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'''Cueball''' is a [[stick figure]] character in [[xkcd]], distinguished from other characters by having ''no'' distinguishing features (including no hair or hat). The name is unofficial, but pretty much used here at [[explain xkcd]] or at the [http://fora.xkcd.com/ xkcd forum].
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'''Cueball''' is a [[stick figure]] character in [[xkcd]], distinguished from other characters by having ''no'' distinguishing features (including no hair or hat). The name is unofficial, and pretty much only used on [[explain xkcd]].
  
 
Like other [[xkcd]] characters, Cueball doesn't necessarily represent the same character from comic to comic, and is not necessarily a unique character in any given strip. Instead, he represents a generic {{w|everyman}}. In several comics, there are [[:Category:Multiple Cueballs|multiple such stick figures]], any of whom could be called Cueball.
 
Like other [[xkcd]] characters, Cueball doesn't necessarily represent the same character from comic to comic, and is not necessarily a unique character in any given strip. Instead, he represents a generic {{w|everyman}}. In several comics, there are [[:Category:Multiple Cueballs|multiple such stick figures]], any of whom could be called Cueball.

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