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Scrumpy is a type of cider originating in the West of England,[1] particularly Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire. Traditionally, the dialect term "scrumpy" was used to refer to what was otherwise called "rough", a harsh cider made from unselected apples.

Today the term is more often used to distinguish locally made ciders produced in smaller quantities and using traditional methods, from mass-produced branded ciders.
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Jesus on Acid Oct 24, 2019 @ 1:54pm 
So you're going by "Octavian" now plebian? Haha what's up spurcifer, it's Tannerius from Rome. Remember me? Me and the other legionaries used to give you a hard time. Sorry you were just an easy target. I can see not much has changed. Remember Seira, the girl you had a crush on? Yeah, she's my concubine now. I make over 200 sesterces a year and drive a quadriga chariot. I guess some things never change huh? Nice catching up. Patheticus.
æro Sep 10, 2019 @ 1:35pm 
We should que, I'm with welcome to my bullying seminar and i overcame diversity
Admiral_Bubbles Jun 21, 2019 @ 1:20pm 
why are you so upset over losing an mge? chill my man