We think of plants as stationary beings, but they're not. They just live on different timescales to animals like us.
All plants move, their leaves jostling amongst each other, trying to catch the optimal amount of light. But mostly, we don't notice.
Sometimes, I catch my plants moving when their leaves brush past each other. Usually after I adjust their lights, the fussy little things.
In Luigi's Mansion, the Game Boy Horror scan hitbox of the Toad on the 2nd floor balcony is partially overlapped by the scan hitbox of the potted plant near him, resulting in Luigi sometimes remarking how sad it is that no one watered Toad in a long time when scanning him. https://t.co/MkbmH5Ubrd
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