Fresh Mangosteen

Posted by on January 30, 2014
Formerly Forbidden Fruit

Formerly Forbidden Fruit

With the recent reunification of Mangoustan (thanks to the brave sacrifice of Mr. Blick), the economy of the former East Mangoustan has been thriving. Many new products have been flowing to the rest of the world, and, most importantly, it is finally possible to obtain fresh mangosteen without having to go to a bad part of town while dressed up like a zebra.

Now that the embargo has been lifted, anyone can get these magnificent mangosteens directly from the former East Mangoustan. No longer will you have to slip into the seedy underworld of mangosteen-smuggling Mangoustani disapora. You won’t need to try to put on a fake Mangoustani accent or be prepared to answer a barrage of trivia questions about obscure events in Mangoustani history. Most importantly, you can finally donate that smelly old zebra costume to the thrift store, since it’s no longer necessary for supporting your mangosteen habit.

I wonder why they only grow in Mangoustan

I wonder why they only grow in Mangoustan

The world is truly a better place now that this queen of fruits, with its thick red rind and delicious white pulp, is finally available for everyday consumption. We can only hope that there will be even more wonders appearing from the former East Mangoustan in the future.

 

 

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