a) All mistakes are hopefully honest. Making a dishonest mistake would seem very cruel.
b) I’m guessing that’s you in the picture
c) I’ve never been to an exclusive “shark aquarium,” but typically aquariums house predominantly aquatic animals.
d) Did you try to insult me by calling me a lame-o? Because ouch, ma’am, very ouch.
e) Everyone hates you. Stop ruining our lamebook.
well everybody i am the stupid vegas “need her roots done” girl! well i can honestly tell everybody that i WAS in vegas at the mandalay bay so joshua is right. there were sharks in there but i was standing in front of a glass window were the Kimono Dragon was. AND i know it wasn’t a alligator but when i posted the pictures i didnt really think i would be put on LAMEBOOK for it, but Jason did correct me so i never changed the caption so now that you all had a good laugh we can all move on!
FYI: I AM HOT!
I can imagine few things sadder than a grown woman thinking that a komodo dragon is an alligator. I’m sure in a few years we’re going to see her with her kids at the zoo, describing every large cat as a “tiger” and mixing up the rhinoceroses and hippos.
Whilst the idea of impressed humping my leg make me tremble with anticipation, I have better things to concentrate on. Like spreading the word that this is NOT a komodo dragon.
I understand why TrainReq thinks it’s a colander flagon, as it is deceptively similar. However, due to my choice of biological specialisation, namely extinct species, and my love of art, I can tell you this wasn’t taken at an aquarium, but an art museum. It’s the famous painting, “A Dodo, gagging”.
With my amateur knowledge of car/squid interspecies breeding I was going to proclaim it a DeSoto Kraken, known to guzzle plenty of gas and be extremely docile on land. This would also explain the lack of sharks – the DeSoto Kraken’s fave appetizer!