Profile: Meister- originally means "master" in German (as in master craftsman or as an honorific title such as David Eckstein; akin to maestro). It has been borrowed into English slang, where it is used in compound words. It is often used as a suffix added to a noun to demonstrate proficiency in a given area. I guess that means I am the master of Kluck? You could probably come up with something better... if you do let me know.

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