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#9 - freenarative (06/30/2013) [-]
someone needs to tell these good folk that this is the lens from the eye of a giant squid.
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#20 to #10 - devildogpratt (06/30/2013) [-]
little known fact, it actually isnt. it's a dead Moon Jellyfish
#21 to #20 - freenarative (06/30/2013) [-]
You are in fact...wrong. |Awww am I insulting you? No, so stop crying bitch. I am stating a fact and will do so with proof. Here goes. Only 5% of a jellyfish is solid matter and thus you would be unable to lift it in one mass as above. It would "flop" about and slough parts if it was a jellyfish.
Now, next time you wish to infer that I am wrong, have your fcts right and be able to back your **** up
(now for the insult, now you can go cry, you ready?) You're a dumbass.
oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/jellyfish.html
#23 to #21 - devildogpratt (06/30/2013) [-]
here is someone holding a jellyfish, 95% water or not. Watermelon is 92% water, yet it stays together, right? Besides, your so-called 'proof' says that out of water, jellyfish turn into a blob. What shape would you call the dead jellyfish in this pic and OP's?
#24 to #23 - freenarative (06/30/2013) [-]
I present you with proof and you ignore it. I show you how you are wrong and you look the other way. You are the perfect applicant for joining a religious group.
One last time;
op pic is hard, thick and solid (just how I like em.
your photo: soft, thin and flexible. (just like you with your boyfriend)
The only thing in kin is they are both from water and transparent.
Please, go away you insufferable, argumentative child.
#22 to #21 - devildogpratt (06/30/2013) [-]
actually, they are jellyfish. I've been to the beach where there's hundreds of them, handled them, attempted to bring them home, and they melted into water in the plastic bag I kept them in. You really think that there would be hundreds of colossal squid eyes on the beach? Compare your eye picture to the one in the OP. Squid lenses are spherical or flattened spheres while OP's is obviously a flat, oancake like disc. Dont be so butthurt that you jumped to a very unlikely conclusion and were wrong
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