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(KLTV Tyler)   Sure. This is what we needed. Blue dragons washing up on Texas beaches. Scary tag ran away   (kltv.com) divider line
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2020-05-16 3:04:02 PM  
That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.
 
2020-05-16 3:27:42 PM  
They're kind of beautiful.
 
2020-05-16 3:33:19 PM  
All hail the Dragon Queen!!
 
2020-05-16 3:35:21 PM  

Clarence Brown: They're kind of beautiful.


Definitely beautiful. Most brightly colored pretty things like that are going to be extremely dangerous to touch or ingest.
 
2020-05-16 3:47:36 PM  
#bluewave
 
2020-05-16 3:49:15 PM  

Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.


Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.
 
2020-05-16 3:50:30 PM  
That's pretty weir'd.
 
2020-05-16 3:50:39 PM  
Better than blue waffles
 
2020-05-16 3:51:12 PM  

Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.


Or Northrend.
 
2020-05-16 3:55:23 PM  

Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.


Bring able to attack unseen from the clear sky maybe?
 
2020-05-16 4:01:02 PM  

BadReligion: Clarence Brown: They're kind of beautiful.

Definitely beautiful. Most brightly colored pretty things like that are going to be extremely dangerous to touch or ingest.


Or marry...
 
2020-05-16 4:01:17 PM  
Hey mods, can we ease up on greening these hysterical headlines? I understand you millennials only speak hyperbole, but come on. They're farking jellyfish.
 
2020-05-16 4:01:42 PM  
NO REGERTS!

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2020-05-16 4:02:50 PM  

H31N0US: Hey mods, can we ease up on greening these hysterical headlines? I understand you millennials only speak hyperbole, but come on. They're farking jellyfish.


Nah, they eat jellyfish.
 
2020-05-16 4:03:38 PM  

H31N0US: Hey mods, can we ease up on greening these hysterical headlines? I understand you millennials only speak hyperbole, but come on. They're farking jellyfish.


They don't fark jellyfish, they eat them.
 
2020-05-16 4:04:14 PM  

H31N0US: Hey mods, can we ease up on greening these hysterical headlines? I understand you millennials only speak hyperbole, but come on. They're farking jellyfish.


No, they're a sea slug that is a predator of jellyfish.

Maybe if you read the stupid links you'd learn something instead of trying to determine what content the rest of us should be allowed to see
 
2020-05-16 4:07:07 PM  
Brave Wilderness guy to aisle Texas. Repeat. Discount Steve Irwin, you're needed in Texas.
 
2020-05-16 4:16:35 PM  

BadReligion: Clarence Brown: They're kind of beautiful.

Definitely beautiful. Most brightly colored pretty things like that are going to be extremely dangerous to touch or ingest.


Especially if it's dancing on a pole.
 
2020-05-16 4:18:55 PM  

Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.


It's because they blend with the sky. They are aerial ambush predators.
 
2020-05-16 4:19:14 PM  
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2020-05-16 4:22:05 PM  
They're from the gulf of...Mexico!
BUILD THE WALL! BUILD THE WALL!
 
2020-05-16 4:30:03 PM  

Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.


I thought so they disappear into the often cloudless sky?
 
2020-05-16 4:31:15 PM  

H31N0US: Hey mods, can we ease up on greening these hysterical headlines? I understand you millennials only speak hyperbole, but come on. They're farking jellyfish.


No they aren't. They're a one inch long creature that EATS Portuguese Man O' Wars and then steal the farking stingers from the dead jellyfish and graft them to their own farking bodies. These things are bad-ass, but also pack the entirety of one of the most brutal stings in the planet into a little teeny package. Get stung by one of these, and it's like the Man O' War managed to land every stinging tentacle on you at once.

These things are pretty amazing, and we'll worth warning about, since they'll clear a beach for a Man O' War.
 
2020-05-16 4:38:37 PM  

Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.


Desert:
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Desert:
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Desert:
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Seems to be a lot of sand missing. Maybe the failing was on your education and what makes a desert a desert? Hint: It's not sand.
 
2020-05-16 4:56:23 PM  

Mikey1969: Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.

Desert:
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Desert:
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Desert:
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Seems to be a lot of sand missing. Maybe the failing was on your education and what makes a desert a desert? Hint: It's not sand.


Well, where do blue dragons live then?
 
2020-05-16 5:05:39 PM  
Ermagerd, Pern sters!!
 
2020-05-16 5:23:00 PM  
And they aren't from Australia.  Another reason not to go to Texas.
 
2020-05-16 5:27:45 PM  
I hate those things
 
2020-05-16 5:43:52 PM  

BadReligion: Clarence Brown: They're kind of beautiful.

Definitely beautiful. Most brightly colored pretty things like that are going to be extremely dangerous to touch or ingest.


Took 4 comments to get talking about eating it. I think that's an average performance for Fark
 
2020-05-16 5:48:25 PM  
Isn't this what the lead character Cleaver Greene dies of at the end of the Australian series "Rake?"
 
