This silly question reminds me of a psychometric test I sat many years ago, specifically one question: "Would you rather be (a) a vicar (b) a helicopter pilot (c) something inbetween"
By the way, Lennon was known to be quite fluid in his opinions of Beatles songs and their meanings.
I'm surprised to hear you describe my question as 'silly' especially as you started this thread with a bold assertion of how meaningful the 'Walrus' lyrics really were. I'll put it down to the fact that you simply felt flustered at being at odds with Lennon himself. However, if you won't accept what he says about it even though he wrote the lyrics, then nothing I can say will make a difference. I'd love you to keep digging on this one and actually try to explain the lyrics line-by-line, but I suspect you won't. It's far easier simply to assert a vague link with the context within which the song was written. Unfortunately the hole in the bucket of this argument is that it could apply to any other song of the day. Lulu's 'To Sir with love' was released at about the same time. I'd love to hear what deep meaning you ascribe to those sugary lines.
Over half a century later and we're still getting all manner of tosh read into that gibberish. How Lennon must be chuckling!