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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - nyj
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#105 to #1 - saladtongsofdeath
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actually, the reason they grow them square is because they fit better in the small japanese fridge... usually they use really small fridges
#159 to #105 - anon id: 71e754b4
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In other words. They stack better...
#214 to #159 - saladtongsofdeath
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stacking involves putting two or more watermelons on top of each other and since the fridges are small, that would defeat the purpose of making them squared off.... besides they would still topple over because the top is semi round and the stem is in the way
#80 to #1 - anon id: a9b4fa31
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This is an abomination to natures. I cannot believe these unnatural freaks of nature exist. We need to ban the sale of these. It will destroy the sanctity of nutrition.
#129 to #80 - anon id: 24a979d4
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someone call peta this is cruelty
#184 to #1 - extravix
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#3 to #1 - radiohazard
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you can even build watermelon houses!
#2 to #1 - nyj
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#44 to #2 - anon id: e06a19e3
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samefag
#116 - dannyqd
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The goats... we are ******...
#117 to #116 - spectralbanshee
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'We' are ******?
#119 to #117 - dannyqd
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Even with a towel as nice as that you cannot control this power.
#133 to #119 - anon id: 7d84adfd
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Does that **** to Naruto even have a job or is he just sucking up welfare like a ******?
User avatar #187 to #133 - srapture
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Well, to put it simply, he gets paid to do ninja stuff.
#150 to #133 - hinji **User deleted account**
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Oh anon, you so silly!
#11 - dafukdude
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Part of the 2%
Part of the 2%
#167 to #11 - welshash
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Congrats with the no soul and that...
#23 to #11 - anon id: 459bc8c6
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and you are proud ? you souless creature !
#26 to #23 - tigersstripes
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made this once, so glad for a reason to use it again.
User avatar #169 to #23 - sackson
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does god have a soul ?
#55 to #11 - anon id: 0b1bb182
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Hey, me too!
#92 to #11 - schnickelfritz
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Make that two!
#162 to #11 - evilhomer
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Join the club
#175 to #11 - anon id: 547cdf85
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And suddenly.... everyones a ginger on funnyjunk.
#178 to #11 - albodude
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only my beard is red..what am I..
User avatar #211 to #178 - thesteenge
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A man with a red beard. duh. *rolls eyes*
#189 to #11 - ompalomper
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same here
#60 to #11 - jellyneau
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I too am a red headed fellow.
I too am a red headed fellow.
#15 to #11 - aciar
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As am I brother.
#54 - hikarimiku
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#49 - plaruti
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stronger than a horse...
#203 to #49 - garnichtgut
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still because it's about weight as well, that dude looks like he weighs very little
#137 to #49 - kiboz
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lol, take a skinny horse. Same deal.
User avatar #206 to #137 - masterfuck
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It's proportional to the weight. As he is skinny, he also has less fat and I bet he probably lifts pretty good compared to his weight. Most important is his height. Manlets lifts more x bodyweight.
#208 to #206 - kiboz
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well, yeah
#136 - shiftyscent
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I've had six redheaded girlfriends.   
Slowly catching them all.
I've had six redheaded girlfriends.
Slowly catching them all.
User avatar #29 - kinsanity
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That's not a crocodile.....that's an alligator.
Sorry, that is one of my biggest pet peeves.
#48 to #29 - anon id: 0866788a
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Don't forget the fact that sharks have the same amount strength in their jaw as a human, they just have more and different teeth.
#79 to #29 - anon id: b07140ae
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Sorry chief, but that's definitely a salty. (salt water croc)
#132 to #29 - anon id: 98c8b133
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sorry, sport, but that's 100% crocodile, saltwater crocodile, to be exact. it's easy to tell for a few reasons:

1: the coloring indicates that it is a croc, both from the markings on its tail, and from its tanned skin (something that happens to only saltwater crocs, as it is a reaction between the salinity of sea water and baking in the sun, as im sure you know these reptiles love to do).

2. it has pretty obvious overdevelopment of the jaw muscle if it is an alligator. borderline deformation. however, the jaw size is more common to that of a saltwater croc, since they crack leatherback shells and whatnot.

