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Discussion in 'Beta Feedback [Archive]' started by NYC_Gal, Feb 12, 2011.
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MilePointer? MilePointee? MPer? MilePointies (as in Losties)? Randy's Army?
See "so what is a milepoint member officially called?"
I quite like MPM for Mile Point Member or Mile & Point Maximiser.
Members of Petersen
Not MiPoers please
MiPoser? hahaha....bad idea.
I vote for MPers. Pronounced Em-Pee-Ers.
Though Kiwi points us to a lengthy thread, I will still throw my 100 Zambian Kwacha for "m."
I like the quirky.
Miposians......A great civilization of Flyers.
I like Mile Point as two separate words.
I think we have to drop a word. We could go for "Milers" but that's too generic and could refer to "million milers" or something else.
I like the idea of "Pointmen" even if it's not gender neutral. Imagine the conversation: "Who should I talk to about getting the best deal on a flight? And how can I turn those frequent flyer miles into a free trip in the future?" "Hmm, maybe you should talk to Scottrick. He's the Pointman on those issues."
I do love “m.” though of course trying to stick it in a written sentence is more difficult.
pointer sisters (and brothers)
I can keep the ideas coming if you'd like!
I am ex military. Milepointers sounds good to me.
Make me think of 007.......lol
Homites as in House of Miles fans
HomBoiz and HomGirlz?
Better that than HouseBoy and Housegirl I would think!
HighMilers? I guess there are multiple contexts with that one........
Mileguys / Milegals? - Just MG's for short......little british convertible flyers.....
And not as fancy as *A or *wood. m--> doesn't work but I can handle being an m.er!
Hmmm, I do like m.er but also pointer.....or just "Miler".
What's going to happen is, you'll be on a flight, wonder if your seat mate uses this site; we need a term that makes sense. Asking "Are you a miler" or "Are you a MeePoo" probably won't work, and could even get you slapped.
I don't know the answer, but I suspect people will gravitate to asking "Are you a MilePointer?", just for simplicity and clarity.
Ah, that makes sense. I have had that experience, asking someone if they go to X website (not always flying related) and the whole convo just going south from there when they don't understand
I like MPM or MPer.