points: -5

turtle pancake

turtle bites into pancake

cool

by Sealbasher

submitted June 16th 2016

22 comments
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turtle pancake
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i was laffed
1 year ago
I think seal does this on purpose. I mean he doesn't REALLY think this is good right?
1 year ago
better than anything you upload
1 year ago
Well there's my answer--------^^
1 year ago
yep, that sure is a turtle biting into a pancake.
1 year ago
tortoise
1 year ago
crumpet
1 year ago
or maybe muffin perhaps
1 year ago
you're a tortoise crumpet
1 year ago
and a faggot
1 year ago
Those are silver dollar pancakes for fucks sake...
1 year ago
thats the dumbest thing ive ever heard.... and ive spent 10 years on here experiencing mucho-dumbness so i should know
1 year ago
what exactly is?
1 year ago
silver dollar pancakes....
1 year ago
A silver dollar pancake refers to a pancake about two to three inches (5 to 7 cm) in diameter, or just a bit bigger than the pre-1979 silver dollar coins in the United States, for which they are named. It is usually made by frying a small spoonful of the same batter as any other pancake. One serving is usually five to ten silver dollar pancakes.

i never heard that before either but it doesn't sound that dumb.
1 year ago
not as dumb as "last" for example
1 year ago
or CCC
1 year ago
CCC is the correct term for when i or whunu make accurate statements
1 year ago
* Magawd loads the tortoise into a pillow case and beats the shit out of fries with it *
1 year ago
also i dont care for your copy-paste nonsense
1 year ago
ouh you mean those facts i found on the internet? you don't care for them? the facts? you know, with facts being something that has really occurred or is actually the case? you dont care for stuff like that? the usual test for a statement of fact by the way is verifiability — that is, whether it can be demonstrated to correspond to experience. Standard reference works are often used to check facts. Facts like small pancakes apparently being called silver dollar pancakes in the US. Scientific facts are verified by repeatable careful observation or measurement (by experiments or other means). like for example checking how common an occurence silver dollar pancakes are on restaurant menus.you don't like that? don't care for it? for observable reality?

that's what is called being delusional buddy. that's another fact you probably don't like but really have to come to grips with eventually.
1 year ago
Psssh
1 year ago
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