Watermelon Seeds Mugs
"They tried to bury us, they did not know we were seeds." From the writings of Greek poet Dinos Christianopoulos, penned during the mid-1970s, to the Zapatista movement - this inspiring quote has become known as a Mexican proverb, used liberally during the Occupy and other protest movements as an expression of the enduring struggle for human rights. Now it inspires the #Resistance movement - how appropriate as we look back after a year of resisting the illegitimate regime of 45. Here we are, still persisting, still pushing back, still emerging from the ground up to sprout new Resisters every day. Like a seed!
Tags: jan4insight, politics, resistance-march, resist-and-persist, feminist
Mega seeds are large, brown, and teardrop-shaped. While Rick doesn't disclose all of the properties of these seeds, it is likely they are considered contraband material, as he needs Morty to hide them in his rectum to try to sneak them through interdimensional customs. Their only known property is the ability to endow a person with super-intelligence, a trait which Rick uses to manipulate Beth and Jerry into thinking he is helping Morty tap into his hidden genius. After a short period of time, the super-intelligence wears off and the seed instead causes loss of motor and brain function for several days.
Tags: art, morty-smith, parody, rick, rick-and-morty