Behold the Blobfish.

Posted: March 19, 2018 in Uncategorized

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Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, children of all ages, let me introduce to you to this champion of curiosity…
the amazing BLOBFISH!
He lives 3,000 feet below the surface off the coasts of Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand.
He is basically sea jello that loosely resembles Winston Churchill.
He is a completely original creation.
He is currently endangered, which is sad.
He is simple sealife…
He conserves energy by never really actually swimming, he simply floats right above the sea floor.
In 2013 the mighty Blobfish was voted the “World’s Ugliest Animal” by some mean people who just don’t appreciate interesting.
Did the haters hold him back from living His Blobfish dreams?
NO WAY!
(Mainly because he doesn’t have internet access so he never saw the slam.)
But, the obvious lesson here is float past the haters! Don’t read the negative stuff.
We can learn more from our little gelatinous friend…
He is a reminder that unusual should never go out of style.
“In a sea of same, weird wins.” – CJ Casciotta
The Blobfish is also proof that God has a wild imagination and a wicked sense of humor.
I love the Blobfish.
He makes me smile.
I wish that a sports team somewhere would make the Blobfish their mascot, cause that would be awesome.
There should be stuffed toy Blobfish and a jelly like dance step. Gummy Blobfish would be fun.
Let’s learn from this deep water hero…
Let’s get weird!
Let’s float out of the sea of normalcy, and refuse to be same.
Celebrate the curious!
Float on Mr. Blobfish, float on!

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