|TeenerTot - 2008-06-26 |
I could swear this is a dupe.
Withholding official stars until sure.
The original is so old its number is in the double digits.
|FatFatuousNation - 2008-06-26 |
You listened to that dumbfuck gambol and tagged "octopedes". The only accepted plural among cephalopod researchers and aficionados is "octopuses". See Tonmo.com
This is of utmost importance to me-- my very life hinges upon it.
I suggest Octopussies.
Now don't make me wrangle up the Arrested Development bit about pussies.
The proper term is "SCREW YOU, SHARK! *FUCK* YOU!"
|gambol - 2008-06-26 |
Don't make me get out my Latin dictionary.
Do whatever you want with your Latin dictionary; the root is Greek. Fail more at linguistics, plz.
Octopuses and Octopi are both accepted pluralizations of Octopus in English.
I was informed by my coworker with too much knowledge that the proper pluralization is oktopodes which I guess is from the original Greek or something. I like Octopi because it sounds the funniest. Even though it's not a second declension Latin noun.
8 tentacles, 1 beak. Vs a motherfucking shark. Call it what you want aspie, it won.
|DrVital - 2008-06-26 |
They didn't know what was going on until they put the "Cinematographer Fish" into the tank.
|fatatty - 2008-06-26 |
I want to see Octopus vs. 3 to 4 foot long Korean.
|ztc - 2008-06-27 |
While this video is awesome on 87 different levels, I disapprove of the torrent of BARE-FACED LIES boiling out of the narrator's mouth.
"They assumed the octopus's strength and camouflage would keep it safe. As it turned out, they were TRAGICALLY mistaken."
"The Giant Octopus is EXTREMELY common - " LALALALALALALALALA
|Pie Boy - 2008-08-13 |
There was this Beast Wars action figure who turned into a squid. He was fuckin' badass.
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