What Do His Flowers Truly Mean?

As Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching, men are searching to find the perfect bouquet of flowers for the women in their lives. But there is a good chance he has no idea what the flowers actually mean! I did some research and found a “guide” for flower translation. But I will say, that I have received some of these flowers and the “translation” was completely wrong. So keep that in mind, it’s just entertaining!

BUTTTTTT…….future husband, PLEASE read. 🙂

Sunflower
Represents: purity, lofty thoughts
Says: “I’m not going to put out.”

Burgundy Roses
Represents: unconscious beauty
Says: “I can’t see your beauty. Because it’s underneath the surface. Beauty is only skin deep. You have inner beauty? Er, I like watching you sleep.”

Daisies
Represents: innocence, loyal love, and faith
Says: “These are delicate with a hint of spontaneity, just like you.”

Mint
Represents: suspicion
Says: “I bet you are cheating on me, but we can agree that these flowers smell damn good.”

Yellow Tulips
Represents: hopeless love
Says: “Please, please, please, please be with me. Please.”

Bird’s-Foot Trefoil
Represents: revenge
Says: “You’ll pay for these flowers.”

Orchid
Represents: refined beauty
Says: “I am either pretentious or trying really hard to be.”

Gerbera Daisies (Future husband, pick these….these are my favorite)
Represents: beauty, innocence and purity
Says: “I love you.”

Yellow Poppies
Represents: wealth and success
Says: “I love you for your money.”

Pink Carnations
Represents: a mother’s love
Says: “No, I don’t have Oedipus Complex, but, yes, these flowers should have gone to Mom.”

Yellow Roses
Represents: joy, friendship, apology, jealousy, dying love, infidelity, and heartbreak
Says: “I have no idea what I’m trying to say.”

Or the men should play it “safe” and just bake us something like these.

I mean, who doesn’t love cupcakes?

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