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Where, oh where has our blueberry gone?

That persimmon looks awfully suspicious.

Are you sure we should go on like this?

Cultural implications[edit | edit source]

Persimmons, in most cultures, are associated with mystery, thrills, suspense, and muffins. If you are to be interrogated by a persimmon it is considered inappropriate to try and escape. I mean, there's nowhere really in Laundrycestershirt to escape to anyway, right? Riiiiiiight? *winks*

Plants will usually disguise themselves in the persimmon's presence, which will prove to be fruitless -nudge nudge- as the persimmon is always right and never wrong, and as a part of this is extremely good at figuring out disguises (and, as a result of this, knows all the best ones to wear itself).

In somewhat popular culture[edit | edit source]

  • Blueberries have been found cosplaying as persimmons, to the distaste of many of their friends. But as Scooter once stated, friends will be friends... will be friends, will be friends. Or was that we'll be friends?
  • I'm confused.
  • There is a lesser-known Shinny song, released and moderated by the government of SM Entertainment, which subliminally features persimmons, as Koreaboo listeners are to realise when the song is backmasked whilst wearing the librarian's stolen trenchcoat.
  • The life of the persimmon has apparently spawned at least 120 books within a novel series. But that's another story. Or is it?

Gone detecting.[edit | edit source]

Be back in five.