Monday, December 13, 2010


If you don't get it immediately: Selenicereus is pronounced Seh-LEEN-ih-SER-ee-us. "Dion" is pronounced "DEE-on."

If it still doesn't make sense, do a Google search for "near, far, wherever you are."

If it still doesn't make sense after that, well, it wasn't a very good joke anyway, so don't worry about it.


Liza said...

Haha, pretty funny mr_s!

Tigerdawn said...

Yay! I got it without any of the hints!!

Kenneth Moore said...

...that's more "AAAAAAHcactus." I don't know why, but that lady scares me.

Tom said...

Haha, were you by chance bored today? Great plant though!

Paul said...

I agree with Kenneth Moore. She's a coan-teen or something.

Zeï said...

No wai there is a plant named like that by chance.

mr_subjunctive said...

Kenneth Moore:

Me too, a little bit. But you know how it is. You make jokes with the internationally famous Canadian superstars you have, not the internationally famous Canadian superstars you want.


Well, technically, yes, but the reason it happened was less because I was bored and more because I'd had the idea for about a week and I finally got enough time to do it.


No, though there are new species being named all the time. It could happen.

Eric said...

A Selenicerius dion walks into a bar.

The bartender asks, "Why the long face?"

CatsandCatts said...

LOLPlants could open up a whole new genre of plant humor. Well done, sir!