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July 01, 2022


When 'loose snakes' mysteriously appeared on the sidewalk, he stepped in to help

But it turns out, upon further investigation, that they were not in fact snakes:

When the truck awkwardly hit the curb,  a lot of water sloshed onto the sidewalk.  "Suddenly, I realized that something is moving," said Pourazam. "[I went] 'Oh what is that? Is that snakes?'"  "I went closer and saw no, they are eels," he said. "At that moment I didn't know what to do."

(Thanks to The Perts)


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That article made me eel.

Most people shy away from feeling eel whenever possible.

"Good deed forever destroys ecosystem of St. Johns River."

The man was a kind person performing an act of a moray. Thankfully, it didn't turn out to be a shocking one.

You picked a fine time to leave me, loose eel.

An eel wind blows no good.

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