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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by devine, Aug 28, 2017.
Cross posting from the alive or not thread because we're all bored.
Graphic AF. Fucking crazy
whoaaaaaaaaaa him talking with his face hanging there freaks me out
How do you expect a doctor to know what his symptoms are if he doesn’t tell them.
Well that’s fucking depressing.
Yeah can’t watch that.
This dude sort of breaks down exactly why that happened. (not that it makes me feel any better about it)
I’m not cut out for the wild
Yes thank you for borning me a human
He aint letting go, props to him.
Poor friend : (
I'm really worried that if reincarnation is real, my chances of hitting the jackpot on "soft, white, first-world male human" again are infinitesimally small
Bunch of bullshit.
Call sign Jester
Falcon flexing fuck all on them idiot pelerkins.
Only posting because I’d never seen the last one
The not-give-a-fuck level of the cobra guy is crazy. He fucking slaps one for lunging at him
I got some serious anxiety watching the cobra one
I assume you’ve seen the cleaning the cobra pit video that probably has millions of views? Can’t imagine too many worse occupations.
they all have to be de-fanged right? no way those things are still poisonous
Might be venomous though
these sounds are frightening
That a huge bat?
Or a flying squirrel or some shit
feel bad for it
It's stuck on a line and this "more u know" cunt doesn't even mention that
Southern California is experiencing a neon blue tide at night, with bioluminescent waves.
Looked like Penei Sewell against some poor Pac 12 DL
This was originally filmed & posted by a friend a few days ago. Went viral quickly
Australia practically needs to have its own thread.
Nothing but love for that spider, fucking snakes
My favorite, underrated poisonous Australian animal is the blue ringed octopus. They are tiny, 5-8 inches long, but carry enough venom to kill 26 adult humans within minutes.
They are often found in tidal pools on rocks when low tide recedes, which means humans find them. Their bite is relatively painless, and some victims don’t know they have been bitten until respiratory paralysis starts.