Hooker's green love

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  • Ha! Bilby! Perhaps the caddy, or better, the greenskeeper, is the souteneur.

    March 21, 2011

  • *hides curiosity about sex on golf courses*

    March 21, 2011

  • "Hooker’s green takes its name from William Jackson Hooker, a 19th century renowned English botanist, an author, and a gifted botanical illustrator. He was considered the finest English painter of fruit, and compounded a special pigment for the leaves, which is still sold to artists as ‘Hooker’s Green.’"

    --Wikipedia

    March 21, 2011