Hibiscus

So FREAKING obvious.

The Hibiscus flower was a symbol of glory for the ancient Victorians and this beautiful flower could only have been given to the ones who were worthy of that beauty. Besides being the symbol of glory, the Hibiscus flower was also a symbol of a perfect wife or romantic partner.

Amanda B

Amanda B

13 hours ago

Doug 🌺


And THEY BOTH DENY THIS ? ! ?

But Hamlet married an Aussie Monkeewrench.

Uuurm. Not in MY world.

HAMLET told OPHELIA to get her to a NUNNERY aka GFY.

FACT!

Rosemary for Remembrance?

UOI?

WE ALWAYS WIN?

WTF?

BTW : Ken Bran and Tom Good (Richard Briers from THE GOOD LIFE) talking WORDS WORDS WORDS.

Gossip is the Medicine of the Vicious Fact.

P.S. There is a Rosemary & Thyme episode with a drunk homeless woman called Hibby…Hibiscus. FACT!

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