The “true” meaning of ZiZ

ZiZ

Literal meaning

  • “No, look – it moved.”

History

  • Found in limestone deposits in Chester in 1222 AD, the name ZiZ
    was originally used chiefly to refer to Belgians over 5″11′, before
    losing two vowels in the wash.

Famous ZiZs

  1. ZiZ J Mapduster, MA, RN, who discovered demanding money with
    menaces; ghost-writer of Lady Macbeth’s expressionist autobiography,
    E-MAIL ME FOR THE SECRET OF MY MILLIONAIRE’S SUCCESS;
  2. Judge ZiZ de Nootlooter-Sprewt, belittler of some thing or other;
  3. ZiZ Lonfial (“The Blue”), indifferent to the definitive manual on drowning;
  4. ZiZ Frewsy, MD, BSc, populariser of the entertainment industry blacklist;
  5. ZiZ Toot, DSO and Bar, who lost a fortune on stout boots;
  6. Chief Scientist ZiZ Tube-Ach, BA, aroused by the hovering
    cinema; ghost-writer of The St Winifred’s School Choir’s disgraceful
    autobiography, I LOVE MY FROG!;
  7. ZiZ O’Oily-Frote, BA, RN, proponent of the concept of
    acceptable losses; first holder of the office of Chancellor of the Eggs
    Checker;
  8. ZiZ de la Thews, MSc, named in court as holding compromising material concerning Britain’s standards;
  9. Inspector ZiZ Cangoose, fascinated to death by the Bakelite Diet;
  10. ZiZ Sponetote (“The Thing”), channeller under supernatural
    influences of the world’s most popular cosh; first holder of the office
    of Evil Marionette.

Typical ZiZ motto

  • “All for one and one for example.”

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