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PreCentral: In which Derek tells his boss to eat a whole raw onion and he eats a whole raw onion

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Earlier today, my boss, Kevin "CrackBerry Kevin" Michaluk asked the world, "What's the best food to eat to make your moustache grow faster? Liver and Onions?"

To which I, in my eternal snarkiness, flatly responded, "Raw onions, a dash of garlic."

And, Kevin, being the nutcase that he is… ate a whole raw onion.

In Kevin's defense, this was for a good cause, even if it was a horrible idea. I promised Kevin a $50 contribution to his Movember campaign, and because I'm a man of my word, a $50 contribution was made. All for facial hair and raising awareness of men's health issues.

Just know, in this relationship, Derek wears the pants. The evil, evil pants.

In which Derek tells his boss to eat a whole onion and he eats a whole onion

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