🔥 If dogs lived in the ocean🔥
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🔥 If dogs lived in the ocean🔥
therris5
2013
1 week ago

“Hey hey hey hey. Pet me”

Weaseldances
1348
1 week ago

Been diving with the grey seals around the Farnes. Had a few seals come up behind me out of the kelp and grab a fin. When I turned around they'd hang in the water looking innocently off in the other direction, EXACTLY what my old black lab used to do after attacking the back of my slipper. Also had a seal give me a full on cuddle while nuzzling my mask.

metastasis_d
537
1 week ago

Sea lions in the Galapagos stole my wife's dive cap and played keep-away with us. Also played with our bubbles. Probably the most fun dive I've ever been on.

BackToBackflip
264
1 week ago

More sea lion/seal stories, please

cortesoft
230
1 week ago

Dove with sea lions a few times near the Channel Islands... super friendly. Gave me a scare a few times when they would swim quickly across my vision... a large underwater creature coming out of the murky water is always a fright.

Come right up to you, looking in your eyes and getting really close to your face - like from all angles, upside down etc..

Also, they realllly stink

MaydayMaydayMoo
85
1 week ago

They stink? TIL.

MarineOG
152
1 week ago

Yes, like a wet dog that has never been bathed covered in fish, with a hint of ammonia thrown in. Their poop is especially pungent.

No_Eulogies_for_Bob
91
1 week ago

In San Fran you can smell the sea lions of Pier 39 from blocks away.

Smegma_Sommelier
98
1 week ago

You sure that’s not just all the shit on the sidewalks?

No_Eulogies_for_Bob
35
1 week ago

Lol it gets worse than normal. It smells like fishy wet dog.

_bumpumper
1
1 week ago

Hold on, let me grab my poop map

jthawks
1
1 week ago

Shit composed of dead of rotten fish is definitely the smelliest shit.

CoconutCyclone
8
1 week ago

La Jolla (San Diego suburb.) has a seal/bird shit smell season. The entire town just gets destroyed by it.

Rapptap
12
1 week ago

Wet dog x1000

Brook420
1
1 week ago

How... How do you smell them underwater?

cortesoft
3
1 week ago

When you surface and they surface next to you, because they are super curious. Also, they love to sun on rocks and boats, so I have smelled them there, too.

KoalaTeaGuaranteed
136
1 week ago

Not a sea lion, and not me lol

My dad used to dive. One time something was wrong with his partner, having a coughing fit or something. He headed towards him, then an otter appeared and grabbed both sides of his mask and stared him in the face for a little bit, checking him out. His partner was laughing because my dad didn’t notice the otter had hitched a ride, holding onto his tanks

BackToBackflip
9
1 week ago

I have a new request: more otter stories, please

metastasis_d
47
1 week ago

On the islands they're everywhere. At night the come onto the sidewalks and gazebos and benches and take over. For naps.

Smoked_Bear
29
1 week ago

The resident sea lions off the coast of La Jolla, CA will frolic in the water with you. I’ve had numerous encounters with them, swimming along side you, blowing bubbles underneath you, and just having a good time in the water. Seem to really enjoy barking back and forth with you, while lounging on the rocks in the sun. They aren’t big on being touched though.

nspectre
15
1 week ago

That's because Humans smell like dried manatees.

Earwaxsculptor
6
1 week ago

x1000

dvaunr
2
1 week ago

They aren’t big on being touched though.

That's because they're wild animals and you shouldn't be touching them.

Smoked_Bear
4
1 week ago

This. After seeing their teeth and how they can chomp a big fish in half no problem, I’m sure they wouldn’t think twice about taking your hand off.

dvaunr
3
1 week ago

I was honestly getting pissed off reading a lot of these comments. Obviously you can't always avoid wildlife. Sometimes they'll approach you and you don't have much choice but to interact with them. But you shouldn't be seeking out these interactions. They're wild animals, they can and will fuck you up, sometimes for no reason.

Just look at recent bison incidents in Yellowstone and Theodore Roosevelt National Parks. Both of them recently had bison "attacks" because people were being idiots around them. And that's just two places, there's almost daily stories any more of people being idiots around animals because they refuse to accept how dangerous the animals are.

Pups_the_Jew
18
1 week ago

Did you hear about the one that used to be married to Heidi Klum?

Undiscriminatingness
1
1 week ago

ISN'T THAT CRAZY?

peepalapeep
-3
1 week ago

That's racist

five_chickens
5
1 week ago

It was the spring of 99'. Wasn't nothin in particular about the year until that day. The kids was goin to school. Little Billy would sit out by that lonesome rock off Jerfferson road. After I got back from the general store to pick up the paper and neared my picket fence with the cracked white paint I seen something out in the distance. A large murder of crows in numbers I ain't seen before. Now Strange thing was even though they was so far away I felt as if they was staring deep into my soul. A sense of dread overtook me. I continued into my home when I noticed the shelf to the right that keeps my wife's and I wedding photo or whatever memory of love we might have had, was on the floor. Me being a man of sense I reached for my holster to grab my piece. "Aaaaye! Anybody in here? Now I ain't the violent type but I also ain't the type to not shoot. You come on out with your hands up now you hear". I felt eyes on me wherever I went. I started hearing creaking from upstairs. As I made my way up, the sense of sorrow overcame me. I entered my room and looked around. Ain't nothin in there. I sat on my bed. Put my hands over my eyes. "I must be tired" I thought. The lack of sleep and wondering what comes next for my farm and the last few years of drought have really done numbers on me. Then at that moment, crows stop crowing, the wind stopped blowing, the clocks stop ticking. The room grew silent. I looked up to the devil himself. A man as tall as a bear but cloaked in shadow. I reached for my gun and shot off a few clip. Nothing. Then out of nowhere, crashing through my window, a hero appeared. Caped and a mask covering his eyes with an "S" on his chest. I heard about him from the TV.
"SUPER SEAL!?" I exclaimed. Flippin and slapping the shadow figure. POW, BANG, KACHINGA! super seal gave him the right flipper and then the left flipper. Out of what I can only say is fear, the shadow man vanished into thin air. "Thank you Super Seal. Ya saved this old fools life." Super seal just looked at me clapped his fins together and boldly gave me an "Arf". Flew away back out the window and never looked back. That's a day I will never forget.

beatleguize
6
1 week ago

A large murder of crows in numbers I ain't seen before.

A large murder of crows in numbers I ain't never seed before.

Come on now, stay in character.

Undiscriminatingness
1
1 week ago

^ ^ ^ This guy knows his Jethro's.

Monkitail
6
1 week ago

I know a guy who dove with loose seals, got his hand bite clean off.

RugelBeta
0
1 week ago

He was hooked on them -- loved loose seals.

