Deep, Dark Fears

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TurkeyGami, Jun 21, 2018.

  1. FunkyTime

    FunkyTime Well-Known Member

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  2. Yeji

    Yeji Well-Known Member

    I honestly can't think of being in natural waters, oceans aside. Every time I go fishing I imagine myself in that brown, scummy water and I have to physically shake the thought from my head. It gives me chills.

    We don't know what the hell's hiding underneath that murk. Snakes, snapping turtles, ALLIGATORS...You get my point.
  3. TurkeyGami

    TurkeyGami Well-Known Member

    Yeah man. Anything could be down there.
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  4. Gens

    Gens Database Moderator

    Who knows how many people could have gone to the bathroom in that water. I completely agree.
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  5. Vuh

    Vuh Well-Known Member

    Posted by Vuh on Jun 12, 2019
    Even the oceans, man. Rogue waves or choppy seas? No thank you. Even the water itself is trying to kill you. It's pretty to look at but I'll stick to the shore, thanks.

    Or how many factories used to be on it that aren't there anymore but the pollution is still there. The Gowanus Canal in NYC kills every dolphin that swims inside and the Hackensack River by me burned my coworker's friend's legs to the extent he needed skin grafts.
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  6. HKBattosai

    HKBattosai Database Moderator

    Both of those are f'ed up tbh. Dolphins are the ass holes of water mammals but that doesn't mean they deserve a death like that. The thought of river water not near an actively erupting volcano burning ones legs, especially to that level is just screwed up.
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  7. ZetsubouKaiji

    ZetsubouKaiji Forum Moderator Database Moderator

    Oceans are freaky just because we still don't have a clear idea of what is living down there. It's mostly unexplored territory.
  8. Gens

    Gens Database Moderator

    Bobbit worms are seriously fucking terrifying on the ocean floor:

  9. ZetsubouKaiji

    ZetsubouKaiji Forum Moderator Database Moderator

    You call it bobbit worm. I say that's just a mini underwater Sarlacc.
  10. FunkyTime

    FunkyTime Well-Known Member

    That's what you think, but who knows if that fish isn't actually a giant?
  11. ValkyrieNight

    ValkyrieNight Well-Known Member

    Most of the deep sea fish are still pretty normal in size. Kleiber's rule, Bergmann's rule and genetic mutation play a part in them getting bigger. As well as being left alone in the deep for hundreds of years.
    I mean look at these guys
    Deep sea Anglerfish
    Fanfin sea devil
    Deep sea Hatchetfish

    They all grow to between 5-12inches usually and feed on plankton or small fish. Features are just for show mostly.

    But then you have these little cuties too
    Coffin fish
    Dumbo octopus
    Blue ringed octopus
  12. Yeji

    Yeji Well-Known Member

    I tried to post this fourteen frickin times last night, but I guess it doesn't work from a phone.

    As I was trying to say...

    "Ya'll mentioned oceans?"


  13. hell0emi

    hell0emi Well-Known Member

    I’m traumatised
  14. Nicknames

    Nicknames Database Moderator

    *H.P. Lovecraft likes this post*
  15. Yeji

    Yeji Well-Known Member

    Imagine swimming into that wave. Imagine it.
  16. hell0emi

    hell0emi Well-Known Member

    Please no, don’t make me:crying:
  17. Nicknames

    Nicknames Database Moderator

    I've seen enough hentai to know how that'd end
  18. hell0emi

    hell0emi Well-Known Member

    Ok this changes things
  19. FunkyTime

    FunkyTime Well-Known Member

    What... even is that? oO
  20. Gens

    Gens Database Moderator

    Think that's tall seaweed, but it still looks like some alien monster like that lol.

    The feeling of anything brushing against my leg in water is a big noooooooopeeeee.

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