"Izzard, Izzard, Izzard, I."
Riding with her brother through the Northamptonshire countryside drawing flora and discerning geological formations, Anne Elizabeth Baker could hear these words many a time over from children's mouths. She informs us in her Glossary of Northamptonshire Words and Phrases that "Izzard, Izzard, Izzard, I. Izzard, Izzard, Izzard, I." Is used as a counting-out rhyme.
"Izzard" itself is a way to spell the letter Z whose origins seem barely less obscure than the spelling itself has become by now. How about remembering it, counting out OS X Mail to forget an email account's password to even more complete obscurity?
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