||[Jul. 18th, 2008|05:45 pm]
Melbourne Museum dissected a 550-lb. giant squid in front of a live audience yesterday (or tomorrow, or a week from Sunday; the international date line confuses me). Members of the audience were seen covering their noses and mouths and retching at the gawd-awful stench. |
This post is not about them. This post is about the poor museum volunteers, the hardy souls who showed the members of the public around, explained what was going to happen, and led them to their seats. Raise your glass to ...
the super calamari giblet exhibition docents.
I'll be here all week, unfortunately.
Have I told you lately that I hate you?
I think we all need to tell him!
Oh well done. I'd like to just groan, but it's the best I've heard since "super calloused fragile mystics hexed with halitosis".
How many years have you been holding that in reserve, hoping against hope this opportunity would come to pass?
You are a bad, bad man. I've posted a pointer at Hoyden - hope you don't mind.
I will take a leaf from tig tog's book: You, sir, are an utter, utter, bastard.
I came here because that vaccines post on atlanta
got deleted before I could explain that these mice aren't radioactive. They're just expressing Green Fluorescent Protein!
But then I saw this post and I had to friend you, because giant squid dissections and horrible puns are BOTH awesome.
/me slaps ... whoever wrote that ... upside the haid