Lemon

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This is not a lemon and should not be regarded as such.

The lemon is the name given to a lemur egg, traditionally used by pirates for cooking and combatting scurvy. They are also used in dining, eye surgery and powering small vehicles.

The lemon was introduced to modern civilisation in the 19th century on a boat coming from Madagascar and distributed about Europe after a large team of scientists had completed an extensive investigation into their chemical properties. In 1820 the first lemon-powered car was designed and built by Henry Ford. The revolutionary technology is currently present in 70% of cars used on the road today.

Lemons are typically yellow in colour but can be changed using regedit.exe.





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