With Fronds Like These

8 Aug

Molly – Molpadia : a widely distributed genus (the type of the family Molpadiidae) comprising smooth-bodied burrowing sea cucumbers having a well-developed respiratory tree and a distinct caudal prolongation of a body.
Polly – So there was this mollusk and he walks up to a sea cucumber.
Polly – Normally they don’t talk, sea cucumbers.
Molly – http://eol.org/pages/599069/overview
Molly – It looks like boyparts.
Polly – But in a joke everyone talks. So the mollusk says to the sea cucumber…
Polly – Woah that looks like a weenie.
Polly – http://www.foodsafetynews.com/geoduck.jpg
Polly – It’s a weenieclam. Andrew Zimmern likes to eat them on his show.

In addition to having a well-developed respiratory tree, Molpadia (Molly) is a kickass Amazonian warlady, proponent of bow-and-arrow assisted suicide, and welcome guest contributor here at Penny and Polly.


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