r/Unexpected 2d ago

I didnt know they could do that

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u/unexBot 2d ago

OP sent the following text as an explanation on why this is unexpected:

the crab lifts off like an airplane, straight for the camera


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u/TomEddie 2d ago

‘Wassup BRUH? Take a swing BRUH!’

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u/WhyDoPplBeRude 2d ago

I don’t know why, but I find it adorable for some reason.

Edit. Like a little helicopter. The claws pulled in make it look like it’s trying pull a cute face. (To me)

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u/saint_ryan 2d ago

you find that adorable - I find it scary as hell.

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u/A____S____ 2d ago

Pack your things

we're leaving

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u/feint2021 2d ago

This why you shouldn’t get in a pool when there’s someone with crabs.

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u/Long_Educational 2d ago

Thanks. You're not helping my social anxiety.

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u/GiveToOedipus 2d ago

Don't worry, you can't see them by the naked eye easily, so youçll never know they're there.

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u/Mauwnelelle 2d ago

But what if I feel them with my naked body?!

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u/bluefacebabyyyyyy 2d ago

What about the crab attack on the camera man?

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u/Bubba_Feetz 2d ago

What about the droid attack on the Wookies?

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u/FETUS_LAUNCHER 2d ago

Yep. Crabs are my one irrational fear. I work on the water, I swim in the ocean all the time, couldn’t care less about sharks or jellyfish or really anything else out there, but crabs scare the hell out of me.

When I was a little kid, I went crabbing with my dad. There was this one really big gnarly blue crab that he pulled up. He tried grabbing it by the back of the shell like some people say you’re supposed to do, but that bastard grabbed his finger like it was nothing. My dad freaked out and threw the crab as hard as he could (not on purpose, just out of instinct because it hurt), and the gargantuan crab missed my face by about half an inch, because he didn’t notice that I was standing right behind him. I sometimes wonder if that’s to blame for my fear of crabs, like maybe it’s some weird Freudian thing originating on that day.

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u/recoil669 2d ago

Crabs caused your father to care more about himself than you. Deep down you want revenge.

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u/MilfagardVonBangin 2d ago

This is what middle to low-end nursing homes are for. You can lie to yourself about it too, which is nice.

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u/lmtlssmnd 2d ago

That’s his villian origin story

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u/jordan1794 2d ago edited 1d ago

I swam in the Chesapeake bay one time at a state park.

After swimming for maybe an hour, I put on a pair of goggles.

I then came to horrific realization that the "taps" I kept feeling on my heels were not seaweed/shells/ as I thought, but crabs swimming up & trying to grab my feet! I didn't know they could swim either at the time, and it looked EXACTLY like the video lol.

With the goggles on I could see them all over, and they were all going after people who (mostly) had no idea lmao. I tried to keep swimming, but when I saw 3 of them coming at me at once I was done. Even having swam for an hour prior, I couldn't get back in the water.

Edit: Most crabs can't swim, the species that do are the oddballs!

https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/national/outreach-and-education/fun-facts-about-intriguing-invertebrates#can-crabs-swim?

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u/NouberNou 2d ago

We have a lot of rock crabs in Puget Sound and our beach place has a fairly large tidal zone where you can wade at knee to waist depth for a long ways.

It's hilarious watching the bigger crabs run up to you and throw claws like they gunna fight you and you just step next to them and their pinchers barely do anything to your leg because they can't fit it around you so its just a dumb poke and then they scurry away.

Meanwhile, the smaller crabs are just flinging themselves everywhere.

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u/Jon-Joestar Expected It 2d ago

I can’t help but imagine the inner dialogues of the big and smol rock crabs as you described them

“Big monster! I’m gonna fuck you up!” poke poke….poke “……fuck this! I choose life!”

Meanwhile

“I’m bored, YEET!” flings self 6 inches above the ground “nice…I’m bored again, YEET!”