YoUpvowt
69
1 week ago

Oh lawwd now I wanna get my scuba license just to be pet by those HydroPuppies

metastasis_d
13
1 week ago

You should.

idwthis
3
1 week ago

Same. My SO already has his and has all the gear, and has been trying to talk me into trying it out. Farthest I've gotten is trying out the breathing thingamajig while standing in our nice and dry living room lmao I love the water, don't get me wrong, but the idea of having many feet of water above and below me and murky water I won't be able to see well in, especially since I don't wear contacts and have wear glasses, along with the fear of the tank springing a leak and yadda yadda yadda, it just sends my anxiety through the roof.

YoUpvowt
4
1 week ago

Lol that’s damn true but I’m afraid I’ll panic and I’ll be sent thro the roof

burst_bagpipe
3
1 week ago

My sister tried it but they got the weight balance wrong and was more heavily weighed down on one side so all she could do was turn in circles. Add that to the fact that she found breathing in the mask so unnatural that It totally freaked her out and she has had a fear of scuba diving ever since.

chewinchawingum
7
1 week ago

One of the best experiences of my life was Galapagos sea lions swimming right up to me and blowing their own bubbles right in my face, then darting away. And then coming back to do it again.

gillianishot
3
1 week ago

Maybe it was trying to communicate with you.

squanch-you
2
1 week ago

Sea lions in the Galapagos stole my wife

Same

lil_dovie
11
1 week ago

YOU ARE LUCKY! Would love to have experienced that!

EdwardCooper
2
1 week ago

I was about to say that this sea lion reminds me of a lab or retriever, lol

yncimbb
1
1 week ago

That is a cool story! Would they ever bite you, even if playfully?

Weaseldances
3
1 week ago

Not heard of it happening. The diving and snorkeling trips tend to be run after the breeding season when they don't have young pups so the seals aren't aggressive at all. Funnily enough I was bitten on the foot by a pup when I was younger but that was because I didn't see it until I almost stood on it.

UnluckyTiger15
194
1 week ago
Bigbeneli
48
1 week ago
MiddleMobile
14
1 week ago

/r/sealionsex it's a bit cuddly but its quite popular

Catgirlspacethrows69
38
1 week ago

Excuse me what

ProfoundNinja
8
1 week ago

You have sea lions on land?

aberon34681
39
1 week ago

yeah, we call them dogs.

Captain_Afghanistan
5
1 week ago

Yup, they're called land sea lions.. and I tame them

DingoDave15
104
1 week ago

Seals are the ocean's dogs

leongxoxo
152
1 week ago

In dutch we call them zeehonden what is translated in seadogs

jiba-kurei
137
1 week ago

In German we call them Seehund which also means sea dog 🤜🤛

StevenMcphearson
133
1 week ago

In English we call them seals. Which doesn’t mean sea dogs I think.

Gemini00
88
1 week ago

In English it means a device or substance that is used to join two things together so as to prevent them from coming apart or to prevent anything from passing between them.

Or so I'm told.

IAMA_ALIEN
76
1 week ago

The two things joined together in this case are the sea and a dog. English is such a poetic language.

bipnoodooshup
18
1 week ago

This reminds me of Calvin and Hobbes

Edit: forgot an e

joshandhisnikon
7
1 week ago

In my native language (Squamish) we call them asxw pronounced ah-ss-xw and the story is that the great flood came and our ancestors had to flea their homes, some going to the sea and becoming seals and some to the mountains becoming bears. They're more like sea bears in our stories.

StevenMcphearson
2
1 week ago

That’s epic.

nelg
5
1 week ago

Moonchild, open the seventh seal.

talkingtunataco501
1
1 week ago

I have never called them duct tapes.

orange_lazarus1
27
1 week ago

I think it means Kiss from a Rose if I'm not mistaken.

OAbsalom
8
1 week ago

Ah, a user of culture I see.

orange_lazarus1
3
1 week ago

Lazarus, our chariot awaits!

metastasis_d
1
1 week ago

Crazy

pureconfussion
5
1 week ago

Brrrrrailliant!!!!

crazyfingersculture
5
1 week ago

It's short for sea lion. ... which is ........ ok.

Tortoisehead1259
3
1 week ago

I think thought across the pond you called them seacunts?

Aramor42
1
1 week ago

Well, in Dutch and German it does...

polacco
1
1 week ago

it translates to glorified murder soldier, actually

earthboundmissfit
0
1 week ago

😂

bles5ed
3
1 week ago

In Bahasa we call them anjing laut which also literally translates to sea dog

felixenfeu
10
1 week ago

And pitbull are land seal

Elehhhhna
6
1 week ago

If overfed, hippo.

talkingtunataco501
3
1 week ago
MordelDeBerde
6
1 week ago

Mr world wide?

wardsac
2
1 week ago

Mr 305?

PmYourWittyAnecdote
1
1 week ago

Na, sharks are.

StephenShaw312
1
1 week ago

Great, I love both land dogs and ocean dogs, haha

meme_master235
7
1 week ago

Ok I’ll pet you

_bufflehead
1
1 week ago

How can I crack this open so I can eat it? : )

EgocentricRaptor
1
1 week ago
StephenShaw312
1
1 week ago

So lovely, this is the article that made my day

my1clevernickname
1
1 week ago

This is why it’s important to socialize your seal from young, that seal should know to sit and wait for pets.

Lintir
1
1 week ago

That is the real question did he pet him It’s doggie undercover 🌹🥰

Roarkyuubi1
773
1 week ago

I would not be comfortable with anything being that close to my breathing gear

starkrocket
309
1 week ago

I remember seeing a video of a diver playing (?) with an octopus that was like... suction cupping their breathing gear and that’s a big ole nope for me.

elitist_ferret
83
1 week ago

I had a tiny squid do that to me. I let it because I knew I could over power it.

super_common_name
117
1 week ago

What if it knew Kung Fu?

elitist_ferret
61
1 week ago

I'd hire him to "wrestle" Japanese prostitutes on pornhub

muricaa
15
1 week ago

Do go on ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

btadeus
2
1 week ago

Like Neo in the Matrix?

Succulentship
2
1 week ago

Happy cake day

super_common_name
2
1 week ago

Thank you! You were my only Happy Cake Day and it strangely meant a lot.

champagneinmexico2
2
1 week ago

What if it had a gun?

Kpt_Kipper
3
1 week ago

Once they succ on to you though good luck with that my friend

RSmeep13
1
1 week ago

you'd be shocked. a tiny octopus smaller than your fist could overpower an average man underwater.

edups-401
2
1 week ago

Are you saying this because you know it or because you heard it?

RSmeep13
2
1 week ago

I read it in a book about octopuses.

elitist_ferret
2
1 week ago

What book... because we both know you totally made that shit up. Having actually played with octopuses I can assure you they do not have super strength. Also this is a weird flex lie since we were talking about squids. They are an entirely different animal.

Don't take my word for it. Go check the many, many YouTube videos of people playing with them. You will see even adult giant octapuses are easily manhandled.

