GREY SILICONE GARDEN SWEATSHIRT

120,00

Grey sweatshirt in medium fleece, embroidered with five motifs and a transparent silicone drip, from E.A. 1/1 S.V. The Lilies Series.

PRODUCT DETAILS
• Unisex
• Color: Grey
• Material: 50% cotton, 50% cotton
• Transparent silicone drip on the front (each product is unique)
• Artwork embroidered on the chest
• Erotic motif – scroll down for description
• Straight cut, crew neck, long-sleeved
• Ribbed collar, ribbed cuffs, and a ribbed hem
• Machine wash
• Made in Croatia
• Product ID: SW-S1GS-21

Erotic motif description:
Hexa Sex Insect. A very intelligent predator with three pairs of jointed legs, compound eyes, no antennae. This insect has no exoskeleton but instead, its body is a small mammal elastic vagina. Nerve endings in the vagina provide non-stop pleasurable sensations for this creature so it is extremely dangerous as it is aggressive and has no limits in getting what it wants. It also attacks species that do not achieve orgasms with vaginal creatures. If they attack in a collective there is a 0,02% chance that the victim escapes.

Rainos is a genus of plants commonly known as Rain Lily and is native to northeast Asia where it is widely cultivated as a shade-tolerant foliage plant. Flowers resemble a penis-like object that produces massive amounts of reproductive cells during ejaculation in a white fluid known as Lilirano. This process happens once they swell and open. Soon after the Lilirano is being shot out of the flowers, the new yellow liquor starts spraying out of the same mature flower buds. It is almost impossible to get near this plant in its flowering season without being completely covered in its excrements. 28,000-year-old drawings of these flowers have been found inside caves all over Asia and are among the oldest flower representations known to mankind. Cats are extremely sensitive to the toxicity of the plant and ingestion is often fatal but that did not stop this wet plant to gain the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of a Golden Shower London in 2020.

Balkan Lily. This is a very special flower, a plant in the true lily family that sometimes blooms in white and sometimes in black. The reason for the color change is unknown to mankind. It is native to the Balkans and naturalized only in France. It has been cultivated since antiquity, for at least 3000 years, and has great symbolic value since then for many cultures especially Croats. It is susceptible to several virus diseases common to lilies. One technique to avoid problems with viruses is to never touch the big, thick central stigma part, neither the stamens of the flower. The primary purpose of this flower is unknown and scientists are almost sure it is not a reproduction as there are no known pollinators.

Soft Lily, sometimes written lily-of-the-donna-sensuale is a woodland flowering plant with sweetly scented, pendent, bell-shaped white flowers borne in sprays in spring all over Europe. It is poisonous if consumed by humans as it produces milk-like liquid saturated with arsenic acid (H3AsO4) that crystalizes once it gets out of a flower bud. Crystals are irritating to the skin, eyes, and respiratory tract. Systemic effects can occur from all routes of exposure and may include severe gastrointestinal injury, life-threatening shock, and nerve damage. Other names include Marriage bells and the Eternal love plant. According to a legend it was discovered by Apollo‘s mythologically unknown twin sister Apolina that drank Soft Lily milk so she could be more sensual than his sister Artemis who she despised.

Hexa Necro Slug. These species are serious nymphomaniac pests as they constantly engage in sexual assault against other species. They are active just after rain because of the moist ground that lubricates their vulva body. When attacked, they contract their body, making themselves harder and more compact and more still and round. Sex slugs on occasion kill, rape, and then eat dead specimens of their kind and then hibernate underground during the winter to devour their bodies. Professional literature describes them under the term Les Liliacées nécrophiles.

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