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u/fatchonkerz 2d ago

"Throw claws" lmao

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u/Neurotic_Bakeder 2d ago

Dude I also had the "dum de dum having a nice little swim in this wild body of water like I do every day, goggles might be interesting, oh what's this oH NO IT'S FULL OF STUFF"

Swam daily while working at a camp. Started using goggles after I bumped my head on a rock. There were. Surprisingly many jellyfish.

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u/MangoCats 2d ago

Our 17 year old still fears little dogs based on getting beat up by one when he was a toddler.

As for not fearing jellyfish - I was in a situation where I was getting multiple nuisance stings from little jellyfish all day. Didn't seem so bad at the time, but about 24 hours later I had systemic problems from the neurotoxins - felt like a mini stroke at first. Cleared up after a couple of days, as far as I can teel.

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u/depthninja 2d ago

"... as far as I can teel." Hahahaha

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u/StrainOk8249 2d ago

I was shrimp fishing once with one arm broken in a huge cast. I pulled a net in with a big blue crab. Getting it out, it clamped down on the webbing between my thumb and finger. It would not let go. and I only had one arm. we found some way to dunk it in water, but damn, it would not let go.

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u/Sardonnicus 2d ago

I too was once crabbing in the Chesapeake Bay and pulled in a blue crab which pinched my finger and I accidentally launched the crab skyward as I yanked my hand back in pain. For a brief moment that crab reached heights that few crabs ever will in their lives.

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u/IAmAnObvioustrollAMA 2d ago

Interesting! I love hearing the origins of people's phobias!

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u/ScourgeOfLondonTown 2d ago

Freudian

As in, it wasn't the crab that scared you but your desire to kill your dad so you could bang your mom in peace? You gotta fill in the blanks for us here.

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u/cherish_ireland 2d ago

An aggressive Roomba with a bone to pick with the camera man lol.

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u/aussie718 2d ago

To add to the cuteness, those little paddle legs it has are called swimmerettes

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u/jews_vaporizer5000 2d ago

The chad crab vs the virgin cameraman

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u/S0berface 2d ago

Based

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u/Rubithyst 2d ago

Based on deez nuts

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u/BALONYPONY 2d ago

Wow, that sounds like the Gimmi Gimmie Gimmies. Don't mind that it's just my age showing... PUNK ROCK

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u/ItalianMeatBoi 2d ago

Chad Mr. Krabs

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u/thebadyearblimp 2d ago

He seems awfully crabby

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u/DerpySense 2d ago

Didn’t smoke enough of that seaweed

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u/DreamWithinAMatrix 2d ago

This clip made me piss my scuba suit

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u/TooHigh2Die420 2d ago

Fast guy Eddie always brings the boys to the yard...

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u/dedda1994 2d ago

Almost as scary as when that random bug you're watching starts flying

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u/beluuuuuuga 2d ago

Those really big shelled ones which are the least likely to fly because of how heavy they look are the ones that fly for some reason. Scares the life out of me.

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u/DSquariusGreeneJR 2d ago edited 2d ago

It’s always so jarring too because they have to shoot their back shell open so you have a split second of knowing it’s coming

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u/Arachno-Communism 2d ago

Oh what a cool bug look at that absolute unit

opens carapace just a tiny bit so you can see wings peek out

Oh no

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u/DizzleSlaunsen23 2d ago

“Clever girl”

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u/Sunflr712 2d ago

Visiting the south during one of the hottest most humid summers, house was by an open field. We had hardwood floors. I was watching tv late at night, heard a clicking noise on the floor coming down a long hallway. Walked out of the room, turned on hallway light, clicking noise stopped, saw nothing. Turned off light sat back down, clicking is getting closer. I ignore it. A huge brown hard shell beetle about the size of a snapple cap comes dragging into the room, sees me does not miss a beat, turns around and leaves back down the hallway clicking away😩 Cue screaming!

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u/ElderHerb 2d ago

the size of a snapple cap

Where is /u/converter-bot when you need it?

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u/useles-converter-bot 2d ago

I couldn't find the measurement you wanted me to convert.

