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(I have a surplus of photos this month, so we’re running one mid week. Just this once, though.)
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Dibs on Green Shirt!
C’mon lads, lets show ‘em how it’s done!
Blue 42! Blue 42! hut hut hut HIKE!
The fourteen remaining marine organisms arrive at the busy beach to ask a few questions of the humans.
Uh, Bob? Wasn’t there something on the news this morning about drug dealers using frozen mackeral to smuggle heroin?
“The Wave” gets an entirely new meaning.
Cue “Ride of the Valkyries”
“I love the smell of man-flesh in the morning. It smells like victory!”
“It’s gaining on us!”
Just as the aquatic ape theory gets going …. a sudden extinction event occurs.
Uhhhmm, who is the surfer, and who is the surfee?
(Voice of ommentator) Flag down… Looks like the dolphins have too many players on the field.
UGH, that is supposed to be commentator, you know a regular ole spud.
I swear, we DON’T eat tuna in our house!
A sea change in the whole food chain thing.
Ramming speed, lads!
Space Invaders, the Game. But with Dolphins. Real Dolphins.
yeah, big deal–i’d like to see them hang ten.
Nothing brings in the fish like live bait.
Drop the fish! Drop the fish!
The worst part is the laser beams attached to their heads
So long and thanks for all the fish!
Guys watch out for the Barneys.
(but I disagree with the whole premise of this thread – this picture needs no caption.)
There never has been an known instance of dolphins attacking humans. At least not when there were any witnesses.
Mama said there’d be days like this…
yer doin’ it wrong!
I don’t think this was the day to try the chum flavored swim trunks.
The test of courage comes when we are in the minority. The test of tolerance comes when we are in the majority.- Ralf W.Sockman
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