AngryBamboo: why does being able to kick trashbags qualify her to solve interpersonal dilemmas? Billie has the emotional maturity of a sea cucumber…a really bratty sea cucumber. there’s no way this ends well.
LockeZ: Excuse me. I identify as an otherkin sea cucumber, and I find this stereotype pretty offensive.
Sea cucumbers absorb everything around them – this naturally includes nutrients but also knowledge and so we actually mature at a very fast rate. We also have a level of depth solid enough for a fascinated Edgar Allen Poe to have written an entire page and a half about the qualities and habits of our kind in his novel. Your obscene generalization is therefore not only unfair but also groundless.
AngryBamboo: i’m sorry i was raised in a different time when it was okay to be racist to sea cucumbers. it isn’t really me, it’s just all of the stuff i absorbed from my dad. he’d always talk about how sea cucumbers were always taking our jobs and eating all of the debris in the benthic zone.
Raoullefere: Ignore LockeZ. You should hear what sea cucumbers say about sea anemones. And they’re still making that “how many brittle stars does it take to open a clam” joke.
AngryBamboo: the problem is obama harboring all these damn sea cucumbers coming into our country illegally. the good ones are okay but im so sick of seeing these lazy damn echinoderm bastards walking around with their single branched gonad and their five ambulacra separated by five ambulacral grooves acting like we owe them something. well ill tell you, this is America buddy and we pay our own way here. we dont wait for the government to hand out plankton and decaying organic matter on a silver platter with a side of free healthcare and no guns! the founding fathers would be appalled!