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u/MWDTech 2d ago

Bot name checks out

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u/DizzleSlaunsen23 2d ago

Fuck. I live in California we have ticks. I’ve washed a couple boxes off in my lifetime. But I went to the East cost and my fucking god. I never even went really anywhere with tall grass or anything and I was covered in them I felt on crawling behind me ear. Fuck that. Luckily none but me afaik. Maybe I have fucking lime. Who knows.

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u/Doughbanjiang 2d ago

Imagine if ticks could fly

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u/GenXHERETIC 2d ago

Why, why would you say that!

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u/ghostairship 2d ago

Why are you putting that out into the universe?! You're gonna give it ideas!

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u/Noah254 2d ago

Funnily enough I’ve lived in Georgia all my life, and go into the woods a decent enough amount, haven’t had a tick in probably 20 something years. But my BIL who is a hunter got bit and got a somewhat rare disease where he can’t eat red meat now. This tiny little bug made him not be able to eat steak. I’d be mad at life at that point

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u/Dddoki 2d ago

I know a couple of people who have come down with that.

One of them recovered after a couple of years.

The other still has it. He misses milk shakes the most.

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u/ZoraksGirlfriend 2d ago

I have a friend who has this. So weird that a tick bite can make you not eat meat. She just became a vegetarian so she wouldn’t be tempted. I’d be so fucking pissed off if I could no longer eat steak.

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u/OnionPretzel 2d ago

I missed the word cap and was freaking out about there being beetles the size of Snapples in the south.

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u/Glorious_Jo 2d ago

during one of the hottest most humid summers

So in the last 5 years

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u/Preaddly 2d ago

Oh God! Where is it? Is it on me?!? Is it in my hair?!?! Does it bite??!!?? Why didn't I kill it when I had a chance?!?!?!?

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u/alaskafish 2d ago

That’s how helicopters were invented

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u/camdoodlebop 2d ago

wow so if something picks them up by the snout they are totally defenseless

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u/BananaDick_CuntGrass 2d ago edited 2d ago

Yep, but I think that's how they fight. One will hook the other and just throw them off of a tree.

https://youtu.be/EjvLOAIxbNQ

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u/Youre10PlyBud 2d ago edited 2d ago

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mushiking:_The_King_of_Beetles#:~:text=Mushiking%20is%20a%20rock%2Dpaper,mode%20or%20Tag%20Battle%20mode.

Apparently it was only released in Japan, but there was an arcade near my house with this game. My cousin was obsessive about it. But it dispensed beetle cards and then you would start a round with that card which became your "fighter". The beetles could pinch, throw or one other move I can't remember (basically paper, rock, scissors).

Anyways. The important bit of the story is that the animations were actually pretty awesome and the beetle fights were super cool to watch. Reminded me of that game when I watched that.

Eta:

I found a tweet about the game. Apparently Hasbro did a test run for the game in the US but it failed.

Anyways, here's the only trailer (which is completely ridiculous and worth the watch) that exists for the game (sorry, have no idea where this guy found it, so can only link Twitter)

https://twitter.com/i/status/1342192480595406848

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u/yourethevictim 2d ago

Sounds like a fucking lawnmower. If I encountered that in the wild -- or, fuck it, inside my house -- I would instantly shit myself.

Signed,

A Dutchman who has never had to deal with large bugs in any capacity before ever.

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u/RadiantMenderbug 2d ago

In Hawaii the cockroaches are about 2" long and can fly

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u/_tiddysaurus_ 2d ago

Also in apartments in NYC. They're included in the rent.

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u/rayshmayshmay 2d ago

Everybody gangsta till the wings come out

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u/Gary-Fuckin-Oak 2d ago

Ugh. Fucking cockroaches that fly are the goddamn worst.

See it on the wall, take a panic swing and miss, and the fucker flys across the room.

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u/_MrDomino 2d ago

See it on the wall, take a panic swing and miss, and the fucker flys across the room to your shoulder.

Fixed.

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u/alcoholiccheerwine 2d ago

Thanks I’m gonna have nightmares now

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u/zincbottom 2d ago

Years ago a roach dropped down on me when I tried to open the restroom door. Never saw where it flew off to. After I finished my business, went back to tell my friend about the horrible encounter. Dude pointed at my shoulder. The roach was on me the whole fucking time. From then on I always check doors when I open them lol.

