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November 23, 2005


You might want to reconsider.

UPDATE: Is it just this blog, or does this thing look suspiciously like these guys?


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*Calls international operator. Cancels fishing trip.*


Wow, that's 2 firsts today. And an almost first, except that Brainy types faster.

why would jelly fish need umbrellas? they're already wet, right?

More studies are necessary, but scientists believe preliminary results show the jellyfish originated in an episode of "SpongeBob SquarePants."

Wow..Sounds like those fishermen could be in a real jam...

Here, jelly. Heeeere jelly jelly.

Jellyfishing! Jellyfishing! Jellyfishing!

Who's up for a Seanut Butter and Jellyfish Jelly sandwich?

"Fish Flickers" could bagnfarb.

*tips hat to southerngirl*

I say we seed the waters with peanutbutterfish and breadfish and then everybody can eat, thereby solving the world's hunger problem.

Send the Nobel Prize to me, care of this blog.

Last seen heading for Tokyo in search of Raymond Burr....

Ok guys, here's an earworm for ya....Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Hahahaha!!

Ok guys, here's an earworm for ya....Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Hahahaha!!

I think it looks like Roseanne Arquette..

So good, it had to be said twice!

Personally, I thought it looked more like one of these guys.

Those jellyfish must REALLY taste bad if even the Japanese won't eat them!

I have the solution... Just rename it from Japan Sea to Jellyfish Sea and then no one will go fishing there. DUH. HELLOOOO :)

Gaaah! That was cruel southerngirl!

Oooh! Nifty. I love jellyfish. Fascinating critters.

daisyj~ Good one. :-)

Gee, thanks for the earworm.
*fish-flicks southern girl*

I'd love to participate but I've taken vicodin and I'm stoned.

But I'm very much enjoying the reading part.

So Long and Thanks for all the (Jelly)Fish.

Whenever you guys talk about earworms/earwigs I always think of Chekov in The Wrath of Khan; "They put creatures in our bodies..."

Eleanor, you wrote that on porpoise..

Eeeeewwwww, Bumble! I've seen that movie a dozen times and I still can't watch that scene without *shuddering* and *cringing* with my hands over my ears.

Time for another glass of wine!

Eyecatching quote at the end of the article:
"We need to improve our equipment on the assumption that the jellyfish will be in the ocean."
Ya think?

Guin~ I know. I've only seen it once or twice, but it'll never leave my mind. *shudder*

Are these things carnivorous? Maybe this solves the mystery of the missing chihuahuas.

It really looks more like a giant deviled egg that's been in my fridge for 8 weeks. Don't ask how I know this.

They also kind of look like Ted Haveta-Grabher's hair.

Really I thought it looked more like this guy's hair.


but they could probably perform an awesome "Waltz of the Dangly Bits."

Silly humans... Those are hired to protect us during the fishing season!

*dries keyboard before swimming away*

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