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December 09, 2013


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Also, in British English, "scrumping" means to steal apples from someone else's tree or orchard.

Huh. In the fiction of Sir Terry Pratchett, the same substance is called "scumble." Which sounds a great deal less appetizing even than scrumpy.

It all sounds like diseases of the scalp. *shudders*

I tried this cider and scant, meager, or lacking in the author's note is fitting in describing its flavor. Sulfite was far stronger a taste than apple.

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