Fop

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For those with more Christian tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Fop.



A name from ancient times in England which describes a gentleman who has a slightly "mincing" aspect to his appearance. Fops would wear gigantic wigs made almost entirely of weasels bonded together with treacle, hence the children's nursery rhyme "Fop! Goes the weasel". Some of these fop wigs could reach enormous heights, and many of the rumblings attributed to dragons and suchlike were actually the far off rumblings of some wig collapsing.


"'Tis one thing to dress like a fop, but 'tis truly another thing to indulge in the brown loving" ~ Optimus Prime