Last month darts fans couldn't contain themselves when Sky Sports commentator Wayne Mardle pointed out the name of Raymond van Barneveld's manager – Ben de Kok.
So you can imagine what happened on Wednesday when they discovered a match between Dutch thrower Jeremy van der Winkel and American arrowsmith Jules van Dongen at Q School.
Scoring power between the two might have been in short supply, but laughs certainly weren't as their names came to the attention of fans on social media.
Writing on Twitter, PDC commentator and pundit Dan Dawson called the match up the 'anatomical euphemism derby' as the replies underneath began to fill up with all manner of hilarious comments.
Dawson wrote: "Jeremy van der Winkel versus Jules van Dongen in the anatomical euphemism derby right now."
Former BDO and Premier League champion Glen Durrant was the first person on the scene, replying: "That’s a hard one to choose the winner."
To which someone else hit back with: "Ben De Kock will be the manager of the winner."
Another person referenced the Carry On series of films, famed for their smutty humour, and said: "Carry On The Oche. Ooh matron."
A fourth user joked: "Imagine if they were playing in the semis!"
While a different tweeter offered up this horrifying thought: "Don’t think I wanna see either come first in that one."
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Van Dongen edged past Van der Winkel in a match that was anything but a flacid encounter, eventually prevailing 6-5 in a last-leg decider.
Unfortunately, that's where the American's Q School journey ended on day one of the final stage after Damian Mol edged through 6-4 in their last-16 clash.
In the end, James Wilson and Jose Justicia emerged triumphant on the opening day of Final Stage action to secure their tour cards.
Wilson's success saw him secure an immediate return to the Pro Tour, while Spaniard Justicia produced a scintillating performance in his final as he beat Mario Vandenbogaerde 6-0.
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