RSmeep13
1
1 week ago

It was The Soul of an Octopus by Sy Montgomery. Even a simple Google search would show you that octopuses have incredible grip strength.

elitist_ferret
1
1 week ago

no they don't. Source: have held and handled octopuses. You can very easily get away from one should you want to and if they wrap around them you just remove them one tentacle at a time. FFS your source is

"Deep Intellect' about her friendship with a sensitive, sweet-natured octopus named Athena and the grief she felt at her death. "

Lol that's your source? You're an idiot. If you were talking like a humbolt squid or something then yes it would be quite hard to escape from a 100lb squid with hooks in it's tenticles. A full grown octopus is easy to fight off though. Literally tons of videos on youtube displaying this.

An octopus the size of your hand? Guess how I can tell you're not a diver and have no idea what you are talking about. The only hand sized octopus that could hurt a person would be the blue ring octopus and that's because it's venomous as shit.

note the amazing lack of super strength

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

Guess how many deaths are on record? zero.

Please stop making things up and spreading misinformation on the internet.

And this is the lul of the night:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cephalopod_attack

In the 1960s, divers would willingly grapple octopuses in octopus wrestling, a then-popular sport in coastal United States.

RSmeep13
1
1 week ago

I actually am a diver, would you like to see my padi card? It's in my wallet. But that's completely irrelevant. I was just repeating something I remembered from a book. (It's a fantastic book by the way, you seem passionate about octopuses, so it's definitely worth a read). Why are you being so weirdly accusatory? Look, if the fact I was repeating was wrong, take it up with the author whose book I read, not me. Why are you so fucking angry about octopuses? Stop responding to me. You're making me uncomfortable.

elitist_ferret
0
1 week ago

That's not true at all

RobLoach
70
1 week ago

Through Scuba training, you learn to get your regulator back and clear it. No problems, and sea doggo will help you!

UlrichZauber
11
1 week ago

I've had my reg knocked out on many occasions, it's no big. But it's always humans that have done it to me, gotta watch out for them!

TreAwayDeuce
9
1 week ago

Humans are the worst of all sea creatures.

crazyfingersculture
46
1 week ago

Not that I disagree, but the diver appears to be 10 ft or so below water with the amount of sunlight refracting. If there was a mishap they could go right up.

[deleted]
32
1 week ago

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crazyfingersculture
7
1 week ago

Slow down on the mescaline my friend.

jaspersgroove
11
1 week ago

No that’s definitely a thing. Any post with a big dog will have comments like that, especially if it’s a breed with a bad reputation.

TreAwayDeuce
6
1 week ago

Like Labradors. Those fuckers are pure evil.

redditsagrandoltime
2
1 week ago
FiveDollarMatt
2
1 week ago

If something were to happen a diver can actually slowly exhale one breath as they ascend from any open water diving depth due to the pressure around them decreasing and allowing the air in their lungs to expand. I always thought that was interesting.

Fenix_Volatilis
13
1 week ago

From my understanding, you have good reason. I read on another post with a seal that sometimes they'll take a flipper, sometimes theyll take more important stuff cus it's not like they know we need it to breathe lol

Ceres73
12
1 week ago

Nah, it's safe. They'd seriously struggle to take anything, and in general they just tend to chew on things to inspect it. There's nothing vital they can really interact with unless they grow thumbs.

If you suddenly found yourself without air 10m underwater, just drop your weight belt.

Fenix_Volatilis
3
1 week ago

Things to remember that I will hopefully never need lol

Dick_Joustingly
4
1 week ago

There's always the backup line

sarcastisism
5
1 week ago

Sneaky bastards been farting into your backup line before tugging on the main one.

NinjaRaptor18
753
1 week ago

Every time I see a gif of an intelligent ocean animal hanging out with humans my first thought is always "okay but what is it actually doing?"

Wenli2077
421
1 week ago

If they are intelligent then just being curious and checking them out. If they aren't smart then I would wonder what biological function it's trying to perform

kbarney345
190
1 week ago

Second half looks like homie trying to give that diver the wet dick willy or open him like a clam and eat

agentMICHAELscarnTLM
18
1 week ago

I notice you have lots of upvotes but no replies. I just want to take a moment to thank you for this comment and let you know I truly laughed out loud while reading it waiting for my sandwich in a Wawa.

kbarney345
4
1 week ago

Well I'm laughing just as much with ya then thanks for the message you enjoy the samich

SpaceOctopi
3
1 week ago

What's a Wawa?

TooTallThomas
5
1 week ago

It’s is a store/gas station chain. I live on the east coast of the US, so that also might be costal thing

busty_phil_phucks
2
1 week ago

Is it just a jersey thing? I'm in NY and we don't have any

agentMICHAELscarnTLM
3
1 week ago

Prevalent in NJ, DE, PA, MD, VA & FL but yes they do dominate NJ.

Telandria
3
1 week ago

“Hey. Hey you. You got something stuck on your face. Imma help get it off.”

RaptorRex20
64
1 week ago

Most of the time the less intelligent ones to my knowledge are just figuring out if you're food, or if you're a cleaner fish, or something they can hide on/in.

uwotmate1919
49
1 week ago

I saw some YouTube video about this fish which comes up and swims around people and rubs against them, and it was because they really liked the warmth

Tortoise_of_Death
59
1 week ago

Yea that’s what they want you to think. They are really just perverts.

Heavenansidhe
7
1 week ago

I mean perverts do like the warmth

RobbieTIME
2
1 week ago

Or the cold

CeleryStickBeating
9
1 week ago

"Wonder if I can eat this?" or "Will this impress my crush?"

NotSoSlenderMan
1
1 week ago

Then there are dolphins which are considered smart and are also known to try and perform biological functions around humans.

spicybuttholenachos
68
1 week ago

"Friend. Freind. New friend. Sharks nearby. Look we gotta leave.. seriously sharks. Bro."

selectiveyellow
10
1 week ago

diver gives shark pats

"Dude, you hit bottom or something? You hitting the puffer? Like okay, I'll appreciate your wake from up here, enjoy. Seriously let's go, no joke, your new friend has too many teeth."

RechargedFrenchman
66
1 week ago

In the case of the seal here? Exactly what the same behaviour in a dog would be, though probably with less understanding due to less inter-species interaction historically, seals not being domestic animals, and all the necessary equipment for humans to function at all let alone kind of effectively underwater for long periods.

Most of the time regardless of the animal it’s a combination of:

What are you?

Are you food?

Am I food?

And for more intelligent animals:

Will you provide food?

Can I do something to get food?

