Saturday, 6 May 2017

Defence mechanism?


I just went back to look at the Night Scented Stock seed supplier, and saw these orchids. I thought they also sold well-dressed monkeys for a moment.

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  1. They look so like monkeys.

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  2. Almost creepy they are so like monkeys!!

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  3. I suspect a little tampering don't you?

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    1. I don't think so. Why would s seed merchant do that?

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    2. I enlarged them and got suspicious but this is a seed catalogue!

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  4. If you had not revealed that these were orchid photographs, I would be 100% betting they were monkeys, exotic monkeys.

    I also wanted to mention that I liked the rather spooky reflection photo in your prior post.

    Best wishes.

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  5. No monkey business in that picture, I don't think?
    Greetings Maria x

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  6. I'm not a lover of orchids but these are fabulous.
    Briony
    x

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  7. My orchids dont look anything like them. Come on tell us the supplier, I also want night scented stock.

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    1. Sorry, I forgot. If you go onto ebay UK and look up Night Scented Stock you will find them. Oh and it is 12,000 for 99p, not 30,000 as I said. It's still a lot!

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  8. I love orchids, but couldn't have those. I mustn't look too closely at the ones currently blooming.

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  9. Unreal! I am still not convinced that the top right one is a flower. Do these creations have monkey names? On second thought, what would be a monkey name?

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    1. They are sometimes called Monkey Orchids I think.

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  10. I knew a Monkey once, who thought that most humans looked like Orchids.

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  11. I have checked, and these are real flowers. I was disappointed to find out that the beautiful naked women who hang from trees as fruit in the Himalayas are a fake, though.

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