I've recently read Batman - Dark Victory, which I own in a translated version in my native tongue. In the second book there's a particular moment where Batman talks with Dick about why he chose Robin as his crimefighter identity. Dick replies something like this:
"My mom called me Robin, because I was constantly doing stuff".
In my version the word used for "doing" is "robil" which is a nice word play. But I cannot figure out how this sentence is carried out in the original.
Is there any word play in the original? If so, what is it?