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(Live Science)   What lives on the bottom of the Caribbean sea? Blue Goo Biomass. Cornflower blue and prickly is he. Blue Goo Biomass. If nautical mystery be something you wish. Blue Goo Biomass   ( divider line
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2022-09-20 5:39:46 AM  
Worst. Spinoff. Ever.
2022-09-20 5:48:07 AM  
A Shoggoth?
2022-09-20 7:12:24 AM  
I was swimming in the Caribbean
Blue goo was hiding at the bottom
2022-09-20 8:25:20 AM  
I have bryozoan fossils sitting on my shelf with the same general shape. Is this really that much of a mystery?
2022-09-20 8:47:10 AM  
I have a squishy stress ball in that exact color and shape.. that looks like one that has melted.
2022-09-20 8:50:42 AM  
Great.  They found brain slugs.
2022-09-20 9:13:55 AM  
Looks like a sandshark egg to me.
2022-09-20 9:17:35 AM  
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2022-09-20 10:41:53 AM  
2022-09-20 11:04:20 AM  

Jake Havechek: A Shoggoth?


Obviously Avatar eggs.

Or old Cocoon sets.
2022-09-20 11:19:47 AM  
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2022-09-20 12:05:36 PM  
2022-09-20 12:58:29 PM  
Depressed brain slugs?

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2022-09-20 2:00:00 PM  

Chainsaw Turd Elf: [Fark user image 780x594]

Gumby, Pokey, and Prickle approve.
2022-09-20 9:18:06 PM  

Chainsaw Turd Elf: [Fark user image image 780x594]

We are old.
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