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While Judith Rostron of Killarney Heights lived in London in the 1970s, pineapples (C8) definitely cost well above her budget, and Fortnum & Mason was more expensive than anywhere else. “I heard a story that a woman chose a pineapple for £ 1.50 at Fortnum & Mason and gave the seller £ 2. “Here’s a change for you, madam,” they said. She replied, “Keep surrendering, I stepped on the grapes along the way!”

Another mystery is solved. “The reason for topless pineapples (C8) is to prevent yourself from planting tops and growing varieties,” writes Lynn Booth of Ashfield. “The plant equivalent of copyright to carefully bred delicious pineapples.” David Le Cornu of Cronulla adds that “most, if not all, of the pineapples we see are hybrids, and the rights to grow them are licensed and paid for. They don’t care about the appearance of our fruit bowls. “

“Probably everyone knows that the best use of pineapple (C8) is to take a seat on a plate of seafood that would otherwise be filled with seafood?” states Ian Glendon of Ashmar (Qld).

As for pineapples (C8) (once bored, but today is not the day – Grandma), in 1971 Hermann Beyersdorf from Bangalore brought pineapple (C8) to East Berlin as a gift to his East German relatives. “When I got to the border crossing on Friedrichstrasse, the pineapple (including the crown) was weighed and after a long leafing through the customs lists I was charged 4.30 marks. When I tried to pay in the East German marks I had just exchanged, I was proudly told that I had to pay in West German marks. Luckily no one understood English when I told them where they could put it. However, my East German relatives were thrilled with it and cut off the crown to grow a pineapple, which unfortunately failed. ”

“And then I thought Apropos (C8) was an Egyptian deity,” says Greg Ratter of Mask (Vic). Apparently the Egyptian god of (non) relevance?

Apropos not apropos (C8), Warrick Strang of Krambach often says for no particular reason, “See you,” but then I add rather inexplicably, “If not sooner!” Why so? ”

In addition to the names of the airports (C8), John Meher of Tweed Heads recalls how many years ago an old Mascot resident said that “long before airplanes appeared, the name of the area, which is now Kingsford Smith Airport, was originally was called Fly Flat ”.


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