3. the snout (which, i see, is the basis of your judgement) is irrelevant when determining species, as gators have been seen in captivity with crocodilian-looking snouts, and vise-versa.

sorry man, it's a croc. I'm from the Okefenokee part of Georgia (right on the Florida line). 438,000 acres of swamp means I win.
#188 to #29 - anon id: ed2afd79
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hate to hand it to ya, buddy, but that's a croc for sure
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#37 to #35 - kinsanity
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Alligators have wider and differently shaped snouts. Crocodiles have more narrow snouts. Alligators also tend to have much wider bodies as well. They live in different places too.The American alligator obviously lives in America, mostly the south in freshwater marshes and swamps. The Chinese alligator lives in China. Crocodiles are found in more places but mostly in fresh water and sometimes brackish water. There are crocodiles in the US, but alligators are more common. BTW I learned all of this throughout my life living near a marsh in South Carolina. We see alligators all the time, so the differences are obvious now.
#97 to #37 - psychrophile
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Which is interesting, considering you misidentified the crocodile in the photo as an alligator...
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User avatar #39 to #35 - wormman
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crocodiles have a thinner snout then alligators is the main difference there are others but that is just what i find most notable.
User avatar #36 to #35 - stringfingerable
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Gators have wider faces while crocs have skinnier faces.
#134 to #29 - MrLlama
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I am 90% sure that's a Saltwater crocodile.   
Just doesn't look like an alligator to me.
I am 90% sure that's a Saltwater crocodile.
Just doesn't look like an alligator to me.
User avatar #164 to #29 - inetus
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It is definitely a crocodile. It has the olive green color to it, a V shaped snout, you can see the teeth on it's lower jaw and considering alligators live in freshwater, this picture wouldn't make sense.
User avatar #51 to #29 - bothemastaofall
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That is definately a croc.
User avatar #56 to #29 - rhc
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Holmes, that's a crocodile.
User avatar #19 - drhondaboy
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This is so wrong. For example, the LD50 for humans is 4g/kg; not 1g. Do you research before reposting, faggot.
Source; I'm a Biomedical Physicist, and Google. Seriously, this **** isn't that hard to Google.
#153 to #19 - anon id: c84f998c
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Damn, i wish I could be Google too...
User avatar #82 to #19 - rightouslightning
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Damn, he cool
#176 - bullbrigade
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"Hitler hat nichts falsch gemacht"
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For all you faggots that cba google translating :

Hitler did nothing wrong
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#25 - alawabidingcitizen
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Contributing my own random facts:
- Proportionally speaking, a lit candle puts out more energy than the sun
- Pure Alkaline Metals (Periodic Table groups 1 & 2) are almost impossible to find in nature
- Your fingerprints are the result of the fluids floating around your developing hands while in utero; as a result, fingerprints are one of the only traits humans have which is not genetic at all
- The sun emits more light on the green wavelength than any other visible color; coincidentally, this is why the leaves of most plants are green (works better in capturing the energy present in the EM wavelength of green light)
- About 50% of a banana's DNA is present in the human genome, and roughly 99% of human DNA can be found in most primates
- There are ten dimensions in which things exist (line, shape, form, time, and possibility are the first five) *THEORETICAL*
- Almost every culture pre-dating the Roman Empire has a legend/myth/god involving a Dragon(s), despite the fact that very few of them made contact with each other before the 5th century (worldwide, not just Asia, Europe, and the Middle East)
User avatar #158 to #25 - wizlock
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About plants:
Actually he is kinga right but mixed things wrong. This is the truth:

Sunlight consists of primarily blue and red light mixed together, which are exactly the colors that chlorophyll molecules like to absorb. Light is a form of energy, so the chlorophyll is able to harvest the sunlight with little waste.
User avatar #32 to #25 - kinsanity
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Plants are not green for that reason...they are green because of the chloroplasts and chlorophyll in their cells.
User avatar #154 to #32 - wizlock
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and why the **** are chloroplasts green? that isn't an explanation
#27 to #25 - fuckyouto
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-A lit candle is not proportionally equal to the sun.
-No the sun emits more red, The reason we see green is because it is REFLECTED back into our eyes and not used by the plant.
User avatar #38 to #25 - srskate
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I doubt the first one, hydrogen fusion puts out a ******* of power
and as to the third one, how do green plants capture more green light? If they are green, that means they are reflecting green light.
#52 to #25 - warriortnt
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1. Pretty sure the candle thing is bull
2. plants reflect green light to capture green light? That makes sense.
User avatar #30 to #25 - ilovepelicans
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But plants don't absorb green light. Green light bounces off of the leaves and that's why they appear green...
User avatar #31 to #25 - ilovepelicans
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ALSO the dragon thing... Paleontologists think that the ancient civilizations came into contact with dinosaur bones and that's where the dragon comes from