Toooh-tally!

Like oh my God! I’m like – SO – awesome! For sure, I mean like, puh-lease! It’s just, like, duh! Like, come on! Like, I am so sure, right? Like, whatever! You know? Anyway!


And I’m like, totally bubbly, or something, and Poppy is like, something else!

Comments

  1. Nothing wrong with your pride and confidence there, little fee-shiiiii :P
    *gives fee-shii bellehrub and wet cuddles*
    Just be carefull…too much of that self praise and you`ll end up as a Mc. Filet-o-fish served with tangy tartar sause..lol :)

  2. Tubular!

  3. Fird Birfle says:

    *Happiest Fisheh Evahr* TOAHtally.

  4. Feesh Leeps! It’ll be the next new thing.

  5. Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just … OH LOOK, A CAMERA!

  6. Like, ohmiGAWD, I totally, like, can’t BELIEVE those fishlips!

  7. loribelle says:

    trout pout.

  8. JohnnyJohnny says:

    Oh. My. God! The bend and snap works every time!

  9. In high school I would’ve killed for a delicate fluorescent shirt in those colors to go with my black leggings.

  10. That’s a parrot cichlid, the breed was artificially created and the fish are often injected with neon pink (or other colours) dyes to look more attractive to buyers…
    Wether you find these freaks beautiful or not is up to you but don’t buy them.
    Don’t support people who do that to animals.

  11. The Original Jane says:

    Dory’s cousin, no doubt.

  12. Shhhhh! Don’t tell, but it’s extra collagen for that plump and moist look. :)

  13. That’s horrible. Thank you for enlightening us. I just read about how the dye shortens their life expectancy and how they have trouble eating because of the shape of their mouth!

  14. Aw, poor fishie.

  15. We’re very entrepeneurial when it comes to making a buck. That’s like I never would’ve thought of injecting fertilized chicken eggs with dye to get chartreuse or cotton candy blue chicks.

  16. Don't Forget Delicious! says:

    Nope! Nuthin in my noggin!

  17. This particular fish is naturally coloured. They are called Blood Parrot Cichlids and they are a “hybrid”, a cross between two other types of cichlids, which have not been positively identified. However, there are dyed versions of this fish on the market and that process is very cruel. That fish is marketed as a “jellybean”, and I would agree with frogleg that any dyed fish should not be purchased. The non-dyed fish however are very charming and attractive fish. A lot of personality, considering the aggressive nature of their parents. Check wikipedia for some basic info. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_parrot_cichlid