Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

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28 responses to Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

  1. “What do I do when I’m full with glee?”

    Well, thankfully that’s one problem I don’t expect I’ll have to confront anytime soon.

  2. One of the qualifications for being a mammal is being a vertebrate which means that they have to have a spinal column and a backbone.

    Suck it coconut!

  3. It makes me so happy to see someone use the term facetious instead of sarcastic!

    Also, get a piece of cardboard. Bam. Sticker place. Source: mother of a five year-old.

    1. We had this old coffee table when I was growing up that my sister and I could lay under (no drawers). The underside of that coffee table was OURS. There’s mostly crayon drawings under there, but some of our favorite stickers made it there, too.

    2. Me too! That was one of my favorite words since high school–mostly because one of my favorite English teachers (a cool old lady) taught my class that word by using it on our most cheeky bastards.

  4. That person stole the coconut joke from the internet.

    Also they’re not mammals because they don’t have nipples.

    1. But that coconut joke is ON the internet. How do you know the internet didn’t steal it from that person? Or they came up with it independently?

    1. Phylogeny is like genealogy, but it tracks the relationships between species instead of relationships between family members. Morphological descriptions basically classify organisms according to what they look like, which can result in species being incorrectly categorized. It would be like if two people were thought to be very closely related just because they both had dark hair, dark eyes, and dark skin, even though they didn’t have any family members in common. Likewise, different species can have very superficially similar characteristics (bats and birds both flap their forelimbs to fly) even though the development of those characteristics had nothing to do with each other.

  5. Omg that dude perfectly described buzzfeed. I will now use it to explain it to anyone who hasn’t yet had the misfortune of being exposed to that turdiness.

  6. Anyone else notice that what is described as ‘therapeutic cleaning’ is what you do when you want to get the stench of weed out of your house?

  7. The answer to the first one just wanted to be a wise-ass and show off his/her awesome words.
    Im 100% sure that isnt an actual issue because Coconuts arent even in the category of animals. I know he said its an issue on categorysation through appearances but a fucking coconut is a part of a plant. If that would be an issue than science would have a seriously stupid problem, because I could call a milk filled balloon with fibres glued to it a mammal, or even hairy balls.

    1. Phylogeny and morphology are specific technical terms asswipe – you couldn’t substitute them any more than you could substitute any other technical term without changing the meaning slightly.
      The coconut isn’t specifically a problem but other animals like monotremes (egg laying mammals) and vivipares (reptiles, fish etc that give birth to live young) do cause problems and make morphology-based phylogeny impossible to get accurate. Therefore ‘its a coconut’ is a joke I’ve heard bounced around a fair few times over the years to describe living things that don’t fulfil the traditional requirements for their categorisation.
      There was nothing pretentious about him or her using the *correct* words.
      But you didnt actually deserve an explanation because you assume somebody with a different area of interest is looking down their nose at everyone else. That is your issue to deal with not anyone else’s.

      1. Calling me an asswipe just to say im correct a few words later, smart move.
        I know of these problems, but the post called it “actual issue” and not a joke (and sry i didnt know that joke. oh well, look! thats what the original post was about and i didnt complain about THAT). Its still not an “actual issue”, call me names all you want, you cant change that. Next time you want to make others understand your point, leave the insults be, all they cause is anger and I cant take anything you say seriously.

        I honestly think you´ve just felt offended because you identify as exactly the same kind of person I commented on. “You dont even diserve and explanation” after you have just written all that, just underlines that you DO think yourself higher than others
        …oh, the irony

        1. 1) at no point did I call you correct
          2) asswipe was a response to you using the word wiseass. Get over yourself.

          1. “the coconut isnt specifically a problem”
            Thats what my orginal comment was about and thats what you wrote in your answer.

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