Superman had his Clark Kent, Batman his Bruce Wayne, Wonder Woman her Diane Prince. What about Ken Bauer?

An alter ego

describes characters in different works who are psychologically similar, or a fictional character whose behavior, speech or thoughts intentionally represent those of the author. It’s also used to designate the best friend of another character in a story. Similarly, the term alter ego may be applied to the role or persona taken on by an actor or by other types of performers.

For the example above, someone signed up to be in Ken’s Dilo group identified him as “Ken Bower”. Combining the name for a web software (appropriately for Ken, he teaches computer science) with his name as he states is commonly misspelled, we get KENT BOWER.

Can you do this for a friend, colleague, teacher? Be nice to them! Make them a super hero.

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This Daily Try has been recycled from previously published ones:

#agoratry95 Misspell a friend’s name into a flattering alter ego name (Sep 1, 2015)

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