Shiny, Shiny Cuttlefishes!


So new that as of this writing, they are not yet listed on the EvolveFish site, but I assure you, they exist and they are beautiful! And the service is uncannily good–my order, for instance, was shipped and received before I even ordered it (indeed, before I knew it could be ordered!


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Here they are, swimming with my original Lassiter cuttlefish. They can even pretend to change color like a real cuttlefish–all you have to do is give them a different color to reflect. Cheating, I know, but what ya gonna do?

As soon as they are on the website, I’ll link to it–for now, I suspect that if you order by phone or email, they will know exactly what you are talking about; the EvolveFish people have been utterly delightful and tremendously helpful in all my interactions with them.

Next step… lapel pins. Then, world domination!

Comments

  1. Anonymous Atheist says

    Ooh, shiny!

    I’m wondering what you’re planning to do with ten of these… that’s quite a school of cuttlefish for one car. ;)

  2. Cuttlefish says

    I have no idea, actually. I can’t even give them to friends or relatives, cos they have no idea I am Cuttlefish. Maybe I’ll have a raffle–grand prize winner gets the Lassiter and a regular one, 8 others win a regular one, and I keep one. Proceeds go toward the cuttlekids’ college debt.

    Or maybe not.

  3. rq says

    Are these stickers, magnets, or reflectors? Reflectors would be awesome; nocturnal cuttlefish reflecting light and increasing road safety. No?

  4. Anonymous Atheist says

    Cuttlefish – Ah, the pains of anonymity. :)

    Johnny Vector – I don’t know if you’re referring to next year’s Chase Community Giving voting thing that this year’s just finished, or an SSA-only donation drive… but FYI just in case you’re talking about the Chase thing, their rules say “offering prizes or other inducements to member of the public” is considered “inappropriate means” of achieving votes.

  5. Cuttlefish says

    rq– They are “car emblems”-injection-molded plastic, I believe, similar to (but clearly far superior to) the various Jesus Fish you see on cars (at least in the US). While it is not a “reflector” in the sense of the deallies that capture light and reflect back directionally to get a driver’s attention, they are quite shiny and reflective. It *might* increase road safety, or it might just increase the cool factor of your vehicle.

  6. rq says

    The car would certainly be coolified, but I think I’ll wait until something that I can stick on my children appears (those regular reflector stickers). :) Then you’ll have Cuttlefish all over the streets of Riga.

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