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Confuse one's fruit

Posted by Pamela on October 21, 2007

In Reply to: Confuse one's fruit posted by Taivo on October 20, 2007

: What is the meaning of the phrase "confuse one's fruit"? In Terry Pratchett's "Night Watch" there is a line about a warden: "... never spits in the gruel, never widdles in the tea. And never confuses his fruit, either."

I don't know, but while looking on google I found someone's favourite quote from this book: "The Assassin moved quietly from roof to roof until he was well away from the excitement around the Watch House. His movements could be called cat-like, except that he did not stop to spray urine up against things." Pamle