help you better understand what you're getting yourself into as an IAFU mainliner, we
want to take a moment to discuss semantics. First, let's address the word
"real". It's a designation you see a lot on product packaging, as in
these crackers contain real cheese or these chips are made with real
potatoes. Well, to us the "r word" is best left in the snack
like the "f word" better. It's a term synonymous with efficiency
and boldness. Faking something is faster than actually doing it.
Even weaving tangled webs is quicker. Faking is what Eddie Haskell
did, but Beaver couldn't. Who was bold in that duo?
move on to "fraudulent". This is an ugly word. We've found
it's a favorite with the same crowd that calls wild flowers "weeds"
and calls puppies "little trouble makers". IAFU has no time for
these individuals and advises you to avoid them as well.
we would be remiss if we failed to mention "humbug". Before
Scrooge used the term, it was a nice, funny sounding word, but we're afraid he
ruined it by his association with ghosts and a crummy Christmas.
is important. IAFU hopes we have imparted the insights necessary for the
successful heavy use of our service.