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The 18 Nopiest NOPES You'll See Today

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Damo R.    29,658

Oh god that spider aka hand from hell one!

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c.grz    375

Where's the last one from?

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Charisma    2,388

Stopped reading after about number three, way too many spiders going on. Don't need any more nightmares!

 

so... NOPE to that whole page :no:

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+Frank B.    7,109

Noped out of there. Ugh.

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trag3dy    3,449

#1 was okay, it quickly went downhill from there.

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Bryan R.    1,099

That's it. I'm bombing my house. It's too risky.

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ethryx    0

Nope nope nope nope. Seeya!

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Growled    3,880

Noped out of there. Ugh.

 

Same. Not for me.

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Max Norris    2,089

Oh hell no. What used to get me was spiders being cute by climbing down from the ceiling right in front of my face.. but that thing with the fish and that "hand spider".. pretty sure I'd be making some very un-manly noises after that.

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Astra.Xtreme    2,217

Damn I hate spiders.  Kill em with fire!

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exotoxic    494

No big deal :ermm:  Whats the thing that comes out of the fishes mouth??

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papercut2008uk    100

number 7 and 8 i wouldnt mind, as i keep those sort of things anyway. and number 17 brings back some memories when on holiday, these monster grass hoppers, one of the dam things got in my trousers and wouldn't come out.

 

i was in a sort of market, saw these huge hornets eating the meat that was hung up and thats when i felt the dam thing in my trousers, naturally seeing the huge wasps and felt this thing in my trousers i panicked, as i thought it was one of those wasps.

 

off came the trousers, which didnt go down too well, as i was in an Islamic country, but they were understanding as to my situation.

 

i guess it go's without saying that i was more than a little embarrassed as i wasn't wearing any underwear, just kidding, i was, but when i found out it was a huge grasshopper, it was super embarrassing. 

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papercut2008uk    100

No big deal :ermm:  Whats the thing that comes out of the fishes mouth??

 

most likely 'Ceratothoa imbricata'  (don't Google it if you like eating fish) which is a parasite that eats the fish's tongue, i don't think they are that fast though, or that colour, but there about the only thing that would live in the mouth of a fish and grow to that size (or bigger). 

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Marshall    15,354

No big deal :ermm:  Whats the thing that comes out of the fishes mouth??

 

It is a tongue-eating louse, a parasitic crustacean of the family Cymothoidae.

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exotoxic    494

most likely 'Ceratothoa imbricata'  (don't Google it if you like eating fish) which is a parasite that eats the fish's tongue, i don't think they are that fast though, or that colour, but there about the only thing that would live in the mouth of a fish and grow to that size (or bigger). 

 

 

It is a tongue-eating louse, a parasitic crustacean of the family Cymothoidae.

 

Oh i have seen those before i did not think they could move once they had got in place, especially so fast.

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theyarecomingforyou    9,509

Let me know when the nopey nopes have gone.  :unsure:

 

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Bryan R.    1,099

It is a tongue-eating louse, a parasitic crustacean of the family Cymothoidae.

Thanks. Here's a video.

 

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