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(AOL)   Mysterious sea creature in Gulf finally identified after 2 years thanks to unusual sex organ. After confirming it wasn't your mom, they found it to be a placental jellyfish usually found in the Antarctic that was checking what warm water feels like   (aol.com) divider line 34
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2014-06-21 04:36:59 AM  
Mysterious sex organ? You mean a Hammond?
 
2014-06-21 05:20:53 AM  
95% of the ocean for us to explore and find wondrous mysterious things. Hey, let's look at a jellyfish vagina instead!
 
2014-06-21 05:25:54 AM  

bekovich: 95% of the ocean for us to explore and find wondrous mysterious things. Hey, let's look at a jellyfish vagina instead!


Of course! What fun is there in exploring if we can't involve sex somehow.

Jellyfish Vagina, is also my new band name.
 
2014-06-21 05:40:56 AM  

strangeluck: bekovich: 95% of the ocean for us to explore and find wondrous mysterious things. Hey, let's look at a jellyfish vagina instead!

Of course! What fun is there in exploring if we can't involve sex somehow.

Jellyfish Vagina, is also my new band name.


But if it stings you, are you supposed to pee on it??
 
2014-06-21 05:46:58 AM  
Was the mysterious sea creature AOL?

One of those hasn't been spotted in over a decade!
 
2014-06-21 05:48:50 AM  
Hey, you, jelly blob alien vagina thingy:

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-06-21 05:49:45 AM  
To be fair the Gulf is as warm as the antarctic anyway.
 
2014-06-21 06:07:34 AM  
s1.reutersmedia.net
what a mysterious sex organ might look like.
 
2014-06-21 06:24:09 AM  

SmackLT: Mysterious sex organ? You mean a Hammond?


More of a Clarkson than a Hammond.
 
2014-06-21 06:26:41 AM  
When they found the devilish, one of the most monstrous creatures of the deep, it's unlikely that they looked at it's glittering lure and said "well damn, that's a mighty big shlong!"
 
2014-06-21 06:41:24 AM  
How can they be so sure it's not my Mom?
 
2014-06-21 07:58:18 AM  

hogans: SmackLT: Mysterious sex organ? You mean a Hammond?

More of a Clarkson than a Hammond.


Moog.
 
2014-06-21 08:05:10 AM  
Like Pablo the Penguin that hated the cold?
 
2014-06-21 08:26:17 AM  
It's a diplomatic fish on a diplomatic mission.
 
2014-06-21 08:48:41 AM  
In other news: There are people in the world that are extremely familiar with the sex organs of jellyfish.

/ Eewwww!
 
2014-06-21 09:44:05 AM  

Destructor: It's a diplomatic fish on a diplomatic mission.


Like an amBASSador?
 
2014-06-21 09:49:19 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: hogans: SmackLT: Mysterious sex organ? You mean a Hammond?

More of a Clarkson than a Hammond.

Moog.


They're aerophones so they are gill-like.
 
2014-06-21 09:53:14 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: hogans: SmackLT: Mysterious sex organ? You mean a Hammond?

More of a Clarkson than a Hammond.

Moog.


How about the mighty Wurlitzer?
 
2014-06-21 10:00:05 AM  
That's video from one of my companies ROVs, so I'm getting a kick....yadda yadda yadda


/Patrick's sex organ
//you're welcome.
 
2014-06-21 10:08:39 AM  

lindalouwho: Destructor: It's a diplomatic fish on a diplomatic mission.

Like an amBASSador?


Now THAT's very clever!  Good one!
 
2014-06-21 10:44:05 AM  

lindalouwho: Destructor: It's a diplomatic fish on a diplomatic mission.

Like an amBASSador?


I think his story is abalone.
 
2014-06-21 11:29:50 AM  
It was clearly visiting the gulf just for the Halibut.
 
2014-06-21 11:41:18 AM  

Evil Twin Skippy: lindalouwho: Destructor: It's a diplomatic fish on a diplomatic mission.

Like an amBASSador?

I think his story is abalone.


lol
 
2014-06-21 11:50:16 AM  

unfarkingbelievable: lindalouwho: Destructor: It's a diplomatic fish on a diplomatic mission.

Like an amBASSador?

Now THAT's very clever!  Good one!


Hi, I remember you from being great in a quitting smoking thread. Probably because at the time I thought it would be unfarkingbelievable if I quit and stayed quit lol.

Thanks x2.
 
2014-06-21 12:12:20 PM  

lindalouwho: quit and stayed quit lol.


;-)
 
2014-06-21 12:17:47 PM  
Bravo subby
 
2014-06-21 12:37:06 PM  

kendelrio: That's video from one of my companies ROVs, so I'm getting a kick....yadda yadda yadda


/Patrick's sex organ
//you're welcome.


What company? Worked for Perry Slingsby for several years in the 2000s.
 
2014-06-21 12:41:38 PM  
Oceaneering.
 
2014-06-21 12:56:02 PM  
 
2014-06-21 03:01:00 PM  

kendelrio: Oceaneering.


Oh, ya, used to be, uh, Helix, or Canyon, back then? Name sounds familiar, but I think they built their own stuff?
 
2014-06-21 03:22:09 PM  
Always been Oceaneering, we do build our own.
 
2014-06-21 05:11:32 PM  
 
2014-06-22 12:53:13 AM  
Apparently AOL doesn't research their stories very well.

http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/what-was-bizarre-sea-cr ea ture-caught-oil-rig-camera

"Soon after the video's release, marine biologists identified the creature as an enigmatic jellyfish called Deepstaria enigmatica, first described byF.S. Russel in 1967."
 
2014-06-22 03:43:01 PM  
This was stupid. I think it started on the Daily Mail then was picked up by AOL and tabloids.

Slow news day or just inept? Deepstaria jellyfish story surfaces again

http://doubtfulnews.com/2014/06/slow-news-day-or-just-inept-deepstar ia -jellyfish-story-surfaces-again/
 
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