Ok not really, we wont fail, but while looking up images for F I found this short film that was pretty cool if you want to check it out click on the image above..
Here's the wiki education:
F the Phoenician form of the letter was adopted into Greek as a vowel, upsilon (which resembled its descendant, Y, but was also ancestor to Roman letters U, V, and W); and with another form, as a consonant, digamma, which resembled F, but indicated the pronunciation /w/, as in Phoenician. (Later on, /w/ disappeared from Greek, resulting in digamma being used as a numeral only.)
In Etruscan, F also represented /w/; however, they formed the digraph FH to represent /f/; when the Romans adopted the letter, they had already borrowed U from Greek upsilon to stand for /w/. At this time, the Greek letter phi Φ represented an aspirated voiceless bilabial plosive, /pʰ/ though it has now come to approximate the sound of /f/ in Modern Greek.
The lower case f is not related to the visually similar long s, ſ. The use of the long s largely died out by the beginning of the 19th century, mostly to prevent confusion with f.
Personal story about the letter f My mom always made her f's backwards. In Jr. high I asked her if she was dyslexic, to which she replied no, how do you write your f's ? I said "like normal people do" I distinctly remember it being the first time I realized she too rolls her eyes LOL
Later when I went through her things after she passed it was that F that made me cry I kept a book she wrote in just because of it.. I also saw that she had ALWAYS made her f that way I it was just her thing..
Anyway.. I can't share my image yet because I have to finish it but hope everyone is just waiting for the weekend to catchup?