Why does it appeal?

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

8th November, 2022

Well, I look at it this way.

Ap = ‘son of’ in Welsh.

Peal = as in a peal of bells.

So ‘son of a peal of bells’ might be a ring, a telephone call perhaps.

To appeal to is seek help, maybe to the courts for justice, a call for help. Of course in French, ‘appeler’ is ‘to call’.

An anagram of appeal is ‘a apple’. Apples are appealing, appealing to the eye.

And you may wish to, er peel an apple!

In the Garden of Eden it is said a fruit caused the downfall of Adam and Eve, even an apple.

Well, apples are not the only fruit…

But that is some of the reasons why ‘it’ may appeal.

Whatever ‘it’ is.