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Enthusiasts’ Names for Themselves

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The lingo used by hobbyists and enthusiasts includes names they give themselves. In the parlance of Lego lovers, an AFOL is an adult fan of Lego. If you’re a beekkeeper, you might call yourself a beek. People who love performing improv comedy sometimes refer to each other as imps. What’s the term you use to describe yourself and your own fellow hobbyists? This is part of a complete episode.

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