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samiselsewhere:

awkwardromantic:


This plant is called “makahiya”; in Tagalog, ‘hiya’ means shy.
Upon being touched, this plant’s leaves immediately fold up together as if the plant is shy (hence its name).

Also called the Touch-Me-Not, mimosa pudica are native to South America Central America, but have been introduced to many other regions, like the South East Asia.
The Tagalog word “makahiya,” is pronounced MAH-KAH-HEE-YA, in which the last syllable is not prolonged.

We call them sensitive plants and we used to have one and it died and it was a very sad day.

samiselsewhere:

awkwardromantic:

This plant is called “makahiya”; in Tagalog, ‘hiya’ means shy.

Upon being touched, this plant’s leaves immediately fold up together as if the plant is shy (hence its name).

Also called the Touch-Me-Not, mimosa pudica are native to South America Central America, but have been introduced to many other regions, like the South East Asia.

The Tagalog word “makahiya,” is pronounced MAH-KAH-HEE-YA, in which the last syllable is not prolonged.

We call them sensitive plants and we used to have one and it died and it was a very sad day.

(Source: jaidefinichon)

mymeaninglessdeath:

º3º <3 !
  • me:

    oh, there goes the ball

  • me:

    along with all the fucks I give

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