The word "Flonzo" (one Flònzo, two or more Flònzi) has not a precise meaning, I was just searching for something that sounds sloppy and weird. It's more an onomatopoeic word, and I think that it works fine, at least for an Italian mind!
I'm curious to know if in foreign languages, this word would give different sensations. It would be funny if, in another language, this word sounds someway romantic.
But probably it is, because everybody loves Flonzi, apparently!
This set contains two Flonzi Familiars, made with the most meaningless resin of our world.