It looks like an Echeveria 'Black Prince' so I think it should have some kind of ridiculous male model name - like Fabio or Adonis or Baptiste or Adolpho. Or all of those.
My plants are named:
Love (aloe vera);
the Janices (three separate jade plants that used to be one);
Roberta (rubber tree plant);
Mike, Vyvyan, Neil, and Rik (graptosedums/succulents - I had a lil one named Special Patrol Group but it died);
Topsy (Echeveria 'topsy turvy' I WAS OUT OF IDEAS THAT DAY);
and Jimbles (jellybean plant).
I bought a pothos vine the other day but I haven't named it yet. Bartok maybe??
@MissCajlin Thank you for teaching me that there exists such a thing as a DWARF PINK LEMON
Oh my GOODNESS at the 'real' luxury watches linked to in the article. they have a category on their site for 'Novelties,' one of which includes "18-carat white gold, diamond-set bezel and lugs, glareproofed sapphire crystal and caseback, crown set with a pink cabochon sapphire" and set with "116 brilliant-cut diamonds ; ~0.60 carats." That is *definitely* something that makes me titter over my tea and declare "How novel!" (J/K it actually makes me clutch my chest and panic)
I thought I was done watching these for today but nope
:D :D :D I am so into this! My favorite fictional family, forever.
But picturing the defeated and feckless sperm is my FAVORITE part.
Right next to your comment about this word is an ad for Piper Lime that says "#noteventrying Mastering Effortless Style"
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Is it smegma??
I graduated this spring and most of my friends have already gone and now today is my last day at work before I move back in with my parents for the duration of my unemployment, so yes, ow, thank you, Baba.