What the frills is that?

Apparently down in the sewers of North Carolina they’re breeding baby Jabba the huts.

**Update – A commenter named Mark thinks it’s a rectal exam and we think that is correct. Sorry Mark

Scully chimes in with the correctness

“This is a colony of Tubifex worms. They live in sediment, eat bacteria, and are used as fish food in pet stores.”

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9 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Radley

    Where did you find this? I need to know more.

  2. It looks like the alien from the final stage of Contra.

  3. What on earth is this?

  4. Mark

    It looks more like a rectal exam. . . .with a closeup on the hemorrhoids. . .not that I would know for sure. . . .good viewing though. . .

  5. the enablist

    Mark, that makes total sense

  6. Scully

    I’d like to look in to this a little more to be sure that a) Its not fake and b) Its not something as yet undiscovered. But my first thought is that it may be some species of slime mold, something common to the South and pretty much harmless.
    On the other hand it DOES resemble something from a Capcom game.

  7. Scully

    **Correction**

    This is a colony of Tubifex worms. They live in sediment, eat bacteria, and are used as fish food in pet stores.

  8. Dave

    Clearly a viral, a very good viral but a viral none the less. surely the holding page gave the game away?

    It’s promoting the sequel the a Japanese horror flick called The Host

  9. Dave

    Sorry, forgot some linkage

    Check out this cached page here:

    http://209.85.229.132/search?q=cache:VIEpv-zUAqwJ:blog.steventroughtonsmith.com/+The+website+it+links+to+in+the+description+%28http://www.uforadar.com/%29+is+a+placeholder.+So+I+investigated:+The+same+user%27s+favourited+videos+on+YouTube+are&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=uk&client=firefox-a

    Which was obviously taken down at the studios request, but none the less it’s a nice bit of work!

    Surely someone noticed the wiki links were all last updated the day the video appeared?

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