———————

The more intelligent the further down the list they get; the more predatory (relative to humans) the higher up the list they’ll stay; and the more skittish naturally the more likely they start with “Am I food?” at the top and then go through the list as normal. So a shark will likely not be super scared of people, because we’re small and gangly, but they will be curious as to what we are and if we’re food. After realizing we’re not food (or at least not good food) they tend to stop caring pretty quick though some species/individuals will still stay curious after.

bstair626_6
42
1 week ago

My dumb ass read "Am I food" and thought, damn, that's a smart animal to have an existential crisis like that.

...then I made the proper connections via context clues.

Kirby420_
14
1 week ago

Don't forget that one video of the mother seal trying to teach the driver how to eat a fish.

So another for your list; do you need food?

hilarymeggin
12
1 week ago

*penguins. She was feeding him penguins!

Kurayamino
8
1 week ago

A leopard seal brought him live penguins, then maimed ones, and eventually dead ones after figuring he was too gimpy to catch even munted penguins.

750 pounds of apex predator. It's like a tiger deciding you need to learn how to tiger.

FrellingToaster
28
1 week ago

I don’t know if this particular seal has enough socialization with humans to seek it specifically, but seals socialized to humans sometimes seek head pets because their ears are FULL of worms. All wild pinnipeds have ears just stuffed full of parasites.

selectiveyellow
17
1 week ago

I'm starting to see why we left.

FrellingToaster
2
1 week ago

Yeah, I also heartily approve of this whole hands-with-opposable-thumbs business we’ve got going on. MUCH easier to remove parasites. I don’t need no barnacle acne just cause the freeloaders know I can’t reach my face.

Herr_Gamer
1
1 week ago

Jesus Christ

BluudLust
1
1 week ago

Probably the same thing your cat does..

mykillercookies
1
1 week ago

This man is just like a dog! Just wants all you love and attention

Balenciaga7
1
1 week ago

So how do you know they’re intelligent?

msmith721
405
1 week ago

When he knocks off his regulator, nature gonna get real lit, real quick.

LoadedAmerican
170
1 week ago

There’s a video out there of a guy playing with an eel when suddenly it bites his thumb off, so I wouldn’t be surprised.

mayerpotatohead
112
1 week ago
BigBolognaSandwich
77
1 week ago

Lol. Teaching eels that hands have food.

novacham
67
1 week ago

Thumb shaped food. Looked like they were feeding them hot dogs, which look like fingers!

ilovemrhandsome
5
1 week ago

I was given some food to feed some parrotfish. I first dropped the bits which they eagerly ate. But when I tried to get them to eat from my hand, one took a nab at my finger. It couldn't tell the difference from my hand to the food.

snaftyroot
36
1 week ago

by feeding them food that look like fingers

Astronaut_Chicken
55
1 week ago

I'm gonna have to take your word on it, Chief. I am not gonna watch any thumbs coming off TUHDAY.

spbelky
41
1 week ago

That link is gonna stay blue for me dog

Crown_Cran
19
1 week ago

Well it's like 7 minutes long don't worry you don't see shit in at least the first 2 minutes

muricaa
18
1 week ago

You don’t really see the thumb being bitten off but you do see some pretty gruesome after photos and surgical photos. The guy now has a toe for his thumb (first toe next to the big fella) and only four toes on his left foot. Looks like it works pretty well they showed a video of him playing PlayStation and grabbing things though I’m sure he’d prefer the thumb he gave up as an eel snack. Nice of him to do that and all, I’m sure the eel enjoyed it but for me I would have just stayed in the boat.

wackgyllenhaal
3
1 week ago

I'm now looking at my second toe, trying to imagine it as a thumb. There's just no way hahah my toes are really skinny, especially that one.

alours
2
1 week ago

It literally did it’s just a maniac

muricaa
1
1 week ago

Watch the video that’s exactly how it looks lol. He has a particularly long toe so that helps but yeah it looks pretty much how you’d think it looks. But it seems to work pretty well and that’s all that matters!

jomiran
46
1 week ago

This is one of those things that if I had not just watched it, I would not have believed it. The first half is bad enough but the second half just skyrockets into the twilight zone.

shneebs
11
1 week ago

Honestly that was just quite amazing, the foot doesn't even look fucked up after the operation and whilst the "thumb" looks weird as hell it serves its purpose.

Spencer1830
2
1 week ago

Yeah I thought "no way that's gonna work" and I don't know if I'd want a toe on my hand but hey it's functional

annaqua
3
1 week ago

Toe thumb of another dimension.

muricaa
5
1 week ago

Looks like it works pretty well. I can’t imagine how many times he’s had to tell that story when people notice his thumb is a toe.

Random stranger in a bar (beautiful woman): “OMG what is up with your thumb?? It looks like a toe.”

Dumbass Scuba Man: “Well it is a toe. My toe in fact. One day I decided it would be a good idea to hand feed a large sharp toothed eel hot dogs and the slippery fella mistook my thumb for one of his snacks. Now I have four toes on my left foot and one toe on my right hand! Yes, yes I am quite stupid.”

Random stranger: “Thats gross. Please don’t touch me.”

shredkitteh
2
1 week ago

I read this twice and cracked up both times, thanks for that! 😂

muricaa
2
1 week ago

Hahaha glad you enjoyed it. I’m happy people like this guy exist, his ilk provide endless entertainment. He was probably right back to feeding eels hot dogs once he was healed up!

standardtissue
24
1 week ago

Well how 'bout that. All those warnings about moray's were real...

lord-apple-smithe
13
1 week ago

Huh, yeah who would've thought.... Oh yeah, anyone that's dived and even seen a Moray!

megggie
10
1 week ago

You mean the snakey guys with sharp noses and pointy teeth that look like they want to bite your thumb off?

r/dontputyourthumbinthat

amgharrr
15
1 week ago

Now that’s a toe thumb

BigfootPolice
10
1 week ago

That use to happen in the oil field industry when I was a kid. My dads friend had his toe relocated to his hand so he could button his shirts and whatnot.

8604
18
1 week ago

Damn didn't realize eels also inhabited the oil fields.

lil_meme1o1
8
1 week ago

Imagine giving someone a wet willie with the toe graft

PizzaGuy420yolo
7
1 week ago

Wow I didn't realize how far along we were with being able to replace a thumb with a toe.

St3ven83
3
1 week ago

Hey! I have an idea! Let's teach this eel to eat finger shaped foods for a while, and then open an entire bag of finger shaped foods somehow, so they all float around near our hands, what could go wrong?

#runonsentencesarecool

HanktheProPAINER
2
1 week ago

Whelp no more Vidya games for that guy!

_Count_Mackula
11
1 week ago

If you watch until the end they literally show him playing video games with a controller and his toe thumb. Pretty crazy

HanktheProPAINER
3
1 week ago

Dude I definitely should've watched the entire thing before commenting but science is incredible to make his toe a thumb!

EyeBleachBot
2
1 week ago

I think someone tagged this as NSFL! Yikes!

Eye Bleach!

I am a robit.