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u/Antrikshy 2d ago

Why do I keep reading these?

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u/Inkthinker 2d ago

Ah, the Florida Woods Cockroach, colloquially known as the Palmetto Bug. It's a roach about 3-4cm long that likes to fly DIRECTLY AT YOUR FACE AHHHHHGGGG. Also they spray when alarmed so it makes for a unique roach stink. Mmmmm, Florida. It's like a moist Australia.

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u/fapping_giraffe 2d ago

When I lived in Panama I saw one of those for the first time. We torched it with hairspray and a lighter. Absolutely terrifying

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u/crimsoncoug360 2d ago

Reminds of the first time I saw a cockroach fly. Fuuuuuck that

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u/octobong 2d ago

Hovercrab

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u/RedHeadGeekGrl 2d ago

Dammit. Take an award for that.

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u/Dainiad 2d ago

And my axe!

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u/TheEngineer19203 Didn't Expect It 2d ago

And my sword!

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u/MuffinSlow 2d ago

Id give you an arrow, but it's still in my knee

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u/punkamania101 2d ago

Crabicopter 🚁🦀

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u/T3m0xx 2d ago

Helicrabter

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u/ablizzardofdinner 2d ago

Although crabs live in water, not all crabs can swim. Crabs are amphibious animals and can move through the water. Only a few crab species have the ability to swim. The majority of them move through the ocean floor by walking or running. Certain species like blue crab found in the Atlantic coast display swimming. They use their improved rear legs to swim as they are shaped like paddles.

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u/ImWhatTheySayDeaf 2d ago

Unsubscribe from crab facts please

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u/bob_fossill User Editable 2d ago

Never

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u/PM-me-Gophers 2d ago

And that's why I don't like cricket.

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u/Met76 2d ago

Giant tropical centipedes share their territories with tarantulas. Despite it's impressive length, it's a nimble navigator, and some can be highly venomous. As quick as lightning, just like the tarantula it's killing, the centipede has two curved hollow fangs which inject paralyzing venom. Even tarantulas aren't immune from an ambush. This centipede is a predator...

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u/GonnaCorrectGrammar 2d ago

You've been subscribed to Cat Facts!

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u/The-J-StandsForJiant 2d ago

What happened to cat facts?

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u/CallMeCoolBreeze 2d ago

Fact: Cats love belly rubs... until they don’t.

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u/Pants_R_Overatd 2d ago

Perfect description

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u/ltwerewolf 2d ago edited 2d ago

subscribe from crab facts please

Certainly, sir! Did you know the corpse of Amelia Earhart's was found ripped to shreds on an island? The culprits were hundreds of coconut crabs, which can smell blood over 2 miles away.

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u/chewymilk02 2d ago

I don’t know if crab facts is vetting their crab research here….

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u/PCsNBaseball 2d ago

The crabs aren't what killed her, but they most likely ate her. This theory hasn't been 100% proven, but all the evidence is STRONGLY pointing towards her crash landing near an island and surviving a short time on said island before dying and being eaten by massive coconut crabs.

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u/GourangaPlusPlus 2d ago

This was just their first act of aggression, a warning shot across the bows we failed to heed

Now, the crabs march for war

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u/DigNitty 2d ago

I read the first line as “although crab lives matter” and thought oh here we go on some weird racist crab post

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u/BestFrenzy 2d ago edited 2d ago

All lives matter. Don’t be so shellfish.

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u/helldeskmonkey 2d ago

You must really be floundering if that’s the best you can do.

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u/pennomi 2d ago

Sea? This is why we can't have nice things.

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u/CascadiaBrowncoat 2d ago

Now we're just fishing for bad puns

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u/mwilliams7187 2d ago

I never understood how these comment chains pop up randomly. Always seems so orcastrated

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u/Wwdiner 2d ago

You did that on porpoise

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u/greenday1304 2d ago

Crabs are people!

