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Today i went to the shop and bought a few lemons from a lady who was wearing a flowery dress and I says to her "that is a nice flowery dress you have on" and she says back "thanks mr" and I bought the lemons and came home and my cat meowed.

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Cool story bro. 
My cat has more of a squeak than a meow, unless you stand on her tail, and thats not really a meow either.
I'm having trouble finding lemons now. Can I substitute other citrus juice?

 Perhaps, depending on your reason for using citrus in the first instance. If you care to inform me of said use i might formulate some thought as to what may be considered an answer by some..... :-) 

Using lemon juice as part of the TPW recipe, but season for them seems to be over here now.  Expensive in the shop.
Have access to other cirtus fruit, not sure what my tree is, but it has really thick skins and the fruit isnt very nice, my neighbour has some orange and grapefruit, I can help myself to the grapefruit.
 
 

How about just using citric acid from the binn inn, cheap as all fuck :)
Grapefruit, yeah, it reacts with a heap of stuff and I don't know if any of the recative bits carry over in the distillate.
Orange, yeah, mint as!
Your cat has a citric chixth cence you know?

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