Scientists Discovered The First Warm-Blooded Fish And My Question Is: Why Haven’t We Fried It Yet?
Go discuss the environmental and ecological impact of this discovery with your grandmother’s houseplant. We’re here to figure out why the fuck this fish wasn’t coated in Old Bay seasoned cornmeal and dunked into a vegetable oil-filled Butterball Deep Fryer.
It’s common knowledge that black people love to fry things that live in the ocean, despite our overall aversion to everything related to water. Irony? Perhaps. Delicious? Yes. Case in point:
— WJ (@WMsDiary) May 15, 2015
— Trap Ehrmantraut (@Trap_Jesus) May 15, 2015
— GrandBootypestHotep (@Suite_Tea) May 15, 2015
— Lemon Cake✨ (@TheSlimGoddess) May 15, 2015
— Richard N. Yarmouth (@Continental_Jay) May 15, 2015
And with that, the black congregation is in full agreement. We have to immediately fry the first (and possibly only) warm-blooded fish ever discovered.
In the name of science, of course.