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Cornbread Walker: the mystery revealed

The secrets of a man named Cornbread

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  1. Is this man's proper name "Cornbread?" No, it is not. His given name is Cornelius, per Kentucky Wesleyan University SID Roy Pickerill. "Cornbread" is a nickname.
  2. Does anyone actually call him "Cornbread?" Yes, but many people at KWU just call him "Bread" for short.
  3. How did he get this nickname? He loved his grandmother's cornbread to the point where it became his preferred name as a young child.
  4. Does this man love Cornbread more than you do? Yes. Cornelius Walker likes cornbread more than you ever possibly could. (Via.)
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