Omelly
1
1 week ago

I would probably eat some eels to get some payback

capsaicinintheeyes
4
1 week ago

Britain: your renowned culinary prowess is needed!!

dudeCHILL013
1
1 week ago

r/killthecameraman But I'm pretty sure I saw this on discovery or animal planet or both but I'm pretty sure the divers suspect the eel got confused between the thumb and the sausages or what ever they were feeding it.

SoThisIsItMyFriends
1
1 week ago

The toe: Free at last!

DDESTRUCTOTRON
1
1 week ago

WHY WOULD THEY PUT A TOE ON HIS HAND OH MY GOD

I've seen some weird shit on the internet but what the fuck is this

I need Jesus

RolfIsSonOfShepnard
1
1 week ago

Thumbs are your most important finger. Try living 1 day without using your thumb once. It’s impossible. The thumb is probably in the eels stomach so it’s not like he can get it back since time is very important in a situation like this. You don’t need all 5 toes to walk so if you ever want to use your thumb you have to use a toe. Surgeons will chop off one (never the big toe) and stitch it on to where you thumb was and hope that you can use it when the wound heals. People have had arms attached after they were cut or ripped off so this isn’t anything brand new.

jessssssssssssssica
1
1 week ago

Wow! Thanks for linking. The finger popping off isn’t even the most interesting part of the video.

snappolli
1
1 week ago

Dude ended up having his big toe removed and grafted(or whatever the proper term is) on to where his thumb was. Looks a little awkward but surprisingly not as bad as you would think. Can use it just as well as his other thumb.

LionForest2019
1
1 week ago

It wasn’t his big toe. It was a different toe but ya.

Anewuser88
1
1 week ago

And that’s why the eels are the only thing I’m wary of in our aquarium...

LeOmeletteDuFrommage
1
1 week ago

Yo that toe thumb is fucking wacky

havereddit
1
1 week ago

The juicy bit happens at the 3' 21" mark, followed by some NSFL

Astronomer_X
20
1 week ago

I remember that story.

Divers fed the eel sausages a lot.

So guess what’s on a persons hand that kinda looks like a sausage to an eel?

rsplatpc
16
1 week ago

So guess what’s on a persons hand that kinda looks like a sausage to an eel?

Hope that eel does not come across any dudes wearing loose bathing suits

Esper589
5
1 week ago

Oof that made me cross my legs

2inchtip1inchshaft
4
1 week ago

That was an eel, imagine what this sea L I O N could do?

xcloutx
1
1 week ago

I need that link if you got it by any chance

flippityy-flopp
3
1 week ago

Here you go, I’ll just do it lol

https://youtu.be/1-hwt8LDJiA

flippityy-flopp
1
1 week ago

It’s a little above this comment linked

xcloutx
1
1 week ago

Thanks Chief

flippityy-flopp
3
1 week ago

You’re welcome. I expected it to be more explicit. But that toe thumb is insane lol

xcloutx
5
1 week ago

Foreal I think I’d rather have a stub haha

mthchsnn
2
1 week ago

Except you use your thumb for fucking everything - you can't grip or manipulate small objects without it. Think about how often you use buttons, zippers, and grab things, then try to imagine not being able to do that.

xcloutx
1
1 week ago

Idk if you watched the video but buddy ain’t doing a damn thing with that toe thumb.

mthchsnn
1
1 week ago

All you need is something to brace against your other fingers. My thumbs aren't particularly dexterous, but boy howdy do they enable my pointer and ring fingers to do their magic. No stump is going to be able to do that.

chowder11355
24
1 week ago

One of the training requirements for scuba diving is having to recover your regulator after having it ripped out of your mouth....underwater. Scary shit

Weaseldances
17
1 week ago

Had it happen. Wasn't scary at all for me (thanks to doing it so much in training) my buddy shat himself though.

msmith721
12
1 week ago

Scary just practicing, imagine the panic if you're unsupervised in the wild. I'd hate to be the guy that has to clean the poop out of my wetsuit along with my dead body.

Fenweekooo
9
1 week ago

as someone who would never swim in the ocean let alone go diving, i have a probably stupid question. To me recovering a regulator dosn't seem like that big of a deal, they are attached via a hose so it can't go too far. what makes it difficult? (in normal situations, not the kraken attacking you or something)

i would assume a full face mask with the breathing bit built in would be much tougher and result in a considerable more amount of poop leakage

AdagioBoognish
8
1 week ago

You just have to pop it back in and blow the water out of the mouth piece, but it can be terrifying if you're not expecting it. Most people are already tense when diving. My step dad had to go on a bunch of dives before getting to the point where his breathing was relaxed and calm underwater.

Fenweekooo
7
1 week ago

yeah i guess i forgot about the fact that you could just be floating along one second then completely unable to breath the next, i can see how that would be rather terrifying

[deleted]
3
1 week ago

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Fenweekooo
2
1 week ago

Makes sense

omerc10696
5
1 week ago

Took scuba diving classes in college, we had a 20-25 ft deep pool. During the final we broke up into groups of two accompanied by a proctor, and we had to perform several different things we learned during the semester. The final part of the exam was removing our masks, then removing our regulator and do buddy breathing, followed by controlled surfacing.

I really hate taking my mask off (water always rushes into my nose and I panic a bit), I had been getting used to taking my mask off without freaking out too much. During the final part of the exam I removed my mask, I panicked a bit so I took a few deep breaths to calm down and to prepare to remove my regulator, I guess the proctor got impatient and yanked the regulator out of my mouth as I was EXHALING. I started to freak out but managed to calm myself enough to wait for my partner to hand me his regulator at which point I took as many breaths as possible before handing it back to him and waiting for him to hand it back. Luckily he saw I was panicked so he would take two breaths and pass it back so I could quickly take some breaths and try to calm myself.

Ended up with a perfect score and we both got A's in the class. This was about 10 years ago, I barely remember what I learned but i still remember the feeling of almost drowning/dying (I know I wouldn't have died, but in the moment that's what it felt like).

CeleryStickBeating
1
1 week ago

I always got a kick out of the take everything off and put it on the bottom the pool exercises.

Learning how to breath straight off a tank (no regulator) and swim with it was pretty cool too.

ppw23
3
1 week ago

Yeah this cute/scary.

BBBulldog
3
1 week ago

Then he'll end up on natureismetal instagram

seamus_mc
0
1 week ago

Or you just put it back in your mouth, or use your secondary

LemongrassTofu
114
1 week ago

Idk why but when I first saw this I thought it was a gigantic rat chilling with a diver underwater and I was so confused.

Nuggetbuggit
24
1 week ago

Yeah it freaked me out at first glance, I thought it was some wierd cgi rat.

FirmBroom
3
1 week ago

It's the kelp giving the appearance of ears. I thought they discovered giant sea rats or something.

