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feetch feetch: /feech feech/, interj.

If someone tells you about some new improvement to a program, you might respond: “Feetch, feetch!” The meaning of this depends critically on vocal inflection. With enthusiasm, it means something like “Boy, that's great! What a great hack!” Grudgingly or with obvious doubt, it means “I don't know; it sounds like just one more unnecessary and complicated thing”. With a tone of resignation, it means, “Well, I'd rather keep it simple, but I suppose it has to be done”.