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Writer's Block: Lemon Awareness Month

Posted on 2008.09.09 at 13:13
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This month is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Month. Talk about your experiences with ADHD, or those of someone close to you.


ADHD isn't a real disorder, it's actually a side-effect of looking at lemons. Lemons are sneaky and will inject your mind with citric acids. If you encounter a lemon in the real world try not to look directly at it. Isolate it in a controlled environment and call the Lemonguard, the official fourth emergency service. Trained lemon operatives will be straight around with lemon containment units and lemon neutralising milk of magnesia.

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james0289 at 2008-09-09 12:37 (UTC) (Link)
There's a rhyme that my family used to have on an old postcard, which they used to stick to the fridge when I was little... and this reminded me of it. :D
It went something like:

Never trust a melon: it's a lemon in disguise;
Never trust a potato with shifty eyes.
Never trust a radish: it repeats all it hears;
Never trust an onion: it'll all end in tears.

So that's what it is -- if the lemon isn't trying to squirt citric acid into your brain, then it's going around masquerading as a melon!
Cyberninja
cube_166 at 2008-09-10 09:49 (UTC) (Link)
I've heard that rhyme before, although I can't remember where. Either way it does sound like good advice to live by. :)
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