A is for acorn. B is for buttercup. C is for chestnut.
Or maybe: A is for almond. B is for blackberry. C is for crocus.
You recognize these words, right? They’re familiar, right? You can probably even picture the two-toned brown nut with its textured top hat. Possibly taste the juicy blackberry in your mouth in the form of a pie that your grandmother lovingly made with her own two hands. Imagine the yellow flower reflecting its color under your chin, proving your love of butter.