1. Akira MacKenzie says

    Little do marine biologists know, that seal lion was issuing a challenge to duel that kayaker.

  2. madtom1999 says

    Poor little cephalopod minding its own business when mr seal takes a taste. Cephalod response cling on tight – these seals need to breath! Seal needs to shake vigourously – need air for that, shit that feels better. WHAT????

  3. says

    Could it be that the seal bit of more than it could chew? As I understand it an octopus can put up a good fight. Throwing it onto something seems like an effective way of GETTING THAT DAMN THING OFF MY FACE!.

  4. mathymathymathy says

    Pardon me, I couldn’t help but overhear…

    I would like to have a civil conversation about your statement. Let’s partake in a debate about whether what this octopus alleges is really “abuse” or whether this is an attempt to besmirch the reputation of this honest, upstanding sea lion. I also take issue with your claim that “sea lions really are the bad guys” – do you have any solid evidence to back this up?

    Indeed, I will now have a philosophical debate with you over these questions.

  5. anchor says

    That was a way of telling the kayakers to quit disturbing the peace with their annoying primate yacking. The octopus and the sea lion hatched a plan. The sea lion was only too happy to oblige assisting the octopus to deliver the slap. Those rowdy primates had it coming.