Toastish Numerals

The Toastish Number system is an Undecimal (base-11) numbering system that was used by the ancient Toastpriests to number and keep track of the toast that had been blessed. It is a fairly elegant system of numbering, and it became more refined throughout the millenia of toast counting. This system is in base eleven due to the fact that the Toastish always had to one-up the Arabics, to which the Arabics retorted that the Toastish had just copied their system, except with another number. This led to a conflit that is known today as "The Great Yelling-At-Eachother-From-The-Other-Side-Of-A-River" which still is known today as the single dullest war to ever take place.

The Numbers

Toastish Number Arabic Number
Zero
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Ten
╨∩ Eleven
╨╨ Twelve
╨╥ Thirteen
╨╤ Fourteen
╨┘ Fifteen
╨╪ Sixteen
╨╫ Seventeen
╨╙ Eighteen
╨╘ Nineteen
╨╒ Twenty
╨╓ Twenty-One
╥∩ 22
╤∩ 33
┘∩ 44
╪∩ 55
╫∩ 66
╙∩ 77
╘∩ 88
╒∩ 99
╓∩ 110
╨∩∩ 121
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