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    Masculine flower (GQ flower for men)

    I heard some of you guys said that giving flower to a guy is gay as hell..

    Well, it depends on what type of flower, I guess
    Can flower complement your masculine beauty? Of course..everything is possible

    Below are types of flower/coloring plant I think suitable for men

    1. Anthurium (especially the dark crimson one) is an elegant plant, easy to care and very attractive. Range size from miniature to gigantic and has numerous variants!


    2.Bromeliad- same as Anthurium, an indoor tropical plant, lotsa variants.


    3. All types of dark flower..

    Black Orchid

    especially the Paphiopedilum- species

    Black Iris

    even some called "bearded" black iris..so that flower is definitely for men.
    http://i-cdn.apartmenttherapy.com/ui...liris62408.jpg

    and all kinds of dark flower..the meaner, the better

    ^ that isn't orchid though

    4. Blue Orchid
    Orchid again, that's right
    this Orchid dye is very elegant addition for your office/home.


    and I think the blue variant in dendrobium orchid (if you like) is very suitable for men


    watch out from becoming too busy though
    although I hate if that flower used for wedding (bouquet)
    because of the color/shape is very NOT feminine/romantic..I have no idea why the becoming popular for bridal flower..well, if you have Tahiti/Hawaiian wedding ya (but still, the flower looks bad for reception or for bouquet :http://capfloraldesigns.com/wp-conte...5/DSC_0144.jpg

    5. Dont forget a nice cala lily (this flower is unisex)



    I hope this thread could be beneficial to you..considering this one cramping my posting style due to multiple tabs I used..-_-
    K, if you know more, dont hesitant to acknowledging me here

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    Re: Masculine flower (GQ flower for men)

    What's a masculine flower? And what's wrong with a feminine one?



    I personally think pink is a very masculine color.. so hah.

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    Re: Masculine flower (GQ flower for men)

    Jos, you liar you told me you know LITTLE about flowers and plants and such
    BTW, you need to know those blue orchids you posted are obviously artificially dyed

    Okay, back to the topic.

    Some additions:

    1. Thistles - the thornier the better


    2. Globe thistles


    3. Protea - the bigger, the wider, the harder, the better


    4. Sea holly (eryngium)


    5. Birds of paradise


    6. Bells of Ireland (moluccella)


    7. Paper moon (Scabiosa stellata)
    come now, my child. if we were planning to harm you, do you think
    we'd be lurking here beside the path in the darkest part of the forest?

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    Wait I was wrong... I found some masculine plants... well sometimes they might have flowers... they describe the personality of some quite well:


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    ^^^ Stunning

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    Opuntia Helleeri <
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    masculine
    or femaline
    everywhere ans is they prickys
    ans floppys
    lot a furity pricky balls
    but good fingars get um ans ya suck um pips spit spit spit
    bit over is me thinks
    but handy ya got drinks

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    Why are almost all of these really severe and scary looking?

    The Black Orchid is so hideous!!! And Paper Moon looks like some weird disease infested plant.

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    Oops, the image for the sea holly is missing.



    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    Why are almost all of these really severe and scary looking?

    Paper Moon looks like some weird disease infested plant.
    Perhaps a different colour would suit you.

    come now, my child. if we were planning to harm you, do you think
    we'd be lurking here beside the path in the darkest part of the forest?

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    LOL masculine flower what a crock of shit.

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    My mother loves Anthurium, are they considered masculine? Because of the phallic shape maybe?
    That blue orchid is stunning... I was wondering about its colour though... nowadays almost any colour can be achieved with genetic manipulations...
    As for the dendrobium, is the photo HDRed? They're so flashy/fluo, they don't look too tacky though

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    Rejected, the notion that giving a certain flower is "less gay" than another.

    The giving is the gay thing, and a good thing at that.

    Give what you like, but straight men do not express themselves to men with flower gifts, except in formal situations or as jibes. I'm glad I'm not straight, as I love giving flowers.

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    Re: Masculine flower (GQ flower for men)

    This fragment from The Gay Deceivers comes to mind:


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    Im just kidding . . .


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    JP,
    Im sorry. That was a tacky thing for me to do


    Ants on unknown plant/flower

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    lol, sorry. Had to.
    But I think giving flowers to a man is kinda awkard. And flowers are like the bonus ''I don't know what to give to I searched some random flowers on the net and brought you these''.

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    Re: Masculine flower (GQ flower for men)

    There is not such a thing as a masculine flower.
    Flowers are flowers.
    I don't like them, even though you showed me the "masculine" ones, I still don't like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JP. View Post
    ....
    5. Dont forget a nice cala lily (this flower is unisex)
    Is that vase Steuben?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroSoccer View Post
    There is not such a thing as a masculine flower.
    Flowers are flowers.
    I don't like them, even though you showed me the "masculine" ones, I still don't like them.
    I've got one word for you. Dioecious.

