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521803 No.118  

Welcome!
Please say hello in this thread when you're visiting otterchan.

>> No.126  

Hello

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This is a cute imageboard!

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>>118
Hey guys! How's it going? I'm doing well!

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>>133
Good to hear anon. Doing fine myself, it's a nice sunny day out.

>> No.146  

Good evening fellas.

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>>135
We had a nice couple of days here, but it went back to shitty weather. Oh well, hopefully otters like the rain

>> No.150  

>>148
I'm sure they do. Gives them higher water levels after all.

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Hope you're all having a fine weekend.

>> No.199  

Good morning otters. Otters sleep whenever they want, just like me.

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>>118
Hey guys. Just posting here as I listen to Marty Robbins and look at otters before bed.

>> No.202  

>>201
Good night anon.

>> No.204  

>>178
It ended up being really nice, I’m just sad that it’s over. Hopefully your weekend was also pleasant

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>>201
Have you seen these ones?

>> No.210  

>>206
I cannot say that I have. Where are those handsome men from?

>> No.212  

>>210
Those are Brazilian, I believe.

>> No.213  

>>206
Those are definitely still babies.

>> No.215  

testing

>> No.217  

>>178
Why does he have a feather? Is he trying to write something?

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:3

>> No.224  

>>217
It's probably from a recently eaten bird.

>> No.228  

>>224

>otter
>eating a bird

Can otters fly now?

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>>228
Oh, need proof?

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>>230
Wow. I knew otters were awesome, but I didn't know that they had superpowers!

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Good morning otters

>> No.249  

>>230
You have much to learn about Otters, Padawan.
And your in the right place!

>> No.250  

>>249
^^^
For
>>238
Not
>>230

Otters also have much to learn about using chans
but are very happy to have otterchan to learn
ty chanmakers from otters worldwide
expect more otts daily as word spreads of our new homebase
homebased otters are happy otters
mustellids FTW!

>> No.251  

>>250 Always happy about more otter posts. I'm refreshing this page so many times.

>> No.253  

>>251
Otters are so refreshing, aren't they?

>> No.255  

>>253
Definitely.

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>>245
Good morning to you too. How's your day going?

>> No.260  

>>256
Been very comfy so far. How about you?

>> No.261  

How did you all find this board? I came here through anon.cafe.

>> No.263  

>>260
There's a damn woodpecker right outside my window. I could use one of those flying otters to come get rid of it right about now. Good aside from that though

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Good night, otters

>> No.280  

>>277
Sweet dreams, sleepy otts.
Here's a lullaby
Holding hands in a dream
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=60oRMMlPpVw

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Hey Hey Hey, everybody. Just popping in before I head out and get some rest. Sleep tight otterfriends

>> No.303  

>>301 Hope you slept well otterlad

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I see you went the /kind/ route and decided to make your own imageboard.
Good luck with that.
t. /kind/

>> No.311  

>>310
Hello /kind/.

>> No.313  

>>310

>watermelon

disgusting

>> No.315  

>>313
Do otters dislike watermelon?

>> No.316  

>>315
Yeah, but they'll eat it anyways.

>> No.318  

>>313

>Bullying the /kind/ poster like that.

Come on, we need to be polite to guests.

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>>318
It's not bullying anon. You should know that otters like to play rough.

>> No.325  

>>323
Yeah, but that's a /kind/ poster, not an otter. You need to be nice to guests

>> No.327  

>>325
Well I think he ought to grow some thicker fur if he wants to come round these parts!

>> No.334  

>>323

>You should know that otters like to play rough.

There's no denying that.

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>> No.357  

>>356
I sea an otter

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Comfy board.

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>>359
The comfiest. I must say, I was a bit skeptical about leaving the webring, but I'm throughly enjoying otterchan

>> No.361  

>>360
Lucky someone saw the real need for a place to talk anonymously about otters on the internet.
TY to the otterchan-makers.
Otter do best in sanctuaries, and now they have a global one, at last: otters can go glowball.

>> No.362  

>>360
We spent long enough in there, we're doing us now.

>> No.363  

yeah, I Think we can stand on our own four legs.

>> No.364  

>>363 it's funny because otters have 4 legs (two on each side)

>> No.365  

>>364
But sometimes they have two and sometimes three. and other times they have five.

>> No.366  

>>363
>>364
Their legs are also fins

>> No.367  

>>366
and sometimes hands but only some of them

>> No.369  

>>365

>5 legs

What? Is that a joke about penises, like how a guy with a large one has three legs?

>> No.370  

>>369
I think it's a joke about otters.

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>>369 well they can get pretty large.

>> No.372  

>>371
Both pretty and large.just like otters themselbes

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>>369
Maybe some otters have a prehensile tail, like spyder monkeys. That would make 5.

