I've decided the name Jeff is using one too many hook-shaped letters.
For efficiency's sake, we should get that number down, so from this point forward, please address all Jeffs as Feff.
@djsundog Wouldn't eff be better though? F is still kind of a hook-ish-shaped letter if you squint hard enough.
@vertigo ah, see, I've been imprecise; it's not the quantity of hook-shaped letters word-wide that rubs me wrong, but the use of two distinct hook-shaped letters where one will obviously do.
@nivex I will not be taking any visits from Geoffs for the foreseeable future. No questions at this time, please.
@aschmitz I'm not sure our budget can afford Feff four distinct letters in their name. We have a lot of names to get to.
@djsundog I feel that the hook-shaped letters are a problem in general, not their number. I liked swirls, but hooking every letter apart from the 'e' is problematic for me. Therefore I suggest this name be improved to "Tett". This can be written with three downward strokes, a swirl for balance, and then ended with a single cross-stroke that finishes all T's while also symbolizing the revolution. Chop!
@djsundog Oo also "Tett" in English sounds similar to "tête", the French word for "head", as in "off with their __".
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