This is why I'm afraid of the ocean. that's scary deep, yo.. Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn Damn ocean You Scary
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#4 - iamtheblackgoat
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Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn
#7 to #4 - anon id: db943e2c
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MY LORD! YOU HAVE COME!
#39 to #4 - richiehf
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**richiehf rolled a random image posted in comment #2663 at Pictures of you sexy bastards **



wgah'ngal*


#231 to #4 - kotos
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In his house at R'lyeah dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.
User avatar #56 to #4 - OldSnake
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Bless you.
#137 to #4 - frannyjunkfantolv
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All glory to Cthulhu.
User avatar #19 to #4 - slenderbro
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Hey buddy, where have you been? You missed poker night on Monday and SCP-173 was excited to meet you.
User avatar #218 to #19 - quinos
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He was sleeping in his house in R'lyeh.
#10 - eclecticparadigm **User deleted account**
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User avatar #23 to #10 - isniffbutts
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For some reason, I laughed so hard at your gif.
#64 to #23 - slashendrix
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Probably because it is funny.
#67 to #10 - anon id: 0bc07dd7
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I haven't laughed like that in weeks. Thank you.
#162 to #10 - anon id: af98b922
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And dolphins are smart enough so that you know that one did it on purpose
User avatar #217 to #162 - gardenjustice
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Porpoise*
#28 to #10 - cloymax
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reminds me of this every time.
User avatar #165 to #10 - TheElectricCat
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This kills the dolphin.
#43 - mayormilkman
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This is a real reason why you should be afraid.
User avatar #204 to #43 - sebthebrony
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*doubt*
can you provide sauce or something?
#236 to #43 - chachacobras
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Why.
#242 to #43 - anon id: b26dc889
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This is whats in the bermuda triangle...
User avatar #233 to #43 - aviators
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Sounds like a perfect time to be living in a landlocked state, move to Minnesota, sure we have a huge ass lake, and over 10,000 more, But hey! it isn't dolphin rape territory!
User avatar #65 to #43 - ranzoray
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Why would they dump people in the water to see if they'd be raped by dolphins and not offer assistance if such a thing were the case...
#73 to #65 - crazyolitis
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Because of science.
User avatar #75 to #73 - ranzoray
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Honestly though, would that really be considered a viable means of study?
#78 to #75 - crazyolitis
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Scientists are kinky bastards.
Scientists are kinky bastards.
User avatar #102 to #65 - newforomador
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It was a decoy. Probably something like a crash test dummy.
User avatar #138 to #43 - tehfalconguy
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#149 to #43 - skaffanl
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User avatar #154 to #149 - mayormilkman
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How?
User avatar #166 to #154 - skaffanl
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I think we can all agree we as a species have been raping the oceans and its inhabitants for a very long time now. It seems the more intelligent species have begun to understand that and have started to rape us. I only think that's good for them and maybe even for us because there is a slight chance we'll learn something from it and hopefully we'd stop raping stuff ourselves.
User avatar #167 to #166 - skaffanl
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omg I'm sorry I am so ******* high right now I hope you understand that last sentence.
#191 to #43 - buffermcmufflin
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"dolphin rape cave" I just can't stop laughing at that
User avatar #63 to #43 - ironsoul
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Pretty sure my dive knife can cut off a dolphin penis.
User avatar #133 to #43 - ultracougar
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What respectable damn scholar seriously said the words "Dragged into a dolphin rape cave"?
#142 to #43 - hsawryt
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should i feel stupid for believing this?
#156 to #142 - anon id: 50c2af03
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Dolphins actually do rape other dolphins but i never heard of a dolphin raping a human
User avatar #221 to #156 - phsionix
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Actually, gangs of male dolphins kidnap female dolphins from other schools, but they don't technically "rape" them. Female dolphins are very promiscuous, and despite being the victim of a kidnapping, are basically "up for it". The male's do deter the female from leaving however, by hitting and biting her
User avatar #159 to #43 - toosexyforyou
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Why don't we put spines and thorns in the buttholes of the decoys and dump them all around the ocean? Dolphins will learn very quickly to stop raping people.
#79 to #43 - electrickwalrus
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it's one of the many perks of me living no where near the shore
it's one of the many perks of me living no where near the shore
#143 to #43 - stijnverheye
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#50 to #43 - misterbonzo
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#58 to #43 - crazyolitis
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"Hey kids, wanna have some candy?"
User avatar #71 to #58 - wrought
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THIS IS WHY I HATE DOLPHINS
SKETCHY MOFOS
User avatar #24 - expertsexchange
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I've always said, what if we lit up the entire ocean. Imagine all the ****** up **** we would fine down in the depths where there is absolutely no light
#40 - hairydawg
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User avatar #194 to #40 - aerosol
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Looks like The Imprisoned
User avatar #55 to #40 - anonywolftroll
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this picture! A pretty long time ago posted this picture, together with a story about begin in the dark, seeing and hearing nothing, but feeling a prescence very close...that there was...something...looking at you. If anyone remebers this or can send me this I'll be eternally grateful.
User avatar #59 to #55 - anonywolftroll
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someone posted*
#224 to #59 - anon id: 72e87cb1
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was it like seven layers of hell or something like that
User avatar #254 to #55 - ltpraptor
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www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4152658/Hell/

