1. davidc1 says

    I think not all the suckers in that clip belong to the octopusss.
    Thank you wrap my internet to go .

  2. wzrd1 says

    This is why you shouldn’t play with your food. Food doesn’t volunteer to be food and animals selected for use as food, given the opportunity to express their objection.

  3. says

    This is why you shouldn’t play with your food.

    I guess I understand what you’re saying, but I think blaming the octopus is the wrong thing to do here. /s

    Seriously though, I was just kinda shocked by the whole thing. How did this octopus get suck to her face? Was this at an aquarium and she thought she might snuggle the mollusk? Was this at a live seafood shop? – I know that they sometimes sell octopuses in China the way live lobsters are sold in Canada. (Heck, we might sell octopuses that way here. T&T, maybe?) Was this near the ocean and she’d just personally grabbed an octopus from a tide pool?

    The octopus has my sympathy whatever the case, but I can’t stop my brain from demanding context.

  4. evodevo says

    What an idiot lol – I’m just surprised it didn’t latch on to her with its beak…I certainly would have!