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u/zCiver 2d ago

Legit or Quit!

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u/DuckyFreeman 2d ago

Craaab people craaab people

Taste like crab, talk like people

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u/Jukebox_Villain 2d ago

We live in a weird timeline where you could reasonably expect to see anti-crab rhetoric on Reddit, and further, not be entirely sure if the person is joking....

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u/Morbelius 2d ago

Funnily learned about this the other week in carcinology class, which is exactly the class i'm taking as I write this comment (biology student)

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u/Smeggaman 2d ago

Funny that carcinology is about crabs but carcinogens are cancer and the zodiac sign cancer is a 🦀♋

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u/Willfishforfree 2d ago

Yup and sometimes I catch them holding onto midwater spinners and spoons when spin fishing. cheeky wee bastards so they are.

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u/ittimjones 2d ago

Another interesting fact is that their pincers can reach nearly every part of their body, so the only safe place to hold one is where those rear paddle legs connect to their body. Gently holding the front part of the body with a foot with closed toed shoes on is an easy way to approach grabbing in this manner.

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u/Child_of_the_Abyss 2d ago

Crustacean aviation

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u/cephalopodoverlords 2d ago

Causing devastation to every nation

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u/freefaller3 2d ago

Jesus may be the only salvation.

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u/d8rren 2d ago

Boil 'em up to prevent starvation

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u/depthninja 2d ago

Butter them up pre-mastication.

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u/Spastic_Slapstick 2d ago

Crackin' them open causes major frustration

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u/Reddit_User404 2d ago

We are the pinnacle of retardation.

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u/i-dont-like-men 2d ago

Though it inspires inspiration.

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u/TapDancingAssassin 2d ago

Jesse, James

Team Rocket blasting off at the speed of light Surrender now or prepare to fight

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u/blahhlabblah 2d ago

To denounce the evils of truth and love

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u/Jdmcdona 2d ago

And extend our reach to the stars above

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u/Apprehensive-Wank 2d ago

This is almost certainly reversed.

Paging u/gifreversingbot

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u/gibmiser 2d ago

Yup, you can tell by the debris the crab is kicking up as it runs on the sea floor.

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u/Show_Me_Your_Bunnies 2d ago

That and suddenly it moves like a crab as opposed to a Linda Blair stunt double.

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u/Crafty_Enthusiasm_99 2d ago

Also makes sense how the cameraman could chase the crab vs the crab chase them while they swim backwards.

Why doesn't the crab just sink down, rather than swim down though

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u/Gorrito 2d ago

Sinking is very slow, not good if a predator is actively swimming towards you.

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u/TractorLoving 2d ago

That cover song being played backwards made my entire night hahahaha

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u/katapad 2d ago

It's by Me First and the Gimme Gimme's. They did a lot of rock covers.

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u/Idontwanttobebread 2d ago

Backwards music sounds like a naruto op

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u/BombastixderTeutone 2d ago

I fucking hate the internet. Filling our brains with half knowledge

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u/i_have_chosen_a_name 2d ago

Fun fact: about 1 in 15 comments you are reading on reddit right now is produced by GPT-3 like neural language networks.

Active redditors on a weekly basis will reply and interact with robots without even knowing it.

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u/nathanclingan 2d ago

This might have been posted by a bot but it certainly isn't true 😂

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u/deadspaceornot 2d ago

Fun fact: 76.82% of statistics are made up

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u/Littoral_Gecko 2d ago

Fun fact: 14 in 15 statistics you see on Reddit are made up.

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u/BombastixderTeutone 2d ago

Source?

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u/DeadSpaceGb 2d ago

No need I think you just spoke to one ;)

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u/camdoodlebop 2d ago

and technology will only make it harder to tell what’s real

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u/relddir123 2d ago

You’re right…but it’s still weird when reversed

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u/soccerperson 2d ago

I think it's also sped up a tad, which is why it still looks weird

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u/Bergie31 2d ago

Yeah, slowed it down by 50% and now it looks natural.

