Students and faculty of Sacramento State eagerly await the blooming of a Corpse Flower which sits prominently on display in one of the campus buildings. This flower has a unique aspect which sets it apart from the rest of the plant kingdom: it smells like dead flesh when it blooms.
PS: I'm about 75% sure that this flowering plant I found on The Google is NOT actually the right genus or phylum or what the fuck. And when you horticulturaly minded proffies in whatever the fuck field covers this, botany, zooflowerology, whatever, discover what an uneducated boob I am because I don't actually know what the well known corpse flower looks like? Well then when you discover I'm wrong, take a moment, be pleased with yourself, more pleased since your mummy told you that it was okay to finish dead last in the egg race, and then stick this flower up your ass.