Okay, so this is presumably analogous to hiding naughty magazines under the mattress. Except since they’re bees, their version of “the birds and the bees” involves flowers.
But… I’m wondering about the specific choice of Georgia O’Keefe here: yes, officially she painted pictures of flowers, but we all know better. Which weirdly enough brings us back to magazines boys (stereo)typically hide under their mattresses.
Am I overcomplicating this, or was Wayno?
Fun Fact: A couple of years ago at the Whitney Museum in New York, I convinced a couple of people that the original title of a particularly blatant O’Keefe painting was “Swear To God, It’s a Flower.”
All Stevenson has to do is change the name of the character, and Procter and Gamble will pay him??
Didn’t this run a few weeks ago? And posted here with both the geezer and oy tags?
Hard to say for sure, since GoDaddy erased all evidence that there even was a CIDU page before two weeks ago…