Flowers are Evil

I was never one to get flowers for girls (or boys, for that matter). The non-recipients of flowers attributed this to my stinginess, my forgetfulness or my general ignorance of other people’s wishes or feelings.

But now I have proof that God has always been on my side:

For next Valentine’s Day, just send this video.

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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11 Responses to Flowers are Evil

  1. Mike Rutledge says:

    I’ve always been fairly generous with flowers, and will continue to be, video with the silly bearded chap notwithstanding. Cheers.

    • I guess it says so in some book. Or someone’s translation of a book. Or someone’s interpretation of a translation of some book. Or someone’s recollection of a once-overheard interpretation of … . That’s how these and similar rules come into existence.

  2. dino bragoli says:

    Halalporkshop? ha ha
    The trouble is that muslims like to talk, the more they talk, the more Islamic ‘facts’ are revealed to the kafir general public who quite frankly have more important things to think about like getting a job, paying their bills and trying to get laid, assisted by the practice of giving or receiving flowers of course…
    I have noticed muslim women wearing perfume, not in an ‘impure’ way of course, I prefer wayward extrovert suicide blonds (dyed by their own hands) myself, so is giving just the scent of flowers halal? Maybe for shia…
    This man has an English accent, I guess his peaceful garden is in the south east of England somewhere, where he can sit and speak his mind without fear of retribution just in case he spouts the wrong interpretation of Islamic ‘fact’.

  3. Allahu Akbar says:

    He reminds me of Shrub Jr. “You are either with us or with the enemy”… Religious people are weird. As a matter of fact, everyone knows, that 9/11 was an Inside Job.

    • Conspiracy theorists are no less weird than religious people. They both invent some greater scheme of things because they don’t have enough information to understand how things really happened or because they don’t understand the concept of coincidence and believe that there has to be some person or group responsible for everything that happens.

  4. Dante says:

    Weird “argument”: “You may not do this because in the day of judgement, God will punish you for that.”
    This is really putting the cart before the horse.

  5. Poor flower! Being just there, pretty, in a garden, and suddenly cut and becoming a subject of ideological propaganda.

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