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“I challenge anyone to say “Fufluns” a few times without smiling.”
“Larissa Bonfante and her father cowrote the following in The Etruscan Language: An Introduction, Revised Editon (2002), p.205: Selvans (Silvanus) - The Etruscan name of the god, which perhaps comes from the Latin, appears twice on the Piacenza Liver, once next to that of Fufluns, near Letham.”
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Fufluns, as everyone knows, are the tasty treats that are great warm, cold, covered in sprinkles, or thrown at one's friends. Here's a list of what fufluns are called in various places around the w...
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From a comment by bilby over on Pat the cat.
Looking for tweets for Fufluns.