Out-of-town dwellers viewed by city folk. (Day trippers). (Tourists).
Country folk in town, dressed in 'day out' clothing. Tourists from foreign parts. Move at a different pace and indifferent to busy locals. Treating all others as the city masses and not individuals. So inadvertently rude at the bar, not engaging with locals and forgetting politeness. On a busy train they will allow one seat for a bag. In a bar they will cut between two people in conversation. Obviously shocked when confronted, as they think they are inoffensive and invisible. That is the most offensive thing about 'Fruit'.
by Dyslexic November 11, 2009