Things with something in the middle are cooler

Now, repeat with me:

“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”
“Kracken has a C in the middle”

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So does your sentence… :slight_smile:

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To be safe: spell Craccen.

There is a C in both Zak and McKracken, Zak is short for Zachery I think.

Yep, full name is Francis Zachary McKracken. Lots of C’s there.

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I’ll start calling him Zack Mckckrackenc