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>>373
What is that, an otter pic for ants?

>> No.377  

>>376
a small picture of a small otter.

>> No.382  

>>377
Precisely. You really get the impact of how small that otter feels.

>> No.387  

>>382
Small but still effective

>> No.388  

Ilike that otters are on chans now.
Its good ehrn endangered spieciescan find new habitat in the interwebs
Does anyone konw is there are otters on discord to? If i was on doscord Id want there to be otters to findd there, is what im saying. if anyone here knows.

>> No.389  

>>387 That's why I love otters! They completely disprove the false mass/force relationship. Proof that a smoller action can have a bigger impact.

>> No.391  

>>388 sorry anon I don't know about that. I saw a few otter groups on telegram but they were either lefties or righties using otters as mascots for their agenda which was a sad sight to see. ithink otterchan is your best bet for having a good otter time online

>> No.393  

>>389
A smaller otter is simply more otter energy bundled into a smaller area. Speed, maneuverability, and ability to hide in hollow logs all increase with smolnes.

>> No.394  

>>391
If that's true then otters better reclaim their identity, stat. Can't have otters being used as mascots by people who don't even understand them! No good will come of that, mark my words.

>> No.395  

>>391 I hate politics fags, they ruin everything.

>> No.396  

>>393
yeah
Otter = T.A.R.D.I.S.
External size and appearance conceal true power capacity.

>> No.398  

>>396 maybe it has to do with their stretchiness?

>> No.399  

>>398
Anon, you are really onto something there!
These are core otter metrix we are touching on here, and therefore keys to understanding the mysteries of the universe. Most especially the resolution of the paradox between classical and quantum physics. Which is what God created Otters for, obviously.

>> No.401  

>>399
But otter physics are pretty straight forward aren't they?
Swim straight forward, get fish. The more forward the more fish.

>> No.402  

>>399
>>401
I'd like to expand this idea of Otter Science. There are some layers of Otter we don't understand.

>> No.404  

>>402 How many layers of otter are you on?

>> No.406  

>>404
Otter layer cake? give me some

>> No.412  

>>373
Otters tails are stronk indeed. Iirc sometimes when an otter stands upright (otters can do that) they might use their tail to keep balance, as a kind of third leg. Also they use it for aquatic propulsion.

>> No.413  

>>399
You're making my head spin with this advanced otter stuff anon

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>>413
Come on, anon, this is basic otter physics. Did you not graduate otter-college or something?

>> No.415  

>>414
No, I barely made it through swim school

>> No.421  

>>402
I'd say our current understanding is very rudimentary indeed, but that's ok because otters are very patient creatures and I think they truly get our desire to learn.
Actually, with the level of intellectual interest in otters growing rapidly, as it is, I expect we'll see some big breakthroughs this year. The signs are good that this will be a great year for both otters and the science of otters. Hopefully for otter-lovers too!

>> No.425  

Sometimes I like otterchan, and sometimes I really like otterchan.

>> No.428  

>>425 Remember to tell your friends about otterchan!

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Good morning otters

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>>445
Happy Equinox, Otters!

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Class time about to start. Coming by to say hello Otters!

>> No.457  

>>456
Is it otter class? Hopefully so, but even if not, have a good time otterfriend

>> No.458  

>>456 I hope you'll learn a lot about otters.
>>457 Otters should be a compulsory subject in school

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>>457
>>458

Thank you for your wishes! It wasn't otter class, but here's a fact about otters I learned recently:

Apparently, Otters are used in human fishing in some parts of the world to help lure fish into human nets!
From wikipedia on the Otter page: "For many generations, fishermen in southern Bangladesh have bred smooth-coated otters and used them to chase fish into their nets. [...] this traditional use of domesticated wild animals is still in practice in the district of Narail, Bangladesh."

I hope they got alot of fish after a good day's work!

>> No.469  

>>468
Fascinating! Otters are natorious fish-getters. It's only logical people would use them to get fish.

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>> No.472  

>>470
>>471
let him go

>> No.473  

>>468

>I hope they got alot of fish after a good day's work!

They had better! My question, though, is whether they get their fish off a salary of a commission based on how many fish they bring in.

>> No.474  

>>469
Otters are fishers of souls.

>> No.475  

>>470
>>471
I like these a lot. They make me feel cuddled.

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>>475
Wanna cuddle otters

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>>505 Yes please!
(That was an invitation, right?)

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Helllo otternons

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>>547 Hi!

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>>547
>>548
Hey guys! How’re otter anons doing today?

>> No.551  

>>549
Wow, is that Nemo?
I'm doing fine, just a bit busy these days. Looking for work and a place to live. How about you otteranon?