2020-05-16 5:48:38 PM  
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2020-05-16 5:51:32 PM  
OK. That's pretty farkin' amazing.
 
2020-05-16 5:54:36 PM  
Blue dragons washing up on Texas beaches

Lessa inconsolable ;_;
 
2020-05-16 6:13:51 PM  

Mikey1969: Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.

Desert:
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Desert:
[Fark user image image 425x281]

Desert:
[Fark user image image 425x203]

Seems to be a lot of sand missing. Maybe the failing was on your education and what makes a desert a desert? Hint: It's not sand.


Chocolate syrup?
 
2020-05-16 9:12:30 PM  

Murflette: H31N0US: Hey mods, can we ease up on greening these hysterical headlines? I understand you millennials only speak hyperbole, but come on. They're farking jellyfish.

No, they're a sea slug that is a predator of jellyfish.

Maybe if you read the stupid links you'd learn something instead of trying to determine what content the rest of us should be allowed to see


Um, this was greened last week, I grew up on a barrier island so I know what these little critters are, and the fact that they reduce Portuguese man o wars is a bonus.

So yeah, stupid hysteria, it's just the ocean being the ocean in this case.
 
2020-05-16 9:55:40 PM  

jfclark27: Mikey1969: Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.

Desert:
[Fark user image image 425x284]

Desert:
[Fark user image image 425x281]

Desert:
[Fark user image image 425x203]

Seems to be a lot of sand missing. Maybe the failing was on your education and what makes a desert a desert? Hint: It's not sand.

Chocolate syrup?


Nope. Agave syrup is the way to go
 
2020-05-16 10:17:22 PM  

Mikey1969: Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.

Desert:
[Fark user image image 425x284]

Desert:
[Fark user image image 425x281]

Desert:
[Fark user image image 425x203]

Seems to be a lot of sand missing. Maybe the failing was on your education and what makes a desert a desert? Hint: It's not sand.


Casinos make deserts.  They attract elderly smokers whose dry leatheriness parches the surrounding land of moisture.
 
2020-05-16 10:39:16 PM  
I was stung by a Portuguese man o war when I was a kid and it suuuucked.  I can't imagine what it must be like getting a concentrated dose from one of these things.
 
2020-05-17 12:19:47 AM  
Blue Dragon?

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Cool!
 
2020-05-17 12:28:25 AM  

Mikey1969: Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.

Desert:
[Fark user image 425x284]

Desert:
[Fark user image 425x281]

Desert:
[Fark user image 425x203]

Seems to be a lot of sand missing. Maybe the failing was on your education and what makes a desert a desert? Hint: It's not sand.


I'm sorry that you have clearly never played D&D maybe one day you will have more friends and will be able to get a game going. Anyway in D&D desert = sand, its even specified in the Blue Dragons lore. More importantly than their color is also their lack of immunity or even resistance to heat, because again in D&D deserts are hot and sandy and the only DMs that would remind you that deserts can also be full of snow are the asshole "um acktually" nerds that everyone hates.

Also that third picture the Carcross Desert isn't a desert because it is to humid so i thank you for your attempted contribution.
 
2020-05-17 12:32:38 AM  

Anenu: Mikey1969: Anenu: Snapper Carr: That's strange.

Typically they're found in deserts or arid caves.

I guess it depends on your DM's campaign setting.

Personally I've never understood why blue dragons hang out in deserts, green dragons love the jungle where there green scales blend in with the plant, white dragons live in permafrost where their white scale blend in with the snow, but blue dragons hang out in deserts where their blue scales contrast with the sand.

Desert:
[Fark user image 425x284]

Desert:
[Fark user image 425x281]

Desert:
[Fark user image 425x203]

Seems to be a lot of sand missing. Maybe the failing was on your education and what makes a desert a desert? Hint: It's not sand.

I'm sorry that you have clearly never played D&D maybe one day you will have more friends and will be able to get a game going. Anyway in D&D desert = sand, its even specified in the Blue Dragons lore. More importantly than their color is also their lack of immunity or even resistance to heat, because again in D&D deserts are hot and sandy and the only DMs that would remind you that deserts can also be full of snow are the asshole "um acktually" nerds that everyone hates.

Also that third picture the Carcross Desert isn't a desert because it is to humid so i thank you for your attempted contribution.


OH, I play D&D. But that doesn't change the fact that it takes ignorance to think that desert=sand. Quit blaming it on D&D and just admit that you farked up.
 
2020-05-17 12:35:51 AM  

Xythero: I was stung by a Portuguese man o war when I was a kid and it suuuucked.  I can't imagine what it must be like getting a concentrated dose from one of these things.


What's scary is that the Man O'War is huge and can be spotted from a ways off. I mean, it's still hard to detect at water level, but someone can spot it. Just a quick check on the interwebs said that the tentacles are about 33 feet long, but can reach 98 feet. These little critters are just that--little. They're like an inch long. I mean, can you imagine that? An animal that you might stand a chance of spotting vs an animal you won't see from 10 feet away, but the same farking sting? Holy shiat, that's really the part that scares me.
 
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