I did something useful for once. Cool.
User avatar #256 to #254 - anonywolftroll
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well, not exactly that one, but still awesome
#255 to #254 - anonywolftroll
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Thaks alot man!
#94 - ooants
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I think we should all take this moment to reflect on the fact that at some point in the vast, unknowable tapestry of time, this thing existed.
#26 - sausageskin
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This is why I'm afraid of the ocean...
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User avatar #44 to #32 - newbrony
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no it's not btw
#106 to #44 - golbot
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What is it?
User avatar #118 to #44 - marshmellowartist
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year it is, it has been proven fake. The biggest jellyfish in the world 'lions mane jellyfish' can be up to 2.3 meters in diameter. (That is a lions mane jellyfish btw, the diver has just been added and his size manipulated) Take a look and tell me that this jellyfish is not WAY bigger than 2.3 meters in diameter
User avatar #263 to #118 - newbrony
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You can actually see it's about 2-3 meters in the picture. Compare it to the size of the diver.
User avatar #264 to #263 - marshmellowartist
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The diver is about 1.8 meters long approximately, how can you possibly believe that the jellyfish is only about 1 meter bigger than the diver...
#135 to #32 - niggernazi
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That is totally real man, they are called japanse jellyfish and they are so enormous becouse the nukes that was dropped in japan by the end of the ww2. The radiation made the jellyfishes in the ocean so ******* big that they needed to expand their territory in to deeper waters. But there was one problem: giant underwater squids. Unfortunately the giant squids had never met any giant jellyfish in the deep ocean so they neither had the time to adapt to the jellyfishes deadly tentacles, so almost all giant squids have been eaten by the giant jellyfish. And now they are hungry for more land and are trying to invade japan and start start a new life on the land. Unfortunately the japs eat all the wierd ******* things that crawls up from the ocean which is bad news for the giant jellyfishes. They retreated in to deeper water and built a highly sofisticated doomsday tsunami machine which they used as revenge for the deaths of their brothers and sisters. The jellyfishes finally used the tsunami machine at march 2011 and killed thousands of people. It was a huge succes for the jellyfishes and they advanced further in to the japanese lands. The japanese people are now in full scale war with the jellyfish and god have mercy on the human kind if the jellyfishes win this war.

These facts are totaly legit because i am a expert on giant mutated japanese jellyfishes and i have researched them for like ten years.

I am also sorry for bad english, aint easy to research highly dangerous jellyfishes.
#168 to #26 - ratherfestivepie
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KING JELLY....
#146 - thumbmonster
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#3 - dagreja
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All i thought of when i saw it.
All i thought of when i saw it.
User avatar #29 - DeathKnight
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Always join the Air Force over the Navy. Because what goes up, must come down, but what goes down doesn't always come up.
User avatar #238 to #29 - ICEDgrunge
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I'm going to use that as a headlining quote for a really ****** straight-to-DVD- 9PM premiere time Sify movie. And I'll make millions.
#181 to #29 - Dairycow
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Unless your a badass U.S. Navy SEAL operator, then no one can bring you down.
User avatar #34 to #29 - theincorrigibleone
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Unless you're in a fast-attack sub. Then if anything tries to keep you down you just blow their **** up.
Oh, they'll get you before you can react? Nope. Were stealthed out and practically invisible.
Afraid of a whale challenging you for its territory? Don't be. We can blow their **** up.
Sure, the surface ships may get hit with any number of attacks, but you can't hit what you can't see.

NUKE FOR LIFE BITCH!
User avatar #240 to #34 - DeathKnight
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I'm not so worried about being shot down, but like what if the submarine malfunctions in the middle of the Pacific? If you sink, you'll be unretreivable because the depth would be too great to recover. And you cant swim out, because the pressure at that point would kill you.

At least if your plane ***** up you can eject and chute.
User avatar #41 to #34 - dederplaol
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No offence (feel offended) but god I hate people who do those kinds of conversations with themselves
its
the
worst
****
ever
navy < air force
nub
User avatar #45 to #41 - ganaloththedragon
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I'm sure you've read an FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) am I wrong? That is the exact same thing. Don't be angry cause he is answering questions that might be asked / Thought about.
User avatar #48 to #45 - dederplaol
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Yeah I've read FAQ's It's just that this > Oh, they'll get you before you can react? Nope. We're stealthed out and practically invisible

**** like that
always
for some reason
pisses
me
off
like my way of typing at this moment probably pisses some people off, it's just something that annoys me
#95 to #48 - anon id: 9597ea29
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I feel you man. I feel you so hard.