>> No.552  

>>549
>>551

I'm fine! Grab some lunch and about to go home from college.

>looking for a job and a place to live

I hope you'll find both of these soon enough. I'll have to work on that too very soon... Good luck for the both of us!

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>>551
>>552
Good luck otternons with finding a place to live. Hopefully somewhere that you can go visit otters regularly!

>> No.563  

>>561 Otters can visit me if they want

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I love otters and I love otterchan

>> No.581  

>>547
Hello!

>that pic
>"Look how tall I am mom!"
>> No.582  

>>569
Is that otter walking on water? Is that the otter messiah?

>> No.584  

>>582 Nah, otters don't walk on water. How would they get their snacks?

>> No.626  

>>569 Whoa! Look at him go!
(Nice numbers btw)

>> No.636  

Good night otters.

>> No.637  

>>561 Ah, I'd love to have a nice lakeside property where I can greet otters every morning

>> No.641  

>>637 Now that's living the dream.

>> No.659  

>>552
Whats your major otterbro?

>> No.660  

>>641 If I ever make it you are all invited.

>> No.662  

>>391 To me it seems the imageboard format would be the most conductive to good otterposting. It gives you a way to share otter pics that isn't just for farming likes or upvotes, it actually enables discussion, and it isn't exclusive to a closed circle of posters.

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>> No.668  

>>666

>Satan trips for devil otter
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>> No.676  

>>675 I want!

>> No.678  

Hello

>> No.679  

>>675
Where can I find him for the hugs?

>>678
Hey otternon! How’s it going?

>> No.680  

>>679 Pretty good, what about you?

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Hello /otter/ just visiting. Some coon mentioned your site.

>> No.686  

>>684
Welcome and enjoy your stay. Feel free to ask any questions about otters.

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>>684
I'm looking forward for an alliance with coons and otters :D

>> No.712  

Boy I sure do love otters

>> No.713  
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Hello otterchan

>> No.714  

>>713 hello

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Hi have otter socks

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>>712
What a smart opinion, otternon.

>> No.726  

>>723 Loving otters is indeed a sign of intelligence.

>> No.737  

>>713
Hello, President Pepe!
Welcome here.

>> No.738  

>>711 Good to see that OtterArmy got the 'Full Armor of God" v3.17 upgrade.
Looks like they're ready to ROCK>

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Hey otternons! In otter class again. Did you know that a group of otters is called a “romp”?

>> No.743  

>>742
A group of otters is called a
A group of otters is called a

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>>742
Wow, you sure are learning a lot about otters! What I wouldn't give to be able to take an otter class. And that's a cool ott fact, I'd love to see a romp of otters sometime soon.

>> No.755  

>>744 We could hold online Otter classes through otterchan of course.

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Hello friends

>> No.758  

>>756 Hello otterfriend.

>> No.762  

Good afternoon otteranons
Hope all is well

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Okay, this site is cool.

>> No.773  

>>772 welcome

>> No.774  

>>772

>posting furry art

Cruising for a bruising, are we.

>> No.776  

>>755
That’d be awesome. I would definitely tune in to watch otter class

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>>774
Link me to the rules page...

>> No.782  

>>778 the rules are unwritten

>> No.784  

>>778
/otter/ only ever had two rules:

  1. The board is about otters
  2. Otters are very good
>> No.788  

>>784
wat more do you need?

>> No.798  

>>784
>>788
Honestly those two rules probably cover 99% of good posts here, can't go wrong with that

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Nice captcha

>> No.817  

>>816
Fur! Thats what otters have!

>> No.818  

>>817
Otters! They have fur!

>> No.827  

>>818 And a lot of it.

>> No.846  

>>391 where are the online otter people actually? It can't be just here. let's grow this place somewhat.

>> No.852  

>>846
They are mostly hiding on 4chan's /an/ board and the zootopia general on /trash/.

>> No.853  

>>852

>/trash

oh no

>> No.854  

I'm always here...

>> No.856  

>>853
We're pretty cool actually.

>> No.857  

>>856

>/trash
>being anything aside from total faggots

Not in my lifetime

>> No.858  

>>857 let's not get too heated over here

>> No.865  

>>858
Yeah, that might've been a bit rude. But honestly, have you ever been on /trash/? The place is a hellscape.

>> No.866  

>>865
As long as we don't let /otter/ become a hellscape we're fine

>> No.867  

>>866
/otter/ is just fine as it is.

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Hello otterchan.

>> No.873  

>>872 Hello!

>> No.874  

>>866 Just keep being a Board of Otters. That will filter all the filth naturally.

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Hello from /Late/. Glad to see you guys now have a permanent independent home!

>> No.881  

>>875
welcome!



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