The Dead Plant Diary

Random events in the life of a dead plant.

My scary Halloween adventure (not so much) November 2, 2010

Filed under: dead plant humor,Halloween — Kim @ 1:53 am

Phil’s worst nightmare ever June 19, 2010

Filed under: dead plant fear,dead plant humor,dead plant nightmare — Kim @ 5:32 pm

I’ve been really busy lately, being a busy dead plant and all.  It’s been months since my desicated leaves have touched a keyboard.

But here I still am.

Sitting on this shelf.

Underneath fluorescent lights.


I thought I would post this re-enactment of the worst nightmare I ever had the other night.  It’s really not funny.  I’ve been having a lot of nightmares lately.  Mostly about the end of the world … as I know it.



New Year. Same dead me. February 4, 2010

Filed under: 2010,dead plant humor,dead plant sarcasm,Uncategorized — Kim @ 1:04 pm

New Year! Same Dead Me!

I haven’t posted in a while because I’ve been hoping that my owner will adhere to her New Year’s Resolution of getting rid of the old, useless stuff in her life.  So far, she has gotten rid of everything but me.

Therefore, as you can see, I’m still “alive and kicking!”

Happy New Year!



Phil gets some artistic makeovers November 24, 2009

Filed under: dead plant humor,dead plant makeover — Kim @ 5:24 pm

Phil gets some artistic makeovers?  AKA How to make a dead plant more attractive.  Which one do you like?


Really? November 20, 2009

Filed under: dead plant fear,dead plant humor — Kim @ 12:32 pm
ambience for Phil

Yes, this sets the mood.

Click here to hear Phil’s thoughts on the close proximity of candles.


Really now … November 10, 2009

Filed under: dead plant embarrassment,dead plant humor — Kim @ 12:21 pm

murder me

Really?  Somebody … please … just murder me.


The experiment is complete November 9, 2009

Filed under: 27441248,dead plant humor — Kim @ 12:50 pm
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Chunky milk

During my evening walks, while nobody is around, I have discovered that there are science experiments going on all around.  Even in the community refrigerator.  I believe this experiment is called:  “How long does it take for milk to become a solid in a plastic water bottle?”

And I believe the result will be “four months.”