PamIllise
2
1 week ago

lol same thing here I was like wtf thats a giant rat, then I saw that there was a scuba diver so it couldnt be a rat.... I need to sleep more

HavenIess
2
1 week ago

Forget confused, I thought “Holy fuck that rat is fucking MASSIVE” and was slightly mortified

Yeahemilie
94
1 week ago

„Good boy! Who is my most favourite little diver? Yes, yes it’s you!”

Lampmonster
61
1 week ago

They're actually called sea dogs in several languages.

ChaacTlaloc
18
1 week ago

Sea wolves in Spanish.

rhyno8130
1
1 week ago

I'm pretty sure they pronounce it "lobos marinos," in Spanish.

Wes___Mantooth
6
1 week ago

Salty sea dogs?

Lampmonster
5
1 week ago

No, they're rather jovial.

Najd7
4
1 week ago

Is this a seal? Because if it is, it's called "Sea Dog" in Arabic.

Duelack
1
1 week ago

Sea lions in swedish

Lampmonster
1
1 week ago

See now that name makes no sense in any language. Just don't see it.

BenJDavis
1
1 week ago

Some regions call them that in English too. Thought it was common

queencuntpunt
45
1 week ago

"I'm not gonna leave you alone so you may as well pet me"

mickstrange
37
1 week ago
econsj
38
1 week ago

Get this thing off so I can eat you!!!

WordplayWizard
17
1 week ago

They can definitely be dangerous

capsaicinintheeyes
2
1 week ago

...you could probably make a similar list for most large animals, though, right?

bilbo20003
5
1 week ago

Treat them like you would a stray dog, if it seems friendly then it probably is but don't be surprised if it lashes out, and if it doesn't seems friendly stay away.

WordplayWizard
5
1 week ago

House cats excluded.

They’ll fuck your shit up while smiling just to watch you bleed.

kelseydorks
21
1 week ago

“PET ME, HOOMAN. I AM NICE.”

Wa11ie
14
1 week ago

Fun fact: in the Netherlands we call them ‘zeehonden’ which translates to ‘sea dogs’

74159631835741237412
3
1 week ago

In Germany we call them 'Seehunde', which translates to 'sea dogs'.

DrVeigonX
1
1 week ago

In Israel we call them 'Kalbei Yam', which translates to 'sea dogs.

Wa11ie
1
1 week ago

I thought ‘See’ in German means ‘lake’....

sbowesuk
13
1 week ago
Blawhocaresbla
8
1 week ago

Zeehond

el_cute
8
1 week ago

FML at first I thought it was a huge mouse that somehow mutated in the ocean.

CmdrZorah
8
1 week ago

I love how the seal at the beginning is like, "hello, good sir! How are you doing today?"

THIS_GUY_LIFTS
7
1 week ago

All I ever think about when I see seal videos is Seal Finger.

Peepeecheese
5
1 week ago

“Oh no! Hes trapped in all this garbage! We gotta do something!”

chillgen
4
1 week ago

If there are water dogs and land dogs then this means there must be space dogs too!?!

[deleted]
8
1 week ago

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blahdee-blah
3
1 week ago

Poor Laika. Isn’t she still up there?

Obliviously-Obvious
3
1 week ago

Over five months later, after 2,570 orbits, Sputnik 2—including Laika's remains—disintegrated during re-entry on 14 April 1958.

realbillsmith
2
1 week ago

This reminded me of a great article from a few years back.

alours
2
1 week ago

The mind flayer is back at it again

muleskinner_blues
2
1 week ago

That smile. That damn smile..

psyritual
2
1 week ago

Thanks.. Now I know the perfect pet for me when I move to Atlantis!

RedditMan129838249
2
1 week ago

Fun fact: in the Netherlands they're called zee honden, translation: sea dogs

RhythmGhost
2
1 week ago

I watched this way too many times and in my mind he's asking the diver for more bubbles. LOOL. <3

the-lack-of-wam
2
1 week ago

Fades to black So your finally awake

RedButterfree1
2
1 week ago

Evolution-wise, pinnipeds are close to the canid family, so we're not totally far off calling seals 'sea doggos' :D

D3VURshop
2
1 week ago

DIE DIE WHY DONT YOU FUCKING DIE !!!

Bigbuffchef
2
1 week ago

Fun fact about seals: They are actually extremely aggressive and are one of the oceans biggest rapist, second to dolphins.

So ye. Just think about that while watching this...

Wolf__Queen
2
1 week ago

It looks like its trying to remove your gear... not so sweet water dog...

Must be a water cat.

FortySixandTwoIsMe
2
1 week ago

Dude we gotta get this plastic off or you ded...dude dude dude seriously I’ve seen it happen to frank, we need to get this trash off of you Now!!!

nzdawghaus
2
1 week ago

cheers, I needed that

Shmolarski
2
1 week ago

Do sea lions fuck in the ocean? Cuz uh..

alours
2
1 week ago

Smh the mind flayer is back at it again

Dizzlethedude86
2
1 week ago

And they hump ur face too...awesome

_dienamight
2
1 week ago

ASMR Sea doggo: *Political handshaking* I understand you are very stressed under water. Please, let me give you a head massage. *Proceeds*

King-Of-Dirt
1
1 week ago

What a good boy

InertialEclipse
1
1 week ago

If anyone is an avid diver, can you explain why divers use these weird breathing apparatuses that look uncomfortable to hold in your mouth over just a full faced helmet?

Weaseldances
9
1 week ago

Simplicity mostly. You do get diving helmets and full face masks but they're mostly used by pro/ commercial divers. SCUBA gear is intentionally simple and therefore really, really reliable (which it needs to be). I've seen divers be sick through their reg and have it work fine. Also it only feels weird at first, you forget it's there pretty quickly.

abbsvan
5
1 week ago

I’m not certain for the real reasoning but as a diver I believe it had to do if you have an air malfunction it is a lot quicker to pull out your regulator and grab someone’s back up to put in your mouth then it would be to take a full helmet off your head as you have run out of air/had a malfunction

Selachophile
1
1 week ago

This is a really good point.

Luftwaff1es
3
1 week ago

I have never used a full face mask, but I can say that most decent regulators are not that uncomfortable, especially for a pretty standard 45-30 minute dive. The biggest reason for the in mouth system is that having a regulator you can easily remove from your mouth has a number of safety advantages;

HipiKipi
1
1 week ago

If.

PPG_Flyr
1
1 week ago

Good Boi!

MuchoMarsupial
1
1 week ago

That's a good boi, I can tell

OBV_OBG
1
1 week ago

Dog mermaid!

Fishbien
1
1 week ago

Sea doggo

nanaboostme
1
1 week ago

Those are dogs...

insomnia_owl1234
1
1 week ago
i_hate_everyone7
1
1 week ago

fucking pet me humon

Ems1309
1
1 week ago

Aww the arm patting

yetigirl00
1
1 week ago

Underwater tippy taps!

jibersins
1
1 week ago

These thing will drown you as well.