    I like the other Scabiosas better, but for a Stellata how about this one?

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    The dyed phals and dendrobiums are just too frankenflower for me.

    Oh - and the artichoke is a thistle.

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    Still gay...

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    Re: Masculine flower (GQ flower for men)

    ^
    Whelp.. ^^
    This article is for straight men/masculine gay guy
    Among geis..there is no rule applies

    just as seen in my bedroom here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by freefall View Post
    Jos, you liar you told me you know LITTLE about flowers and plants and such
    BTW, you need to know those blue orchids you posted are obviously artificially dyed
    Well, my knowledge increase eversince I chat you about fish-aquatic plants- then my interest grow to terrestrial plants
    and btw who lives next to plant nursery huh?

    Okay, back to the topic.

    Some additions:

    ~.~

    7. Paper moon (Scabiosa stellata)

    that straight goes to my knowledge bank
    ^ they go well with abstract painting and burnt sienna room

    I love ur list
    Can you believe one stem of protea- fresh cut is $4 each? ^^
    Last edited by JP.; January 11th, 2013 at 04:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palbert View Post
    Is that vase Steuben?
    Oh my...

    more knowledge

    Quote Originally Posted by ixthrock View Post

    Oh - and the artichoke is a thistle.
    The more I know ^^

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    So, giving and accepting ugly flowers is meant to make you butch and masculine? OK. Since I am so insecure that I need to reaffirm my masculinity by obsessing over silly things that don't matter, from now on, I'm only going to give away these beauties:

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    Invasive and desert-hardened shrubs and plants that smell like rotting corpses... Yeah, I feel manlier already! Now I only need to watch '300' and get into a massive brawl during a football (oh, sorry, footie... I don't wanna sound faggy) match, and I'll be able to call meself a propah man.
    Last edited by Adrusek81; January 11th, 2013 at 05:05 PM.

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    Re: Masculine flower (GQ flower for men)

    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    What's a masculine flower? And what's wrong with a feminine one?



    I personally think pink is a very masculine color.. so hah.
    Pink is not a masculine color, I meant..what universe you live in?
    It was masculine color during French monarchy...pink dress for baby boy and blue dress for girl
    but that isn't what perceived now.

    However you can't deny there are appropriate beauty products out there designed for men..
    not only that, I find man like to exaggerate their presence especially if the product perceived as less manly ie: cosmetic, soap, etc
    men likes to "re-brand" everything to appear more manly ie: Dove...for men
    love it /hate it that's the way it is.. ^^

    if you're non-comformist, be yourself

    I too, be myself..I adore masculine products as way of life rather than unconventional one, that just me.
    I wont limit myself if I like shoes that way too girly for my manly view..I did a bit balancing in choosing items I bought
    but just let you know, Im not preaching here

    If you give that flower to me, I'll take it ^^

    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    Wait I was wrong... I found some masculine plants... well sometimes they might have flowers... they describe the personality of some quite well:

    I like cactus too, elaborate please..^^

    Quote Originally Posted by SLOPPYSECONDS View Post
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    Thank you, Sloppy for making sense !
    Last edited by JP.; January 11th, 2013 at 05:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrusek81 View Post

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    Fierce...

    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    Why are almost all of these really severe and scary looking?

    The Black Orchid is so hideous!!! And Paper Moon looks like some weird disease infested plant.
    Arent men like?
    Last edited by JP.; January 11th, 2013 at 05:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harke the Boeotarch View Post
    This fragment from The Gay Deceivers comes to mind:

    Gay Deceivers 1969? Is that when a term "gay" become widely accepted as homosexual? ^^
    2 straight guys fooling the army as gay guys living in gaybourhood in order to avoid draft while dating chicks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nishin View Post
    My mother loves Anthurium, are they considered masculine? Because of the phallic shape maybe?
    That blue orchid is stunning... I was wondering about its colour though... nowadays almost any colour can be achieved with genetic manipulations...
    As for the dendrobium, is the photo HDRed? They're so flashy/fluo, they don't look too tacky though
    Why you talked about your mom and phallic in same paragraph?..That just wronggg

    Yes.. I wrote Orchid dye- supposed to be dyed Orchid '^^
    I love fake color on flower, I think that is an advancement
    for enhancement

    Quote Originally Posted by M10000 View Post
    Im just kidding . . .
    It's true that orchid is considered a masculine flower. I heard somewhere in medieval, there was superstitious that if a mother wants to giving birth to baby boy, she ought to eat orchid bulb- the long one.

    Quote Originally Posted by M10000 View Post

    Ants on unknown plant/flower
    Are you sure they're not gay couple?

