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button mushrooms

the fungi sexual flower as a button hole decoration
 
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Of course this is for those, that are too wise too early.

Adolescents need to show a subtle indicator that their difference, yet identified, is a good for society. They'll know if their soul has been labelled or not. A ball, as a societal focal point, will be a perfect place to state your potential affect in a fungenius way.

A slightly intoxicating preservative and fixer might be a necessity.

There are a various genera as possible choices from common supermarket, boutique cooking, various mind altering and, ultimately, Amanita phalloides (gives new meaning to wearing a cap).

We all know our bodies are eventually compost.

wjt, May 30 2017

small mushrooms https://www.google....gC&biw=1010&bih=614
T shirt or dress shirt [popbottle, May 30 2017]

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       There is almost an idea here.
Voice, May 30 2017
  

       Soul-labelling? Fungenuity? Sorry, but I don't follow your mushroom-logic.
Cuit_au_Four, May 30 2017
  

       La Dame aux Camelias for teen goths?
pertinax, May 30 2017
  

       //A ball, as a societal focal point, will be a perfect place to state your potential affect in a fungenius way.//   

       I have no idea what this is meant to mean. Is one meant to carry around a mushroom in a ball, snowglobe-stylee? Or does one host a dance featuring fungi?
MaxwellBuchanan, May 30 2017
  

       Did you just consume some magical mushies, [wit]? And if so send me some. I miss the days of colorful, senseless thoughts.   

       Right-on.
blissmiss, May 30 2017
  

       I do like the idea of shirt buttons in the shape of mushrooms.
bungston, May 30 2017
  

       //We all know our bodies are eventually compost.// Not necessarily. I know someone who had his wife preserved by freeze-drying.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 30 2017
  

       No, wait. It was his cat.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 30 2017
  

       It wasn't us. Honestly... it really wasn't us, not this time. We'd never bother with a cat that was already dead ...   

       // our bodies are eventually compost //   

       Not soon enough for you, [wjt]
8th of 7, May 30 2017
  

       The spore body is a type of flowering, right ? Just another flower.
wjt, May 31 2017
  

       It's called a "fruiting body." Flowers are only found on angiosperms of the plant kingdom.
Cuit_au_Four, May 31 2017
  

       There is no “after Brexit”, Ian. It's like “before the Big Bang”.
pocmloc, May 31 2017
  

       Except that the Daily Mail will have more to say about it.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 31 2017
  

       Incidentally, during the Sansovar Rising of 1850-1852 in Hungary, the rebels wore a dried boletus mushroom in their caps to identify themselves to other rebels. The rising, of course, was quashed in August 1852, possibly due to the lack of boletus mushrooms in midsummer.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 31 2017
  
      
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