Bring me your cursed content, sinners! The mutant kitten demands it o,::,o
The world never ceases to amaze me with its constant reminders about the sheer variety of mental levels and states that humanity has to offer.
It's the gift that keeps on giving.The world never ceases to amaze me with its constant reminders about the sheer variety of mental levels and states that humanity has to offer.
It's been so long since I've seen a Sonichu reference. Dear god."The uploaded image was not a file as expected" so here's a screenshot. Thus this post is meta .
Crabs would also steal each other's anemones. You could say... they made enomies.The actual splitting process was observed several times in its entirety and lasted between 1 min and over 2 h. Typically, the actual process of splitting lasted approximately 20 min, taking the following course: the crab held the sea anemone across the column, with the pedal disc facing upward and the oral disc and tentacles facing downward. The crab then took hold of the sea anemone with its free claw, thus holding the sea anemone in the aforementioned downward conformation between both claws (Figs. 4A and 4B; Video S1). Next, the crab slowly began stretching the sea anemone between both claws in an outward motion, utilizing its front walking legs in order to surgically tear the sea anemone in half (Fig. 4C). Occasionally, the crab momentarily ceased the stretching to re-grasp the sea anemone in what appears to be the most centered conformation possible, so that the final splitting will produce two equal parts. Once the sea anemone has been re-grasped, the crab initiated the stretching once again, slowly pulling the sea anemone from the center outwards. Once the majority of the sea anemone was split into two, there were often final strands of sea anemone tissue connecting each newly split sea anemone, which were torn by the front walking legs (Figs. 4D and 4E). Once the splitting process was complete the crab had two identical clones held in each claw (Fig. 4F).
All crab jokes welcome.
Oh I know it's likely a malicious agent but the fact someone actually penned this is.... why?Definitely would be heartbreaking, but it is just twisted because of social media. Nobody would really feel this.