What does condidiots mean?

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What does condidiots mean?

Post  Carolee on Wed May 20, 2009 8:14 pm

While checking some information on larches, I found this quote on www.bonsai-bci

[/quote]In northern areas of America and Canada, larch is often naturally stunted by its growing condidiots.[quote]

It is repeated in other web 'resources'. Is this a misspelling of conditions. Or is it really a botanical term?

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Re: What does condidiots mean?

Post  fiona on Wed May 20, 2009 11:58 pm

A term for ham-fisted and otherwise useless bonsai practitioners? Very Happy

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Re: What does condidiots mean?

Post  AlainK on Thu May 21, 2009 12:03 am

I guess the idiots that copied-pasted what they found on the first site where it was mispelled didn't even read what they were stealing.

It also happens with rumours that become news, or false information on such or such topic, unfortunately.

But here, it's just funny. Laughing

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Re: What does condidiots mean?

Post  fiona on Thu May 21, 2009 12:06 am

AlainK wrote:But here, it's just funny. Laughing

I agree. But sadly by my own definition of a condidiot in my last post, I suspect I might actually be one.

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