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25120 No.207  

Animals have to be smart to be able to do stupid things. Only intelligent animals can even come up with stupid things to do. That's why otters, raccoons, etc. are so funny, because they're intelligent. Stupid animals can only sleep, eat and do normal things which is why they're less funny. That's my theory at least. What do you think?

>> No.214  
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Ah yes, raccoons can be pretty stupid-smart too.

>> No.227  

What kind of otter is that? I've never seen an otter like that before

>> No.229  

He's just wearing a mask.

>> No.236  

Why would an otter want to hide his identity?

>> No.240  

To cause mischief and mayhem of course.

>> No.242  

>>236 we're all otters hiding our identities here.

>> No.275  

you don't know the famous trash otter?

>> No.278  

Of course we have to hide our identity!
Otter are in danger of extinction.
Always gotta keep a low profile, unless you can find an Otter Sanctuary. Such is the life of an Otter in this world.

>> No.279  

Otters aren't ashamed or afraid to be otters. They'll even deliberately walk across roads so everyone can see that they're otters. That's based.

>> No.306  
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>>279 We stand tall.

>> No.309  

Did those otters find anything in those boots?

>> No.326  
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A snack

>> No.328  

How is his head and neck longer than his torso? Are otters this stretchy or is it just an illusion?

>> No.331  

Seriously stretchy.
And also masters of illusion, simultaneously.
So probly a little of both.

>> No.335  

I wonder what he saw up there...

>> No.339  

Enlightenment. That, or maybe another otter.

>> No.340  
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>> No.348  

How do you know? Have you stretched an otter before?

>> No.354  

I've watched an otter stretch.
It's a miracle of nature.

>> No.355  

>>354 Otters never cease to amaze.

>> No.368  

The truest dubs that I have ever seen

>> No.374  


>> No.441  

Fish cloud! It came from the ocean.

>> No.1076  

>>340 >>441 Well, did he fly up there and catch it?

>> No.1077  

>>1076 Not worth it. there's not a lot of meat in clouds.

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The memes write themselves in real time

  • from /icup/
>> No.1090  

>>1089 Ugh, raccoons...

>> No.1091  

>>1090 >>1089 Those fiends!

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>What do you think?

Agreed 100% The inquisitiveness of otters is what drives them into so many "stupid" situations, whereas simpler animals just don't have the same curiosity about the world. A fish, for instance, is going to live its simple fish life and not be overly curious about changes in their environment past how it immediately relates to their capacity to find food or be safe from predators. On the other hand, when an otter notices that his environment has changed somehow, he immediately jumps to investigating it, even if it doesn't at all impact his ability to hunt or stay safe. And this is why fish are otter fuel, and otters are not fish fuel.

>> No.3926  

^This! Otters are curious and thus mischievous. They live in complex habitats with a lot of varied food sources where they benefit from being curious. Sometimes I suppose their curiosty gets the best of them lol

>> No.4032  

Curious :dance:
Mischievous :dance:
Piscivorous :dance:
Mischipiscicurivous :dance::dance::dance: