Tuesday, June 7, 2016

What Would Dory Say

Help me! Fish peers out from inside a jellyfish in one-in-a-million shot
(yes kids, I added Dory)
For those unaware, Dory is the "friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish" from the Finding Nemo cartoon. The sequel "Finding Dory" is in theaters June 17th.

UPDATE: A half-digested Dory has been found in the belly of a large Jelly.

"I shall call him Squishy and he shall be mine and he shall be my Squishy."

I don't know about you, but this election cycle has me feeling like that poor fish in the belly of the beast.

5 comments:

dr hirkimer said...

Dunno for sure, but it looks to me like that female swimmer may need to see a groinocologist if that jellyfish came from where it appears.

Sparky said...

I asked the one in the belly of the (jelly)fish. He only said, "No comment". Sounds fishy to me. ~:)

DaBlade said...

2 out of 3 groinocologists recommend "JellyWash"... Hey, you're the doctor, doctor. Now that you mention it though, I think they're gonna need a bigger boat :)

Sparky, is it just me, or does that fish look like Nemo? Sure, he's not as orange - but who wouldn't start to lose their color in his predicament - and we don't know how long he's been in there?

cube said...

What is the value of a life? Do you glorify the jellyfish or do you glorify the fish? Do you even get involved other than the 30 minutes it took you to take the right picture? I think the valuable lesson we can take forward in our own lives is, be the jellyfish and don't be the fish. Nature, red in tooth and claw... OK, I guess that works even when there are no teeth or claws, but you get the gist.

DaBlade said...

If that's what Dory would say, she has gotten a whole lot smarter! Of course, I have since read that these fish and these jellys have some kind of symbiotic relationship and fish do this to hide from predators inside and can leave at any time. No predator will eat the fish inside the jelly because the jelly tastes like a Michelle Obama school lunch. I'm not sure what's in it for the jellyfish, unless maybe a cushy ambassadorship in a remote corner of the ocean.