If you don’t eat lemons very often you could easily wind up the owner of 400 acres of southern Illinois bottom land that floods with the slightest drizzle. There’s no structure on it since the local teenagers burned down the pump shed. You will still owe about fifty US dollars in placeholder taxes each year.
You’ll be looked down upon by men in ties for such a foolish acquisition. Especially since it could’ve been avoided by simply eating lemon slices and occasionally taping them to your face during job interviews.