orange whip: FTFA: "The crew of Skipper Lou Williams' The Pretty Girl, caught it but released it back into the water. They estimated it weighed around 20 pounds. "
MelGoesOnTour: orange whip: FTFA: "The crew of Skipper Lou Williams' The Pretty Girl, caught it but released it back into the water. They estimated it weighed around 20 pounds. "Missed that part first time around.
kortex: I came for homer eating his pet lobster. I'm leaving, sorely disappointed.
Wile_E_Canuck: Did a chik?
brantgoose: To be honest, that lobster looks like it's more than 20 pounds. I saw one of the largest lobsters in captivity when I was a child and it was about the size of this thing's gripping claw.The smaller of the two claws is for cutting, the larger claw is for gripping and thumping. It can be used as a shield also.Does that lobsterman look a bit funny to you, like maybe he's having an orgasm? I'm just asking.
brantgoose: [25.media.tumblr.com image 500x282]Disturbing: We are going to need a bigger tub of butter[www.bonappetit.com image 640x426]Sexy: We are going to need a bigger tub of butter.[stuff4restaurants.com image 720x450] The serving size here.Tourist Kitchy: We are going to need a bigger tub of butter.
cedarpark: FWIT, lobster's don't die of old age. They keep growing until they get eaten.
dennysgod: Better put it back before you are sentenced to TORTURE!!!
doglover: That's not a very big lobster.By today's overfished standards, it's larger than normal, but back in the 1700s they caught ones as long as a man.
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