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#116 - Well that's no fun! 10/01/2015 on Tiny Crab 0
#114 - Thanks 10/01/2015 on Tiny Crab 0
#113 - Well, a wise man once said that if you want an answer to a que…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/01/2015 on Tiny Crab 0
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#115 - Dember (10/01/2015) [-]
or, alternatively: ask! : D
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#116 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Well that's no fun!
#12 - It's the everything zoo. 09/30/2015 on People Zoo +6
#10 - Shivers 09/30/2015 on Jizz, and move on +1
#14 - That I didn't know.  [+] (6 new replies) 09/30/2015 on Tiny Crab -4
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#70 - shieeetposter (09/30/2015) [-]
Why even bother in an argument if you don't know all the facts

That's like going into battle with only a helmet
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#113 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Well, a wise man once said that if you want an answer to a question, don't ask, but propose a wrong answer. People will correct you.
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#115 - Dember (10/01/2015) [-]
or, alternatively: ask! : D
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#116 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Well that's no fun!
#32 - Zyklone (09/30/2015) [-]
Symbiotic relationships: crab and muscle

What is a Symbiotic relationship? - users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/S/Symbiosis.html

Information on the Pea Crab - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand_pea_crab

Other marine symbiotic relationships - www.leisurepro.com/blog/explore-the-blue/5-marine-symbiotic-relationships/
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#114 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Thanks
#12 - You've seen all kinds of weird **** put into meals, especially…  [+] (10 new replies) 09/30/2015 on Tiny Crab -10
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#60 - leonhardt (09/30/2015) [-]
I legit cringed at your flagrant stupidity.
#23 - anon (09/30/2015) [-]
This is only olive garden, they don't put stuff on your food for looks. You're wrong, get over it.
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#13 - kaiserdjg (09/30/2015) [-]
this is also a pea crab and can live inside a mussel and feed off it
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#14 - everheat (09/30/2015) [-]
That I didn't know.
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#70 - shieeetposter (09/30/2015) [-]
Why even bother in an argument if you don't know all the facts

That's like going into battle with only a helmet
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#113 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Well, a wise man once said that if you want an answer to a question, don't ask, but propose a wrong answer. People will correct you.
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#115 - Dember (10/01/2015) [-]
or, alternatively: ask! : D
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#116 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Well that's no fun!
#32 - Zyklone (09/30/2015) [-]
Symbiotic relationships: crab and muscle

What is a Symbiotic relationship? - users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/S/Symbiosis.html

Information on the Pea Crab - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand_pea_crab

Other marine symbiotic relationships - www.leisurepro.com/blog/explore-the-blue/5-marine-symbiotic-relationships/
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#114 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Thanks
#9 - Well prove me wrong.  [+] (14 new replies) 09/30/2015 on Tiny Crab -5
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#26 - clechyl (09/30/2015) [-]
prove yourself right first fam
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#11 - sinonyx (09/30/2015) [-]
it's illegal to catch/kill crabs that small

quick google search says
"Minimum size is four inches measured by the shortest distance through the body,"

probably varies a little by state
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#10 - kaiserdjg (09/30/2015) [-]
theres no nutrition in a tiny crab... you cant eat it... there is no possible way that you would cook such a small crab for a meal... its pointless.... muscles also open up and reclose in the sea so its entirely possible that crab got caught that way... but idiots like you have to be extra stupid
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#12 - everheat (09/30/2015) [-]
You've seen all kinds of weird shit put into meals, especially if it's from the sea. Mussels don't open up and close when alive. I think you might be thinking of those other type of clams, the kind that produce pearls.

Any sized crab contains meat. A small enough one doesn't have that strong of an exoskeleton, so it's easily chewable. Did you watch too much Castaway?
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#60 - leonhardt (09/30/2015) [-]
I legit cringed at your flagrant stupidity.
#23 - anon (09/30/2015) [-]
This is only olive garden, they don't put stuff on your food for looks. You're wrong, get over it.
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#13 - kaiserdjg (09/30/2015) [-]
this is also a pea crab and can live inside a mussel and feed off it
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#14 - everheat (09/30/2015) [-]
That I didn't know.
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#70 - shieeetposter (09/30/2015) [-]
Why even bother in an argument if you don't know all the facts

That's like going into battle with only a helmet
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#113 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Well, a wise man once said that if you want an answer to a question, don't ask, but propose a wrong answer. People will correct you.
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#115 - Dember (10/01/2015) [-]
or, alternatively: ask! : D
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#116 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Well that's no fun!
#32 - Zyklone (09/30/2015) [-]
Symbiotic relationships: crab and muscle

What is a Symbiotic relationship? - users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/S/Symbiosis.html

Information on the Pea Crab - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand_pea_crab

Other marine symbiotic relationships - www.leisurepro.com/blog/explore-the-blue/5-marine-symbiotic-relationships/
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#114 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Thanks
#7 - I have my doubts about this, mussels open up when cooked. That…  [+] (16 new replies) 09/30/2015 on Tiny Crab -20
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#8 - kaiserdjg (09/30/2015) [-]
stupid people everywhere...
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#9 - everheat (09/30/2015) [-]
Well prove me wrong.
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#26 - clechyl (09/30/2015) [-]
prove yourself right first fam
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#11 - sinonyx (09/30/2015) [-]
it's illegal to catch/kill crabs that small

quick google search says
"Minimum size is four inches measured by the shortest distance through the body,"

probably varies a little by state
User avatar
#10 - kaiserdjg (09/30/2015) [-]
theres no nutrition in a tiny crab... you cant eat it... there is no possible way that you would cook such a small crab for a meal... its pointless.... muscles also open up and reclose in the sea so its entirely possible that crab got caught that way... but idiots like you have to be extra stupid
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#12 - everheat (09/30/2015) [-]
You've seen all kinds of weird shit put into meals, especially if it's from the sea. Mussels don't open up and close when alive. I think you might be thinking of those other type of clams, the kind that produce pearls.

Any sized crab contains meat. A small enough one doesn't have that strong of an exoskeleton, so it's easily chewable. Did you watch too much Castaway?
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#60 - leonhardt (09/30/2015) [-]
I legit cringed at your flagrant stupidity.
#23 - anon (09/30/2015) [-]
This is only olive garden, they don't put stuff on your food for looks. You're wrong, get over it.
User avatar
#13 - kaiserdjg (09/30/2015) [-]
this is also a pea crab and can live inside a mussel and feed off it
User avatar
#14 - everheat (09/30/2015) [-]
That I didn't know.
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#70 - shieeetposter (09/30/2015) [-]
Why even bother in an argument if you don't know all the facts

That's like going into battle with only a helmet
User avatar
#113 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Well, a wise man once said that if you want an answer to a question, don't ask, but propose a wrong answer. People will correct you.
User avatar
#115 - Dember (10/01/2015) [-]
or, alternatively: ask! : D
User avatar
#116 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Well that's no fun!
#32 - Zyklone (09/30/2015) [-]
Symbiotic relationships: crab and muscle

What is a Symbiotic relationship? - users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/S/Symbiosis.html

Information on the Pea Crab - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand_pea_crab

Other marine symbiotic relationships - www.leisurepro.com/blog/explore-the-blue/5-marine-symbiotic-relationships/
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#114 - everheat (10/01/2015) [-]
Thanks
#9 - ...what?  [+] (1 new reply) 09/29/2015 on Jaws 0
#10 - ministermax (09/29/2015) [-]