Stiniox
1
1 week ago

In dutch a seals are called "zeehond" or freely translated "seadog"

Flashjackmac
1
1 week ago

Seals are ocean-dogs and owls are sky-cats.

jiniecie
1
1 week ago

My traitorous goldendoodles spent the night with their groomer. They saw me and loved on Janet. When I spent all night crying, she danced with my dogs to Led Zeppelin and The Doors. They physically kicked her husband out of his bed- he texted me. Your big white one pushed me out! Wtf? I touched my wife and a growl came from under the covers. That was Taser. She's a chihuatever. And that black and white thing? Okay. Ziggy is cool.

extremefars
1
1 week ago

Fun fact, in Dutch they are called "sea dogs"

boogiebear123
1
1 week ago

Really beautiful, the capacity and need for love is everywhere

dentongai
1
1 week ago

I love how it’s smiling!

CannaMediae
1
1 week ago

Goat yoga, now seal scuba. Damn hippies are outta control!

bigtexnick
1
1 week ago

Yo dawg, he tryin ta steal yo mask.

billabon021
1
1 week ago

I knew those things looked like dogs.

420AdultSwim
1
1 week ago

Sea Pupper!

alours
1
1 week ago

Boom! Roasted.

Nemisis_the_2nd
1
1 week ago

Is that Mask welded to the divers Face? It didn't budge when the seal started knocking it. o.O

OffDutyHoe
1
1 week ago

True story: when I was a kid I got bit by a seal

BrayBOB3000
1
1 week ago

What do you mean if My dog has his Own fish tank

Tina090
1
1 week ago

we don t deserve dogs

Waterdooos03
1
1 week ago

Seals are called sea dogs (literally translated) in Dutch

chloeismyyorkie
1
1 week ago

I loved it!

drbudro
1
1 week ago

Sea lions are just mer-dogs.

Dansowaru
1
1 week ago

But that is ocean dog!!!

zms14
1
1 week ago

Seadewgy.

JetsFanInDenver
1
1 week ago

I am not an expert. What was the animal that dragged a little girl below sea from a pier, where the grand father had to dive and rescue the girl.

Flag-it
1
1 week ago

Glad to know the black fading screen at the end wasn’t my phone dying lol.

amygeek
1
1 week ago

I had one tugging on my air hose. It was way less adorable in that moment.

sunfistkid
1
1 week ago

It's cute until they pull out an important tube.

parkerjstevencent
1
1 week ago

At first it looked like a giant underwater rat and it freaked me out. I need chocolate now.

halesiii
1
1 week ago

BUBBLES!

IShotReagan13
1
1 week ago

I believe they are descended from the same lineage that gave rise to bears. Pretty sure I read that in either Dawkins or Coyne, but may well be mistaken.

WaycoKid1129
1
1 week ago

BUBBLES!!!

BingoBongo83
1
1 week ago

If they are the dogs who’s the cat of the seas?

Lowkey___Loki
1
1 week ago

Cute? No. he's actually trying to remove his regulator so he drowns.

iBuyeBuy
1
1 week ago

I can see that. Pretty funny.

Tenny111111111111111
1
1 week ago

Your grandparents from billions of years ago looked like (were) fish and lived in the ocean.

lorunna7
1
1 week ago

😍😍😍

Gleadwine
1
1 week ago

In the Netherlands we call them 'zeehonden', meaning 'seadogs'. :)

omerc10696
1
1 week ago

Come on! You've had the bubble blowing thing long enough, it's my turn!

LKdomino
1
1 week ago

Salty sea doggo

Lelentos
1
1 week ago

it's all fun and games until he play bites your supplytube

tmking
1
1 week ago

Accurate depiction of my dog when I try to go to sleep.

GoatInBlack
1
1 week ago

They are literally called sea dogs in my language

psychowhippet
1
1 week ago

I was diving near me I’m SA, a few years ago and a Sea Lion basically did the same to me. It was amazing.

Azar002
1
1 week ago

End of the video made me mad at my phone's auto brightness.

r/foundthemobileuser

SchloomyPops
1
1 week ago

I think it's trying to pull off his mask and drown him.

Catgirlspacethrows69
1
1 week ago

Hooman is suffocating take off mask.

alours
1
1 week ago

Where’s the wrong with you? Thank you.

ELPORK-CHAPO
1
1 week ago

Hi frank. I’ve really missed you.

da_doctori
1
1 week ago

What do you mean IF

idkman1768
1
1 week ago

awwwweee

nounnz
1
1 week ago

In my language they are actually called “sea dogs”

Peuned
1
1 week ago
Tank-Tanglefoot
1
1 week ago

Sea Doggo !

cracksniffer666
1
1 week ago

I feel like one day after we are all long gone, they'll make that connection of the friendship towards us between the two.

JstTrstMe
1
1 week ago

Water doggo

TheTrotineta
1
1 week ago

That's why I always call them subwoofers.

pm_me_all_dogs
1
1 week ago

Press b to boop snoot

Ulttrameinenn
1
1 week ago

Looks like some overactive practical effects. B

qodmod
1
1 week ago

Awww2

-_-o_o
1
1 week ago

heckin curious

monkeyinnamonkeysuit
1
1 week ago

Pretty sure they are from the same branch of the tree of life, the dog-like branch as opposed to cat-like. Note sure if seals are descended from dogs that really liked to swim, or if dogs are descended from seals who didnt like being wet all the time.

andtheywereroomatez
1
1 week ago

Wait can seals breathe under water ? Asking for ... a friend ?

scibaddiwad
1
1 week ago

Excuse me these ARE the water pups

bmarvel808
1
1 week ago

Dogs do live in the ocean. You see one right here.

joueskah
1
1 week ago

Dogs do live in the ocean they’re just called seals.

opideath
1
1 week ago

I wonder what these animals think when they see us in their habitat?

DEADTARGET_11
1
1 week ago

From the creators of good boy comes: great boy

NoeClue
1
1 week ago

I swear these things gonna be actual dogs some day lol

clostridium_dead
1
1 week ago

Seal = Sea Dog

Otter = River Dog

Dog = Land Dog

Bat = Air Dog

TranslateScience
1
1 week ago

It's a bit frightening isn't it?

AgreeableBad
1
1 week ago

"Hello, I love you!!!!"

persian_palace
1
1 week ago

you pat me I pat you

gambeezy
1
1 week ago

Soooo.... are penguins the cats of the ocean

alours
1
1 week ago

Where’s the guy who checks your passport?

captain_5ach
1
1 week ago

I'm high af and thought that was a giant rat when the video started... Kids, say no to drugs

BlindFelon
1
1 week ago

C'mon man! Give the sea pooch some scritches!

DrVeigonX
1
1 week ago

That's the reason the word for seal in Hebrew is sea dog.

