Let’s Be A Little More Creative with Our Theories

Louisiana woman planted mysterious seeds before she heard the warning not to

All across the nation, people have been receiving unsolicited packets of seeds in the mail. Some people, like this woman, planted them because she had previously ordered seeds and didn’t realize this wasn’t her order.

The seeds are often shipped from China. Theories are that they could be a marketing ploy or an attempt to sabotage U.S. plants by sending invasive exotics.

Invasive exotic plants, that is.

I have a different theory.

The reason you should never plant unsolicited seeds, nor ever put them in water, is that they might contain … pod people. Obviously.

I think we all need to brush up on our science fiction.

10 thoughts on “Let’s Be A Little More Creative with Our Theories

  1. I got some of the same seeds, planted them in my back garden, and it grew perfect replicas of myself and my wife. They’ve been super-useful for cooking and attending meetings when we’re busy, so not everything that comes from China is bad!

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  2. See, I think Trattray has already been replaced! Why else would they be trying to lull you into a false sense of security.

    I think you nailed it with your pod people theory. Kill us with covid, replace us with pods and voila, Instant Invasion in a Cup (just like ramen).

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