|A forgotten medieval fruit with a vulgar name?|
|"Medlar" and "open-arse" can be used to refer to both the fruit and the shrub-like tree on which it's grown?|
And as far as metaphors go this tree could be considered
"poetry in motion" I guess?-)
|Now what if these lemons were medlars instead?-)|
|You could tell dad what you really think of him:-)|
There's probably a whole new world of possibility and industry with this fruit, if we keep and open, ah ... mind about it.And with all of that spare toilet paper stockpiled from recent Covid 19 panic buying, what better trees could you have growing in your front yard for a good old fashioned TPing?