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    Photobucket sucks, it wont link..

    so here's anemone ( poppies ) in my bedroom during summer. Somebody might splattered their seeds last year winter, in summer they bloom widely on empty landfill behind my apartment

    I fresh cut them and put them in my bedroom ^^ Too bad, such a fragile beauties...(gone easily)



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    Quote Originally Posted by JP. View Post
    Pink is not a masculine color, I meant..what universe you live in?
    It was masculine color during French monarchy...pink dress for baby boy and blue dress for girl
    but that isn't what perceived now.
    Sarcasm... sarcasm. I'm surprised one doesn't pick up on that. I think the whole idea of a masculine flower is silly. Flowers aren't masculine at all.

    I too, be myself..I adore masculine products as way of life rather than unconventional one, that just me.
    I wont limit myself if I like shoes that way too girly for my manly view..I did a bit balancing in choosing items I bought
    but just let you know, Im not preaching here
    Masculine products are a way to add a fake shield in my opinion. It's funny how femininity is stronger than masculinity in many cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JP. View Post
    One finds the same shade of blue swirling in the toilets of 'Motel Six'.
    “Why is it that we rejoice at a birth and grieve at a funeral? It is because we are not the person involved.” ~ Mark Twain

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    Give him an Arizona cactus in a flowerpot for valentines and you'll get fucked like never before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harke the Boeotarch View Post
    This fragment from The Gay Deceivers comes to mind:

    just watched it.
    < Dies laughing

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    I love cacti. If I could ever bear to again leave my family and the spanish-moss-on-live-oaks behind, I'd move to the southwest. A couple years back I was walking and found a fallen pad from a neighbor's prickly pear and idiotically took it home and rooted it. I got some of the very fine needles around the "eyes" in my fingers and they irritated me for several days while I waited for my skin cells (and the tiny barbs) to fall off. It's now the plant I love to hate; to me it seems kind of "tough guy" to keep an instrument of torture like that around. The big spines look dramatic and all, but it's the tiny little fine spines around each "eye" that I'm really afraid of...
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    Of course, If I want to have a really butch and scary plant, I'd get a "jumping" cactus, a cholla of a completely different color...
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    but I think my favorite that I saw while travelling is the ocotillo...
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    Yep... I'm definitely a plants guy...

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    This is a very "masculine" garden lol:



    Located right in Joshua tree..

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    My dad would be gay just to view this thread. My childhood memory of my dad is . . he's in the garden 24/7
    It doesnt help that my last name sounds like a thing related to the garden (No guessing please)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    Sarcasm... sarcasm. I'm surprised one doesn't pick up on that. I think the whole idea of a masculine flower is silly. Flowers aren't masculine at all.
    Of course there are masculine-looking flower ^^ (flower which manly man still confident standing adjacent with )
    Do I have to add the criteria to make you get it? ;-)
    How to give flowering plant to men (for love, celebration/ congratulation, etc) :
    1. Less color, avoid bright girly color such as: fuschia, magenta, pink, coral as well super-pastel color such as: baby blue, baby pink >_< and I think "lilac" is the most feminine color.
    * Do not choose super busy and flashy color pattern and also frilly-form in flower, men usually cant tolerate flashiness
    like..I think there is no flower more flamboyant than the vomit inducing: bicolor petunias

    2. Have strong presence; more sculptural, the better. That's why cactus and succulents work well in men's garden
    3. Pay attention to its container too, once I found totte bag/ high heels vase, of course those aren't for men

    ^
    Of course rules above do not apply if you're gay/gardener (male gardener also loathe that purse planter so.. )

    Masculine products are a way to add a fake shield in my opinion. It's funny how femininity is stronger than masculinity in many cases.
    More likely that you want to defy the truth. I wrote "silly" article about masculine flower but the truth is..it's not only flower that has manly version, this standard has been around from culinary, interior design, travel, etc and I bet someone already made botanical version for men-article in magazine.

    It's true that femininity (lol, feminininity ^^) is stronger than masculinity. Marlene Dietritch wore tuxedo since 1930's like nobody's business but men..still can't approved to go out wearing mini skirt/dress even in 2013
    http://shine.yahoo.com/photos/ive-se...210500977.html
    *read the comments ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    One finds the same shade of blue swirling in the toilets of 'Motel Six'.
    Dont u dare...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ixthrock View Post
    I love cacti. If I could ever bear to again leave my family and the spanish-moss-on-live-oaks behind, I'd move to the southwest. A couple years back I was walking and found a fallen pad from a neighbor's prickly pear and idiotically took it home and rooted it. I got some of the very fine needles around the "eyes" in my fingers and they irritated me for several days while I waited for my skin cells (and the tiny barbs) to fall off. It's now the plant I love to hate; to me it seems kind of "tough guy" to keep an instrument of torture like that around. The big spines look dramatic and all, but it's the tiny little fine spines around each "eye" that I'm really afraid of...
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    Of course, If I want to have a really butch and scary plant, I'd get a "jumping" cactus, a cholla of a completely different color...
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    but I think my favorite that I saw while travelling is the ocotillo...
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    Yep... I'm definitely a plants guy...
    They're very dramatic, that's why I like them.


