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Old 09-05-2013, 11:42 AM
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For me, it's tangerine. Whenever I eat it or at least hear its name, I instantly remember gift bags filled with chocolate sweets, candies and tangerines we used to get in the kindergarten before every Holiday. In general, tangerines are quite popular in my home country in winter, and they also are priced less than normally in Holiday time so everytime I eat them, the room - and the whole apartment actually - is filled of their smell and it always reminds me of Christmas.
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