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12 London Instagrammers succumb to wisteria hysteria

A dozen London Instagrammers have tragically succumbed to seasonal virus wisteria hysteria.

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The fragrant climbing purple flower lures its victims in with it's highly shareable appearance. 

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 Shortly after uploading their wisteria photo, death is certain as their eyes simply cannot even. 

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 Authorities recommend avoiding key areas such as Kensington, Richmond, Hampstead, and other areas you fortunately can't afford to live.

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 If you do encounter wisteria, quickly scuttle backwards like a frightened crab, shrieking the mantra "These flowers are just fancy wall dirt! A bin-bag is the place for these fetid petals!"

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Friends don't let friends photograph wisteria. Even once is too many.

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R.I.P everyone concerned. 

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Keep track of the latest victims at the hashtag #housesofldn_wisteria.

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Jason H

My gardening name happens to be Mister Wisteria and my mother who is 80 today once left a message saying: 'Hi Mister Wisteria this is your mother Mrs Hysteria !!' which was funny.  I am a specialist in wisteria as it happens.