Reine #18: What House Plant Are You?

A hand drawn image of nine plants in pastel colors. They are attached with the following descriptions: Maranata — High femme, high maintenance, totally worth it. String Plants — sensitive but sweet, everyone’s BFF bottom, Mystery Succulent — sentimental, day-dreamer, expert at first dates. Bird of Paradise — TTRPG, Gamer Girl, intimidating but shy, true vers. Herbs — Mom friend, sometimes naive U-Hauler. Monstera — Mommi Friend, into crystals/tarot, thirst trap Champ. Ficus — very cool leather dyke, extremely giving. Carnivorous — crafty/DIY dyke, kinda goth, excellent skincare. Fake — Top energy, buys lots of books, doesn’t read them.


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Ren Strapp is a butch lesbian illustrator and designer, who makes comics about her life. She is an Appalachian farm girl living in Portland, OR. She loves birds and plants. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram and support her work on Patreon.

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26 Comments

  1. Christmas cactus
    Tomboy femme
    Reserved when she doesn’t know you
    Fiercely loyal friend

    Spider plant
    Messy bi friend
    Generous but unpredictable
    Falls in and out of love easily

    Banana plant
    Kitchen queer
    Pickling expert
    Shows love through food

  2. I want to say a Carnivorous, BoP, and Succulent combo. The only thing is that I’m not sure I have first date expertise. Sure, my first dates have all gone well, but can it be expertise if that first date is usually the only date? I’m just not sure.

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