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Cult of the Fez

When the subject is disoriented, the Fez will leap upon the unsuspecting subject's cranium and attempt to evaluate the valuable brain within and try to absorb the crucial talent it developed.

The wily and secretive Fez is not necessarily a symbiote permanently attached to its host organism. Often, it will make forays into the wild to forage for potential receptive hosts in the biologic hope that the Fez may replicate. It's Nature at its most poetic and least sticky. Here are examples of photographic evidence of this fascinating process in which celebrities are cordially ambushed with the stroboscopic light of a camera. When the subject is disoriented, the Fez will leap upon the unsuspecting subject's cranium and attempt to evaluate the valuable brain within and try to absorb the crucial talent it developed. Note!: These images are not digital cut-and-paste fabrications, these are Genuwyne Specimens documented in their native habitats.

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