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This is an Atlantic Ocean King Crab the fishermen in Mallaig harbor (west coast) in Scotland catched. It had a width of about 35 centimeters (13-14 inches). One of the biggest of the fishermen was obviously choosen to deal with the crabs claws. He had a very hard time broke them so they couldn’t grip something it shouldn’t…
Secret whisper: Maybe he should have worn a suspensoar too…?

Comments on Photo Scavenger Hunt Wet

  • 1
    Wystful1 UNITED STATES said:

    ewwwwwwwww, look out for those claws!!! I’ll say!! Great pic for this week. Thanks for dropping in.

  • 2
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Well, Wystful1, this one was kind of wild too, as your pic :-)

  • 3

    mmmmmmmmmmm, makes me feel hungry!
    i’m doing the hunt too.

  • 4
    TN Chick UNITED STATES said:

    What a big crab! As long as he keeps his pinchers to himself, I’m happy :)

  • 5
    Tutu UNITED STATES said:

    Did you eat the claws?

  • 6
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    That was exactly my thought too TNChick!

    No, Tutu, we didn’t eat the claws, not a bit from the crab to be exactly, just equally fresh lobsters and salmon.

  • 7
    Mandy NETHERLANDS said:

    Hmmm crab! I love those.. as in eating them lol
    The legs are the best part, hehe
    Mandy :)

  • 8
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Well, these ones would have been perfect for you then Mandy - huge!

  • 9
    peri UNITED STATES said:

    that is a good one!! my wet is up :)

  • 10
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Thanks peri, your’s a more beutiful one though :-)

  • 11

    I like this picture. I think crabs are cute. I also LOVE the goose pimple picture!

  • 12
    eph2810 UNITED STATES said:

    You know - I love eating crab…with butter, they are the best :razz:

  • 13
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Thanks, Haleigh Anne :-)

    Sorry you were’nt there then eph2810!

  • 14

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  • 15
    Barbara UNITED STATES said:

    He looks wet and wild!

  • 16

    Hello me old mate!

    Took my wife when we were young to a small cafe in a Cornish seaside port once and told her of the wonders of eating a nice fresh white meat crab sandwich. Two men with moustaches wearing flowered dresses (they turned out to be two sisters!) came out from the back room to serve us and I politely asked for two fresh crab sandwiches.

    What seemed like an hour later one of the sisters returned with two sandwiches, the bread was so stale that I could have used the slices for tiles on my roof and all the crab meat was brown with lots of sand in it!

    After a couple of mouthfuls one of the sisters asked if everything was okay, I stood up thrust the sandwich into her face and managed to get her in a head lock on the floor “Listen you Mother ******* this food isn’t fit enough for the seagulls to eat” I shouted, that’s what I should have done but being a typical polite English man I said “Oh, the sandwiches are delightful!”

    We managed to wrap them in a napkin and stick them into my wife’s handbag.

    I do not think that I have had a crab sandwich since, but right now you have made me feel rather hungry so I am off to raid the larder!


  • 17
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    We just LOVE your storys fartin martin! We started to laugh at the row of the two men in flowered dresses :-) and didn’t stop… *still laughing*

    Hope you can sleep after the raid and don’t get nightmares from eating too late….

  • 18

    Glad I made you both laugh!

    It is after 1.30 in the morning here so I better creep into bed next to the wife and if she wakes I will just have to tell her I have been out of bed to the loo!

    I love your photos, what a great couple you look!

    What a lovely country you live in!

    I used to know a Swedish au pair who was rather pretty and used to pick our friends children up from school, because she did not know anyone I used to try to make the effort to speak to her (not just because she was young and pretty!)

    One day whilst waiting in the playground with the kids I saw one of the children accidentally step on a snail and part crush it.

    I was talking to the Swedish girl at the time and because I do not like to see things suffer I asked her to excuse me and walked over to the snail and with my big boots crushed it to put it our of it’s misery.

    I walked back to the girl with a smile on my face thinking that she would think what a nice caring man I was but her face was just filled with a look of horror!

    Now, the girl did not see the child ‘part crush’ the snail all she saw was me walk over and stamp on the snail! I think she thought what a nasty man for stepping on innocent little creatures; I tried to explain that I was ‘being cruel to be kind’ but she never spoke to me again!

    The poor girl probably went back to Sweden saying all British men were so cruel!


  • 19
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Oh, that explaining part never works after a blunder… I so know what you’re talking about, I always feel like it makes it even worse!

    Well, Martin, it’s 2:50 in the morning here and how on earth shall we be able to sleep now after we’re laughing too much and get cramps from your storys…

    That’s cruel of you - but we LOVE when you’re being cruel ;-)

    Hope you have a good night, sneak in to bed carefully…

  • 20

    WOW! Just had another look at some of your photos, the Brazil shots are lovely and I like the collection of old cars!

    It’s Sunday and it’s sunny (is that why it’s called SUNday?)

    Have a nice one!

  • 21
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Thanks fartin martin, there is sunday here, but not SUNday… Typical. It’s all grey and boring, so we have another excuse to stay indoors in front of the computers :-)

    I’m sure you’ll have a nice day.

  • 22
    mar SPAIN said:

    Great pic! pretty crab! My wet is up, finally!

  • 23
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Ah, thanks mar, your’s have a beutiful color!

  • 24
    karen CANADA said:

    That crab looks delicious. (Once he’s all cooked up, of course.) I am now on the SSH blogroll.

  • 25
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Ah, karen, your pic was delicious in another sort of way :-)

  • 26
    Skittles UNITED STATES said:

    :razz: Lovely photo :mrgreen:

  • 27
    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Thanks Skittles, yours was quite mysterious first :-)

  • 28
    Julia UNITED STATES said:

    Love it! Made me crave crab - to eat that is :)

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