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u/The_Queef_of_England 2d ago

I don't know. It's swimming backwards, then lands and then runs backwards. Do they do that? Why is it paddling so furiously to go backwards?

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u/DannyCozart 2d ago

Probably trying to get away from the land monster with the camera

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u/dsisb 2d ago

Because some giant creature is chasing it

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u/BananaDick_CuntGrass 2d ago

Look at the dirt. The crab leaves a normal trail of disturbed dirt when reversed. In the OP video, the dirt gets disturbed before the crab even gets there, which is impossible.

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u/iUsedtoHadHerpes 2d ago

Well in this version, all the sand that kicks up around it sucks up in a vacuum when it takes off and then immediately settles into what appears to be a recently undisturbed sea floor.

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u/bdubb24 2d ago

It definitely is. You can see the sediment being kicked up in front of the crab in the original

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u/Neutral0814 2d ago edited 2d ago

And here's the original vid: https://youtu.be/oV6sLyMZiBE?t=40

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u/Celestial_Apollo 2d ago

Also, the cameraman is swimming backwards without having his flippers in view which would be rather difficult to say the least

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u/andyazel 2d ago

Why isn’t this the top comment?

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u/Hands41 2d ago

Autobots…roll out

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u/Child_of_the_Abyss 2d ago

Definitely a Decepticon

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u/gopher1409 2d ago

Awww yeah, the new Beast Wars is looking sweet!

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u/_DONT_PANIC_42_ 2d ago

Decepticrab

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u/Goodotic_chaos 2d ago

Exactly what I thought. Dude even transformed before taking off!

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u/kevinxb 2d ago

Gotta fold in the claws for hydrodynamics

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u/russellvt 2d ago

Me First and the Gimme Gimmes!

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u/powertripp82 2d ago

Hadn’t thought of them in years. One of the best concerts I’ve ever attended

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u/Peter_Panarchy 2d ago

They're touring this fall with Flogging Molly!

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u/omgitsjagen 2d ago

Have you seen the footage of when they were hired to do 7th inning stretches at a few baseball games? The crowds were not ready for their greatness, lol. I would have lost my shit if I could have baseball and MFATGG at the same time.

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u/The_gaping_donkey 2d ago

Glad I'm not the only one to get excited about that. Love em

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u/ARM_vs_CORE 2d ago

Never thought I'd see the day when a random punk cover band would be at the top of /r/all

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u/omgitsjagen 2d ago

To be fair, they are the CCR of punk cover bands. An absolute super group.

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u/bizzyj93 2d ago

Seriously lol Fat Mike, Spike Slawson, Joey Cape, and Dave Raun aren’t just a couple of names. They’re huge

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u/lagwagonlead 2d ago

The punk band hardly anyone has heard of but everyone will absolutely love if they ever saw them live.

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u/SirDrinkssalot 2d ago

Came to the comments for this. Thank you

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u/2Darky 2d ago

The video is reversed, all the mud in the water is reversed too!

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u/hi_i_like_fire 2d ago

Evolve to crab-bird

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u/ThePrevailer 2d ago

I mean, everything keeps evolving into crabs. Why not birds?

https://youtu.be/wvfR3XLXPvw

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u/Gone_Mads 2d ago

They fly now?

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u/hewboy 2d ago

They fly now!

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u/Weekly-Membership135 2d ago

Uhh... what's the song?

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u/schleepercell 2d ago

Punk Rock super group cover band called Me First and the Gimme Gimmes covering R Kelly's I Believe I Can Fly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ET5tBGFYfrg

Members of the band include NOFX lead singer/bass player Fat Mike and at the time this was recorded Foo Fighters lead guitar player Chris Shiflett

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u/killahgrag 2d ago

Their whole catalogue of albums is fantastic. Each one has a theme to the choices of songs they cover. My favorite is "Are a Drag" and it is all showtunes.

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u/82Rellik 2d ago

Nightmare fuel!

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u/Vilkro 2d ago

"The world upside needs me"

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u/BonBon666 2d ago

Unexpected Me First and the Gimme Gimmes!