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Published January 13, 2010

Dead Flowers
Revenge Is a Dish Best Served...Florally

UD - Dirty Rotten FlowersToday we'd like to talk about revenge.

We know you've got options: blackmail, extortion, calling a guy who knows a guy.

But before you do anything rash, allow us to suggest something a little more...legal: dead flowers.

Introducing Dirty Rotten Flowers, your new source for revenge in floral form, now accepting orders just in time for Valentine's Day.

Yes, you read that right: you now have a simple way to deliver dead flowers directly to your archenemy. If your dispute is of a business nature, we recommend trying the Dirty Rotten Flowers namesake bouquet—a classic collection of decomposing flowers, collected from LA-area florists. (You can ask them to include a card, in case it's personal—for example, "All the best, Jay. Love, Conan.")

But if your beef is of a more romantic nature, go for the Morticia—it's a collection of a dozen roses with a twist: the tops are lopped off. Whichever you choose (and we won't dissuade you from getting both), your foil will receive them wrapped inside an elegant black box—basically a casket for flowers. Oh, and for some reason they also offer live roses, but those are only available in LA for now.

You didn't want those anyway.
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