Monday, December 13, 2010

LOLCactus







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.


9 comments:

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.

Tom:

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.

Zeï:

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!