BABY'S BREATH (Gypsophila): Tiny, adorable. Commonly used in commercial flower arrangements.
WEIRD UNCLE'S BREATH (Gary): Often described as a cross between alcohol and garlic. Method of reproduction unknown.
CARNATION (Dianthus caryophyllus): National flower of Spain, Monaco, and Slovenia. Comes in decent colors. Solid B+.
DATE NIGHT TUXEDO (Weigela) . Prefers ultra low-light conditions with minimal parental supervision; blooms once a year on prom night. Thrives in moist “clammy” soil. Fertliize regularly with Aqua Velva. See also: Carnation.
FORGET-ME-NOT (Myosotis scorpioides): Small blue flower found in bogs, ditches, and other creepy wet places. See also: Gollum, Lord of the Rings.
TOUCH-ME-NOT (Impatiens noli-tangere): 2nd most popular baby name in 2017 for girls born in the Washington DC area. See also: Pussy willow.
My name is Nasreen. I write micro essays, one-liners, and other small things. Most of them were funny at some point, at least to me.