Fez of etymology
(In-game plural: feces of etymology)
|helmet recipe||meat stack|
|basic meat helmet||tassel|
|basic meat fez||facsimile dictionary|
|fez of etymology|
- The fez of etymology is based on Faustus Pringle's (and his other British companions') self-described "probably exciting episodic audio-drama, made especially for your aural stimulation", which is also named The Fez of Etymology.
- The plural "feces of etymology" is derived as a clever analogy to Spanish pluralization rules: in Spanish, a word like "pez" (fish) is pluralized as "peces," so similarly, the English word "fez" could be comically pluralized as "feces."
|TOP 10 fez of etymology collections|
6. Yatsufusa - 85 | 7. Geenius - 76 | 8. Mistress of the Obvious - 76 | 9. Pastahead - 76 | 10. Wee Mad Willie - 61
Collection data courtesy of ePeterso2 and Jicken Wings