahoy' as a greeting when answering 'his' phone.

Thomas Edison did not like Hoy hoy, he did not like Bell, what's more Bell did not like him either. The word 'hello' is believed to have originated from Thomas Edison, an American inventor and businessman, who expressed his surprise with a misheard 'Hullo.' The word 'hullo' is also a British variant of hello which was originally used as an exclamation to call attention. It was also used as a greeting and as an expression of surprise.

How did 'Hello' come to be used as a greeting over the phone?
The first word used to answer the phone was the nautical greeting 'ahoy' because the first regular phone system was in the maritime state of Connecticut. Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor, answered with the Gaelic 'hoy'. But it was Thomas Edison's greeting of 'hello', an exclamation of surprise dating back to the Middle Ages, that caught on, and so we answer the telephone today with,'Hello?' Another theory is that after inventing the telephone, he rang his girlfriend whose name was 'Hello', thus the first word said by him on telephone became a greeting. Before 'Hello' became popular, telephone operators started conversations with, "Are you there?"

Several years ago, there was a movement afoot in a Bible Belt town to do away with "Hello" because it had the word "Hell" in it. Some high-minded person decided that the good Christian thing to do would be not only to omit the reference to Hell, but to undo its ungodly damage by replacing "Hello" with "Heaven-O." Obviously, this movement did not catch on (one even doubts the authenticity of the report since it appeared on one of those infotainment shows like Hard Copy), but I bother to mention this bit of trivia because it illustrates the fact that people actually do pause to wonder about the meaning of the greeting and they do actually attempt to analyze it logically. One of the basic principles in linguistic analysis is to take words apart into their basic elements and inquire about their meaning in their original language(s). Whoever divided "Hello" into "Hell" and "O" wasn’t far off; he or she was just forgot to consider the importance of examining the word’s non-English origins.

HeavenO or Heaven-O is a meaningless greeting coined by Leonso Canales, Jr. of Kingsville, Texas, and promoted by a few fundamentalist wingnuts as a "more positive" alternative to "hello". The intention is to avoid "hello"'s negative connotations of Hell, despite the fact that such connotations would not occur to most level-headed people and the two words aren't related anyway, and replace it with a supposedly more inspiring reference to Heaven. As Canales' website proclaims, "The 'O' is not enough to hide the most negative word (Hell) printed in every dictionary"[1], while the "Universal greeting 'HeavenO' is a symbol of Peace, Friendship and Welcome."
Franken Furter

