I saw this dad of a family getting chased by a butcher claiming the dad was an octopus. Unsure if I saw an octopus, the dad looked legit to me even if he kept waving his arms around and throwing things off the shelves.
@Sacanez, took me a second
@Sacanez, sounds like the deadliest catch of a dad I've ever heard of
I don't believe any of these stories
*Repeatedly presses X to doubt*
@QuinnB, Octupi are on camera escaping tanks to raid other tanks when keepers aren't looking, so believe it
@QuinnB, Some are probably made up, but octopi are crazy intelligent, the only one that is far fetched is the last one
@QuinnB, YouTube will make you believe if you want to or not
@QuinnB, No they're quite intelligent but can still be easily outsmarted, in my experience. Used to set out traps to catch them that were tubes with a large entrance and a tiny "exit" in them. They like to live in these because they have the opening and an escape route. Thing is there's a certain size you have to make it so they'll believe they can escape, but just barely won't fit through. Otherwise they'll just take the bait and leave. So they're smart in that respect of knowing how to survive and obtain food from humans.
Octopi and similar aquatic fish are the distant relativas of Cthulhu and his star-spawn. So, they are gifted with many peculiar things no other known ocean dwelling creatures have. This is true of all children of the great priest Cthulhu, whom lays dreaming in death-like sleep within the sunken city of R'lyeh at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. Most believe this as pure fiction. But in truth, the terror of all things concerning the existence of the Other Gods is far closer to real than reality itself. Be thankful we remain whole-fully ignorant to it.
Most of these seem plausible except the last one. Octopuses are very intelligent compared to other animals but nowhere close to us
The last one is stupid, cute story but no matter how smart they may be octopi don't understand the concept of drawing.. also yes I'm very fun at parties
This is why I keep warning people of the great Cephalopod Uprising. Our days as the dominant species are numbered. These clever f*ckers are going to take us out!
Basically the octopus from finding dory
And that concludes this episode of Stories That Probably Never Really Happened.
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I've seen a group of octopuses steal a giant catfish from a group of squid before. The squid weren't happy at all, they literally had one go and massacre the entire group of octopuses on its own. Then it competed in turf wars