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Is he, mayhap, a TEUNC?

(See TEUNC Page).

One the more typical TEUNCs is -- and I quote -- Menelvagor the Slayer of Killerbytes, Editor of Sauron's Dairy, and Lord High Enervator of the Empire of Psot, Tamer of Firestorm the Dragon, Hopelessly Wacky Baritone, and Grand Flusher of the Sacred Precincts of Tyope, Protector of the TraskÚd Stuff, R.E.A.L.L.Y.W.E.I.R.D, and Count Tildanor the Rog

(Emphasis mine -- and yes, that is typical for that bunch.)

The Sidhekin
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In reply to Re: Re: Funniest Variable/Subroutine names by Sidhekin
in thread Funniest Variable/Subroutine names by lshatzer

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