BlueKing7642
1
1 week ago

It's trying to kill him

SaBe_18
1
1 week ago

That's wholesome and hilarious

bobbinferbears
1
1 week ago

Don't you mean, "if cats lived in the ocean"?

scubabbl2
1
1 week ago

I wonder if air bubbles in the face of a sea creature is the same as water sprayed in the face for people...

gngr_ale
1
1 week ago

I wonder if anyone’s tried to play fetch with one. Like using solid rubber/ silicone torpedoes cause they go fast.

maybeonemoreweek
1
1 week ago

and ppl wonder why we club annoying ass seals

theguywiththeyeballs
1
1 week ago

Well they do live in the ocean. That there is the ever cunning water doggie

lil_dovie
1
1 week ago

You all see the smile on sea doggo’s face??

SickSinceSunday
1
1 week ago
  • Hey.
  • Hey buddy.
  • Can you smell the freedom?
  • My body is not a boot.
Truji11o
1
1 week ago

Hi. This is Jerry. You will continue our talks.

zaimaestro
1
1 week ago

In Malaysia, we call them 'anjing laut' which literally means sea dog

Juiceval
1
1 week ago

swear to god I thought that was a human-sized rat or something for the first 6 or 7 seconds. brain no work good.

fliptobar
1
1 week ago

Ocean Dog, swimming 'neath a frog floating on a log... you should write a blog.

Ocean Dog, the voyage to the bottom of the sea is a real trip.

Ocean Dog, you got flippers instead of normal hands. Receiving scritches from a scuba-diving man

Ocean Dog

FuriousClitspasm
1
1 week ago

I thought there was something wrong with my brightness when it ended

SpaceBacon123
1
1 week ago

I just love how curious sea creatures are

Cwmcwm
1
1 week ago

Someone remind me why they call them sea LIONS.

kiaeej
1
1 week ago

Sea doggo!

EvilPhd666
1
1 week ago

Pet the human!

jeksnek
1
1 week ago

Seals are just dog mermaids

officialhibana
1
1 week ago

sven flashbacks

officialhibana
1
1 week ago

sven flashbacks

world_ender33
1
1 week ago
OhYeahYeah158
1
1 week ago

In Dutch they're literally called "Seadogs"

moonpuddles
1
1 week ago
maryJane2122
1
1 week ago

They can go from cute to a vicious animal killer eating on poor sea critters.....

machine667
1
1 week ago

is it possible there's some absolute lunatic out there who's got an enormous tank of salt water and has one or more of these as a pet

Vitok93
1
1 week ago

Anyone else tap their screen at the end?

nspectre
1
1 week ago

If dogs lived in the ocean...

 

"Catch" would be a very quick, hand-to-mouth game.

 

Unless you used torpedoes.

Vellarain
1
1 week ago

Looks like they cut the moment the seal opened its mouth to take a bite.

Elementotico
1
1 week ago

What do you mean "if"? That is obviouly a sea pupper.

pscott334
1
1 week ago
vanessaand2smkids
1
1 week ago

I just want to hug it and kiss it and squeeze it.

Naejiin
1
1 week ago

You're telling me this is not a dog?

Vanya_Del_Fey
1
1 week ago

Someone please pet this good boi!

rebot53
1
1 week ago

In Korean they are called water dog

alours
1
1 week ago

Silfra Fissure in Iceland

immoralcombat
1
1 week ago

Then it will pet you back? Lol

taiwanna
1
1 week ago

Such intelligent creatures!

alours
1
1 week ago

Where’s the wrong with you? Thank you.

Biplav007
1
1 week ago

I am in love with the shape of you. We push and pull like the magnet do.

Edwin_1990
1
1 week ago

Every time I see the seals, they always seem like they're smiling.

Murderingpillow
1
1 week ago

They would drown

white-moth
1
1 week ago

Fun Fact: All dogs are actually land seals.

aleperey
1
1 week ago

Imagine that thing humping your leg

Tacodelic
1
1 week ago
HEdoublefuck
1
1 week ago

AQUATIC APE THEORY CONFIRMED. MERMAID PUPPERS ARE SEALS.

TheKossBoss
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1 week ago
Pupperz77
1
1 week ago

Is anyone going to say anything about that fucking shark coming from behind?

SparkySoDope
1
1 week ago

Yeah I saw that too! Bottom right frame right before it starts to darken for the logo. Thought this was r/unexpected

Bakucreature
1
1 week ago

That is fantastic! 😁👍

yaheardmeyadig
1
1 week ago

Um, seadogs are still dogs.

HouseOfJ0y
1
1 week ago

What about a leopard seal?

smdwiftabz
1
1 week ago

Well they did evolve from wolves

StuffyBarley251
1
1 week ago

that weird fade at the end made me look at my battery level... though my phone was gonna die 😂

stevemilwa
1
1 week ago

Reminds me more of a cat.

Blackout1833
1
1 week ago

Water puppies

daria_arbuz
1
1 week ago

I thought my screen has dimmed itself in the end

witlofwarrior
1
1 week ago

In the Netherlands we actually call them "zeehonden" which translates to "seadogs"

TeunWahlen
1
1 week ago

I think that we can all agree that the seal isn't the dog. But the man is!!! And it seems like im am the only one who can see that animals are taking over

Nimbus211
1
1 week ago

Im german they are called Seehund which gets translated to sea dog.

cdn27121
1
1 week ago

In dutch a seal is literally Translated as seadog.

ElephantRattle
1
1 week ago

Two seals came out of the jell. One seal pulled out me mates’ respirator while another held his arms. Two other seals came up behind me and held me and made me watched until the bubbles and the strugglin’ stopped.

Then they just all disappeared back into the kelp.

seyo_IV
1
1 week ago

ocean doggo

Ricklepick137
1
1 week ago

Closes tank valve while patting you on the head

abr_xas
1
1 week ago

In German they're called "sea dogs"

WistfulPandora
1
1 week ago

You knucklehead you!

tuesdaychild13
1
1 week ago

Love watching this. I’m just smiling now. Thanks for sharing.

KitsuneLea
1
1 week ago

They are actually called "Seehunde" (LIT.it. Sea Dogs) in german.

BasedNas
1
1 week ago

The screen got dark in the end and I was frantically tapping cause I thought my phone was gunna lock 😪

DontLoseFocus2019
0
1 week ago

We must protect at all cost

manbar06
0
1 week ago

Did it hump your leg? Seems like the interaction was headed that way.

TacDragon
0
1 week ago

Just a heads up, not your leg he was after.

NightLocust
0
1 week ago

let it bite your dick

jiniecie
-1
1 week ago

I have no idea how to navigate this. Oh. Oceans of tears, on my part. I felt sure at least Ziggy would rush to me. Nope. 54 year old dog mom got dejected. Pisses me off. It was $150. To get them groomed. I'm a book editor. Or as one author calls me his book editwhore. I'll call him because I have the constitution of a goat.