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Webcomic profile: Mr Flower
Mr Flower
Just a flower
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Language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 18th Dec 2018, 6:04 AM
Number of comics: 147
Number of subscribers: 91
Visitors: 19582 visitors (70734 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.99 (571 votes)

Webcomic description

In The Meadow lives Mr. Flower, the bestest and most beautiful flower around.

Don't be a stinkbug, fire up your exploding apple laptop, and read Mr. Flower today.

Puns and silly antics abound. Updates usually once a week.


Most recent comments left on Mr Flower

Mr. Flower
6 days ago
Mr. Flower
awesome!
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slimeex7
13 days ago
slimeex7
I love Mr. flower comics. I read all of it today
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MadJak91
19th Dec 2018
MadJak91
When is the international brain day? Or the international day without bumping into people on stairs because you read your smartphones? I think there are a few topics that need awareness :D

But gosh... There are so many pointless days. I do not remember there being so many. I always heard the typical ones like Moms, Dads, women, men, children, cancer awareness and so on that make sense and were always there. These days though you can easily have whatever day. Apparently there is a cheeseburger day from what I found once :D
I guess it does not matter as long as it is not like this here and somebody trying their marketing or politics on you. Mostly marketing. Bleh.
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Mr. Flower
18th Dec 2018
Mr. Flower
international stilt day approaches.
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MadJak91
24th Oct 2018
MadJak91
Nice! I am guessing it is something similar to eating garlic. So that the spirits will not eat your or your soul? Maybe?

While I do not believe in spirits or souls at all and keep it only to the respects part, since you mentioned such a tradition...
One other part of our holidays is lighting candles. You light a candle to guide a ghost on its journey. It seems to be that Poles and Czechs are more pedant in this tradition. Especially Poles. If you visit a larger cemetery some of them designated spots for candles. And once the holidays kick in and people visit graves, you have this awesome looking sea of candle fires everywhere :D
Funnily enough and according to a friend, Ukraine actually has an old tradition involving pumpkins but their use was completely unrelated.

It is just looks so much better to me. Than another flood of grinning pumpkins, screeching bats, laughing skeletons and candy. I mean, I would like to know the significance of ALL of that but when I asked in the past it was like: "I am sure there is but it is just cool :D"
Hmm...
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