Here's something I've always wondered, and this has nothing to do with you Idolores, you just reminded me of it. Whenever a person says that something "tastes like balls" does that person actually know what balls taste like or are they just assuming they taste bad? What if balls actually have a pleasant flavor? Let's assume this person has tasted some balls in the past and the so-called bad tasting balls they had were in the minority, and the majority of other balls out there are actually quite delicious. For example, if you get soggy, burnt, over salted, dark brown fries at McDonald's the next time you visit, would you then start saying that bad-tasting things "taste like McDonald's fries" -- heck no, cause you're aware that you just got a bad batch and usually they're damn tasty. Even if you've taste many many balls, who knows, maybe you're just very unlucky and haven't found the right ones yet. Should you keep trying or just give up on your quest and come to the conclusion that every ball in the world tastes awful? Think about that, and then when you think you're done thinking, think again.
Oh and another thing.. riddle me this.. if all cranberry juice really does taste like balls, do all balls taste like cranberry juice?