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By Boffo97 (Dave Hines)
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#555801
The Kidney Man is a myth. That lady always had a fully functional kidney.
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Second Edition Balance Manager
By monty42 (Benjamin Liebich)
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2E World Top 16 2019
Nemesis
2E German National Champion 2020
#555873
I laughed way too hard at this!

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By Boffo97 (Dave Hines)
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#555875
The Doctor's face in the last panel totally sells it.
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By Boffo97 (Dave Hines)
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#555992
And you know the rest of the story...
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Executive Officer
By jadziadax8 (Maggie Geppert)
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1E North American Continental Champion 2021
2E North American Continental Quarter-Finalist 2021
#556001
Literally LOL!
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Online OP Coordinator
By pfti (Jon Carter)
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1E American National Champion 2020
1E British National Champion 2020
2E The Neutral Zone Regional Champion 2021
#556308
Mental Floss wrote:The name Richard is very old and was popular during the Middle Ages. In the 12th and 13th centuries everything was written by hand and Richard nicknames like Rich and Rick were common just to save time. Rhyming nicknames were also common and eventually Rick gave way to Dick and Hick, while Rich became Hitch. Dick, of course, is the only rhyming nickname that stuck over time. And boy did it stick. At one point in England, the name Dick was so popular that the phrase "every Tom, Dick, or Harry" was used to describe Everyman
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