    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    This is a very "masculine" garden lol:



    Located right in Joshua tree..
    Nice example above...

    more masculine garden:








    "Sculptural"


    I must add Aeoniums and Kalanchoe as my favs ^^




    ^
    Boy...he's good

    credit:
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    Last edited by JP.; January 12th, 2013 at 04:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard-up1 View Post
    Rejected, the notion that giving a certain flower is "less gay" than another.

    The giving is the gay thing, and a good thing at that.

    Give what you like, but straight men do not express themselves to men with flower gifts, except in formal situations or as jibes. I'm glad I'm not straight, as I love giving flowers.
    Just like straight men do not shave, wear long hair, earrings or put on any sort of "cologne" of perfume, or do not treat women as any sort of equal: people commonly mistake "essences" with social habits of a particular era, because that is what social habits and morals are about, to be convinced that what you do is THE way to do and think of things.

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    @Jos: anemones are not poppies. They're very different flowers.

    Also, if you're talking about the most colourful flower in one flower, nothing can beat these:







    come now, my child. if we were planning to harm you, do you think
    we'd be lurking here beside the path in the darkest part of the forest?

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    I completely fail at being gay.

    I don't like flowers and see it as pointless to spend money on something that is already dead and will only last a few days at most.

    I've never been to the theatre in my life and don't think i'd enjoy it.

    I squirm a little and feel awkward when I see guys being camp.

    I don't drink cocktails, I like nothing more than a nice cold beer.

    I just can't give blowjobs, I just don't really get how to do it properly but I do like to kick back and receive one.

    I can't cook very well, food like quiche, croissants, bagels, things like lemon meringue souffley stuffed with fresh pepper herb armadilllo spice a la torte bores me and my favourite meal is steak and chips.

    I have no sophistication, i'm proud of my farts, i'm extremely clumsy and constantly walk into things, break stuff and then blame it on someone else.

    Am I still allowed to be on JUB?

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    ^Only if you pose nude wearing nothing but a flower lei
    come now, my child. if we were planning to harm you, do you think
    we'd be lurking here beside the path in the darkest part of the forest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjoe View Post
    I completely fail at being gay.

    I don't like flowers and see it as pointless to spend money on something that is already dead and will only last a few days at most.
    You mean just like with steaks or nightclub flirts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjoe View Post
    I completely fail at being gay.

    I don't like flowers and see it as pointless to spend money on something that is already dead and will only last a few days at most.

    I've never been to the theatre in my life and don't think i'd enjoy it.

    I squirm a little and feel awkward when I see guys being camp.

    I don't drink cocktails, I like nothing more than a nice cold beer.

    I just can't give blowjobs, I just don't really get how to do it properly but I do like to kick back and receive one.

    I can't cook very well, food like quiche, croissants, bagels, things like lemon meringue souffley stuffed with fresh pepper herb armadilllo spice a la torte bores me and my favourite meal is steak and chips.

    I have no sophistication, i'm proud of my farts, i'm extremely clumsy and constantly walk into things, break stuff and then blame it on someone else.

    Am I still allowed to be on JUB?
    Well I love beer, farts, beer farts and steak and chips too.

    The only thing on your list that really worries me is the blowjob thing. But we at JUB are here to help you with that.

    Really. We are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjoe View Post

    I've never been to the theatre in my life and don't think i'd enjoy it.
    If your idea of theatre is Noel Coward, Gielguld, Les Misérables, Lloyd Weber or this, you are missing NOTHING... nothing good.

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    Pfft
    Here's a manly flower


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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjoe View Post
    I completely fail at being gay.

    I don't like flowers and see it as pointless to spend money on something that is already dead and will only last a few days at most.

    I've never been to the theatre in my life and don't think i'd enjoy it.

    I squirm a little and feel awkward when I see guys being camp.

    I don't drink cocktails, I like nothing more than a nice cold beer.

    I just can't give blowjobs, I just don't really get how to do it properly but I do like to kick back and receive one.

    I can't cook very well, food like quiche, croissants, bagels, things like lemon meringue souffley stuffed with fresh pepper herb armadilllo spice a la torte bores me and my favourite meal is steak and chips.

    I have no sophistication, i'm proud of my farts, i'm extremely clumsy and constantly walk into things, break stuff and then blame it on someone else.

    Am I still allowed to be on JUB?
    If you drop the stereotypes and leave them at the door

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunterM View Post
    Pfft
    Here's a manly flower

    Pfffffttt, that was even worse than this cowly flower: Click image for larger version. 

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