Mastic Beach, NY

#8 Oct 31, 2013
FrankieCucchiaraDotCom wrote:
<quoted text>
Heaveno "Franken Furter",
Heaveno means Greetings or Hi like Hello but instead of using the word HELL in HELLo, I use the word HEAVEN instead to say Heaveno because I don't like to say Hell which I feel refers to Devils in Hell which are Bad when I could say Heaven which I feel refers to Angels in Heaven which are Good! People who want to be Honest And Frank Angels like Me will be using the Phrase Heaveno instead of the Phrase Hello when they want to say Greetings or Hi. October 31, 2013 on Halloween I just googled "How did the word Hello come about?" and "Heaveno" because I wanted to find out why did the word HELL be put in Hello to say Hi when they could've used the word Heaven in Heaveno instead to say Hi and this is what some people said.
__
Alexander Graham Bell's salutation for the phone was "hoy hoy". With regard to the telephone, it was Thomas Edison who suggested 'hello' as a greeting when answering the telephone. Alexander Graham Bell, who is credited with the invention of the telephone, suggested the word 'Ahoy' as a greeting when answering 'his' phone.
Thomas Edison did not like Hoy hoy, he did not like Bell, what's more Bell did not like him either. The word 'hello' is believed to have originated from Thomas Edison, an American inventor and businessman, who expressed his surprise with a misheard 'Hullo.' The word 'hullo' is also a British variant of hello which was originally used as an exclamation to call attention. It was also used as a greeting and as an expression of surprise.
How did 'Hello' come to be used as a greeting over the phone?
The first word used to answer the phone was the nautical greeting 'ahoy' because the first regular phone system was in the maritime state of Connecticut. Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor, answered with the Gaelic 'hoy'. But it was Thomas Edison's greeting of 'hello', an exclamation of surprise dating back to the Middle Ages, that caught on, and so we answer the telephone today with,'Hello?' Another theory is that after inventing the telephone, he rang his girlfriend whose name was 'Hello', thus the first word said by him on telephone became a greeting. Before 'Hello' became popular, telephone operators started conversations with, "Are you there?"
Several years ago, there was a movement afoot in a Bible Belt town to do away with "Hello" because it had the word "Hell" in it. Some high-minded person decided that the good Christian thing to do would be not only to omit the reference to Hell, but to undo its ungodly damage by replacing "Hello" with "Heaven-O." Obviously, this movement did not catch on (one even doubts the authenticity of the report since it appeared on one of those infotainment shows like Hard Copy), but I bother to mention this bit of trivia because it illustrates the fact that people actually do pause to wonder about the meaning of the greeting and they do actually attempt to analyze it logically. One of the basic principles in linguistic analysis is to take words apart into their basic elements and inquire about their meaning in their original language(s). Whoever divided "Hello" into "Hell" and "O" wasn’t far off; he or she was just forgot to consider the importance of examining the word’s non-English origins.
HeavenO or Heaven-O is a meaningless greeting coined by Leonso Canales, Jr. of Kingsville, Texas, and promoted by a few fundamentalist wingnuts as a "more positive" alternative to "hello". The intention is to avoid "hello"'s negative connotations of Hell, despite the fact that such connotations would not occur to most level-headed people and the two words aren't related anyway, and replace it with a supposedly more inspiring reference to Heaven. As Canales' website proclaims, "The 'O' is not enough to hide the most negative word (Hell) printed in every dictionary"[1], while the "Universal greeting 'HeavenO' is a symbol of Peace, Friendship and Welcome."
Thank You!
Oh No

Shirley, NY

#11 Oct 31, 2013
Without Frank, there will be nothing to laugh about.
Brady

Buffalo, NY

#13 Oct 31, 2013
Oh No wrote:
Without Frank, there will be nothing to laugh about.
Vic and I also enjoy watching Frank together when he is is nude on live cam on his web site!
wow

Brooklyn, NY

#14 Oct 31, 2013
Oh maura do you have it hot for vickies tool , you seen to have. This crush on vickie maybe it's what you need

“Honest Frank!”

Since: Feb 13

Mastic Beach, NY

#15 Oct 31, 2013
Brady wrote:
<quoted text>Vic and I also enjoy watching Frank together when he is is nude on live cam on his web site!
Heaveno "Brady",
Again, I was never LIVE camming Naked on my web site; not yet anyway!
S Freud

Mastic Beach, NY

#16 Oct 31, 2013
wow wrote:
Oh maura do you have it hot for vickies tool , you seen to have. This crush on vickie maybe it's what you need
where did that come from? Your obsession with Maura is interesting! Tell me about your relationship with your mother....
Brady

Shirley, NY

#17 Nov 1, 2013
FrankieCucchiaraDotCom wrote:
<quoted text>
Heaveno "Brady",
Again, I was never LIVE camming Naked on my web site; not yet anyway!
The poster who used a Buffalo ISP and impersonated me was not being honest and Brady with you. There are people on here who are trying to get me. I think they may actually be organized criminals too. This constant barrage of imposters is getting me down. What's the point of all this? Maybe I should just

“Honest Frank!”

Since: Feb 13

Mastic Beach, NY

#18 Nov 1, 2013
Brady wrote:
<quoted text>The poster who used a Buffalo ISP and impersonated me was not being honest and Brady with you. There are people on here who are trying to get me. I think they may actually be organized criminals too. This constant barrage of imposters is getting me down. What's the point of all this? Maybe I should just
Heaveno "Brady",
People use my username also so when we answer a user's Quote that has the same username, everyone knows that it is ONLY intended for the user that made the Quote! If you are BRAVE like Honest Frank, you will use your Real Name and a Photo of yourself as your Profile Photo and not Hide your TRUE IDENTITY.
Frogs Rule

France

#20 Nov 1, 2013
You seem to be the one who is stalking Brady. She sounds like she is getting depressed and fearful. The advice she gave to Franken is good. It seems Evan is a poof. What is his deal?

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