After watching Finding Nemo, a man runs out to the pet store and buys a clown fish
He brings the fish home and puts it into the tank, but after a few days notices that it doesn’t seem at all settled in its new home.
He remembers that in Finding Nemo, the clownfish live in an anemone, so he returns to the pet store and asks the clerk if they have any for sale. The clerk tells him they do, but explains there is a far less expensive solution. The clerks says to go down to the flower shop and buy a fern, pull off a few of the fronds and arrange them in the tank. He says the clownfish really just wants to feel hidden and this will do the job for a fraction of the price.
So the gentleman follows the clerks advice, buys a fern, arranges the fronds in the corner of his tank and sure enough the clownfish swims right in and seems completely happy.
He steps back, satisfied with the solution and thinks to himself, “With fronds like these, who needs anemones?”