Pistil & Stamen Happiness:
The realization that as a "Perfect Flower," you never need a blind date
(There's three of those fertile flower critters in there. (-:)
And for those of you who are thinking, what the h-e-double-toothpick is she talking about? A perfect flower has both male and female parts, a stamen and pistil, respectively, and they can pollinate themselves!
An "imperfect flower" only has a female part (pistil) or male part (stamen--the pollen-producing reproductive organ) and needs the wind or someone knocking into it or a bee or some other insect to cross-pollinate/fertilize it. Life, so interesting, no?