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We really shouldn't be pissing off the machines...

I'm actually disappointed it didn't go after the guy right there at the end.

This is the next generation of Jevoha's witnesses.

I was desperately expecting a snap look at least.

You have 10 seconds to comply

An Elephant Got Caught on Security Camera Picking Up Trash and Putting it in a Garbage Can

grumble grumble "The trash can is LITERALLY three feet away. Lazy assholes."

It's shaming us.

An elephant never forgets...

At least some animals are trying to help out the ecosystem

Metal Circles

I feel like magnets could make that thing dance.

Or like when you move a window around on Windows XP when it's lagging.

Calm down jesse

Kind of looks like a visual representation of sound waves.

This creature's entire head is one big mouth (x-post r/interestingasfuck)

This creature's entire head is one big mouth (x-post r/interestingasfuck)
Giant Nudibranch

Large beast, unaligned

Armor Class 12 (natural armor) Hit Points 76 (8d10 + 24) Speed 5 ft., swim 30 ft.

STR DEX CON INT WIS CHA 17 (+3) 10 (+0) 16 (+3) 2 (-4) 11 (+0) 3 (-4)

Skills Stealth +2 Senses blindsight 60 ft. (blind beyond this radius), passive Perception 10 Languages -- Challenge 2 (450 XP)

Ambusher. The nudibranch has advantage on attack rolls against any creature it has surprised.

Underwater Camouflage. The nudibranch has advantage on Dexterity (Stealth) checks made while underwater.

Water Breathing. The nudibranch can breathe only underwater.

Actions

Multiattack. The nudibranch makes a Bite attack against up to four Medium or smaller targets that are within its reach and in a single 10-foot-cube area.

Bite. Melee Weapon Attack +5 to hit, reach 10 ft., one Medium or smaller target. Hit: The target is grappled (escape DC 13). Until this grapple ends, the target is restrained. In addition, at the start of each of the target's turns, the target takes 10 (3d4 + 3) bludgeoning damage. The nudibranch can grapple only up to 4 creatures at once.

 

Edit: Formatting.

"Roll for species." "WTF, since when do we do that?" "Just fuckin' do it, you wanted me to DM, my rules." "Fine." {rolls 1} "A 1? Lol. Let me look that up... okay, you're a Nudibranch." "The fuck is that?" "Well.. hrmmm... you're a carnivorous penis with tiny little frilled legs that lives underwater. You have a primary bite attack that's... huh, your head attack is apparently an area attack? and it does 2d4 damage."

Calling /u/itsadndmonsternow

Imagine one of those things, but like 20 feet tall just fucking everybody's shit up

And so began a new sport.

Waterboarding for executives

As a former young moron, I bow down in awe at this fuckshitery.

Water-bro-ding?

Man is him Mom going to be pissed about the grass stains

Jellies! (x-post r/woahdude)

Woah, check out those colours!

If anyone's curious, these guys are known as Jelly Blubbers (I'm not making this up; source!). Unlike most jellies, the pigment is produced by themselves and not mutualistic algae or similar. They're common as muck across much of the Indo-Pacific, where they're regularly chowed down on by sea turtles, who avoid their stings by having throats filled with protective, leathery papillae that looks like they come from hell itself.

As for the jellies, they're actually one of the few species commercially available for the home aquarist - you too could own a few! I'd imagine it'd be rather expensive to set-up and maintain the lil' blubbies though, but maybe the peeps over at r/aquariums might have some advice.

 

Credit to /u/Apostjustforthis for the original link in r/woahdude.

Woah, check out those colours!

If anyone's curious, these guys are known as Jelly Blubbers (I'm not making this up; source!). Unlike most jellies, the pigment is produced by themselves and not mutualistic algae or similar. They're common as muck across much of the Indo-Pacific, where they're regularly chowed down on by sea turtles, who avoid their stings by having throats filled with protective, leathery papillae that they come from hell itself.

As for the jellies, they're actually one of the few species commercially available for the home aquarist - you too could own a few! I'd imagine it'd be rather expensive to set-up and maintain the lil' blubbies though, but maybe the peeps over at /sub/aquariums might have some advice.

 

Credit to /u/Apostjustforthis for the original link in /sub/woahdude.

Like a bunch of swimming speakers bumping techno music.

Upvote for you, informative stranger!

National Aquarium in Baltimore?

I tied it in wrong way for years...

I tied it in wrong way for years...

I don't even know what is being tied here....

Its a bow

I always did the shoelace knot :(

I mean, this is how most people tie bows right? Just not so fricken carefully...

Smooth

Not sure if everyone is pretending to not know this is set up, or....

I hope so. The dudes face doesn't move at all, he's still as a statue, and he even lowers his beer a smidge right before it gets taken and right after he lands.

Even for it being staged, that's a seamless transition

The guy doesn't even flinch when a human goes flying through the air 5 feet away from him. Set up or not, it was still some solid air by the skater.

Diving Buddies.

Mom: "If your friend jumped off a cliff, would you?"

Dog: "Yep!"

"I will walk the plank also, my human, for it is our life that we have lived." - Dog

Reddit continues to prove that I remain incapable of anything approaching an original thought. Take my dejected upvote, buddy.

http://imgur.com/CqUwvOk.gifv

Lucky Florida Man Wins Free In-Ground Pool

That's in Australia, not Florida. The rotary clothesline gives it away.

Plus link to story.

This is terrifying.

Guy is sitting on a gold mine, that pool is going to turn into a lake. Instant waterfront house, guys resale value just went through the roof.

With built in wave machine and aerator.

Try one of these subthreads