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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#8 - rennat
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User avatar #27 to #8 - satanisrealgod
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Why is this more vibrant
#54 to #8 - anon id: bfdca080
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#69 to #8 - angryninja
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User avatar #19 to #8 - mikaelkid
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Baby don't hurt me
User avatar #9 to #8 - thesavagebreast
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I've been watching this synced up to What is love, it's awesome.
#1 - mythicdusk
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(07/01/2014) [-]
One of my favorite gifs
One of my favorite gifs
#17 to #1 - anon id: fb2b4e48
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What manner of device is that?
#30 to #17 - anon id: 2ef723a0
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A disc drive with a water sensor... and legs
#5 - mombeam
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(07/01/2014) [-]
for those who want it
for those who want it
#21 to #5 - dorfdorfdorf
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#24 to #21 - mombeam
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Please, by all means, get me a higher res gif. I would really appreciate it.
#2 - letmetouchyourboob
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(07/01/2014) [-]
> not wearing a kill cord.
> not wearing a kill cord.
User avatar #60 to #2 - burdenedsoul
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momentum, *****

even if the engine stops, it doesn't mean the boat will do the same
User avatar #3 to #2 - kennyh
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(07/01/2014) [-]
dear captain safety,
no one wears a kill cord on a boat.
It isn't a jetski.
#4 to #2 - marcx
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what kennyh said. you have a kill switch in teh boat
jetski safety and boat safety are different.
#35 - adifferentjones
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Hydration is key
Hydration is key
#36 to #35 - anon id: bbe25983
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Making dead things move......................................................WITCHCRAFT!!!!!
User avatar #37 to #36 - adifferentjones
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It's not witchcraft, it's hydration.
#38 to #35 - thewasteland
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WHY?!
#41 to #38 - adifferentjones
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It's hydration, I don't have to explain ****!
#42 to #41 - thewasteland
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NO! WHY IS HE NOT USING WATER, WONT THE SAUCE DEHYDRATE IT?!
User avatar #44 to #42 - adifferentjones
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To a normal being, yes. But clearly this is the equivalent of life energy for the dead cephalopod. It is foolish to think that the means of hydration would be exactly the same for every life form. Try pouring water on that poor soul. Go ahead, submerge it. It won't move. It requires a more complicated means of hydration than you could possibly understand! Foolish, simply foolish.
#45 to #44 - thewasteland
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Like how a gun works better with Liberal Tears?
#47 to #45 - adifferentjones
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Yes, Damp One. You are already beginning to grasp the concept. I Commend you for your knowledge. You will go far.
Yes, Damp One. You are already beginning to grasp the concept. I Commend you for your knowledge. You will go far.
#48 to #47 - adifferentjones
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Take this as a token.
Take this as a token.
#49 to #35 - hentaisweetie
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I just feel bad for it. It looks like they cut off its head then poured hot sauce on it. Seriously wtf?
#66 to #49 - toguro
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It's actually the salt (sodium chloride) of the soy sauce - because the NaCl is in water it is present as Na+ and Cl- ions, the Na+ ions diffuse into the axon of the octopus (octopus' nerves are close to the skin) and causes action potentials (electrical impulses) to be produced (via ion gradients) in the octopus' neurones which get transmitted to the muscles and cause the octopus' body to move even after death.
User avatar #51 to #49 - klina
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It's head is cut off thus instantly ending it's life, no suffering. What you see are reflexes that are left over in the body, much like hitting your kneecap with a hammer would make your leg flinch even if someone removed your brain.
#71 to #51 - cannibalvegan
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Still seriously ****** up.
Still seriously ****** up.
#53 to #51 - manninex
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Nein. It is actually sodium or something like that. It's what makes your nerves go all "wee"
#63 to #49 - nogzilla
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I remember someone explaining this a while ago. When they pour the soy sauce on it, the amount of salt in it causes the muscles to spasm
#12 - ohemgeezus
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User avatar #62 to #12 - maybetraffy
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perfect
#46 - xfishy
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My current favorite, at least until another one tickles my bum more efficiently
My current favorite, at least until another one tickles my bum more efficiently
#57 - mattwithnonumbers
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the best
the best
#73 to #57 - grimagination
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this is the best gif i have in response to that
this is the best gif i have in response to that
#34 - drdisrespect
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these arent my glasses
User avatar #15 - Mr Ronok
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arent you supposed to go limp in certain situations to try to avoid injury?
#20 to #15 - beergaroo
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As an ex-skater the best way to fall is putting your arms on your chest, flex your abs to avoid unexpected hits to the stomach, try to land on your shoulders and lats and let yourself roll until you stop (don't slide, roll!).

Take advantage of the propulsion power, don't fight it (the same is applicable to the sea).