So a co-worker was conversing with one of his friends who works at a help desk via IM. During this IM conversation a humorous anecdote was recounted.
On any computer network, it is best practice to have a standard schema for deciding user names. A very common method is to take the first letter of the user's first name followed by their entire last name. If your real name were John Smith, your username would be jsmith. As such, your e-mail address would be firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today a new user was added to the network managed by this particular helpdesk. That user's name is Stephen Adcock. Therefore, his username is sadcock. He was calling the helpdesk to see if he could have it changed.
That is all.