Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific
Eh, I don””t really see this front-page worthy.
It was probably a sign from one of those places where you can “pet” the fish.
I””m pretty sure two fingers would do a better job not traumatizing the fish than two hands.
Agreed. I””ve been to plenty of aquariums with touch tanks, pet pools, whatever you want to call them, and they always say to use two fingers and not your whole hand. This is nothing unusual.
I think it””s more the pic than the words Buzz Killington. Also, may I be the first with “That””s what my girlfriend used to say”
TENNESSEE AQUARIUM FTW
Saw tons of signs like that at a TN aquarium
I love the lines o”” terror around fish #2””s eyes.
“Bad touch! Bad touch!”
Aw poor fishie
“you””re gonna use lube, right? …RIGHT??”
NO TOUCHIE THE FISHIE WITH TWO HANDS!
That””s what she said!
Please don””t squeeze the sturgeon!
im printing this out and hanging it over my bed.
I found the fish’s bunched up “whiskers” to be quite amusing.
That the way I like it….
Yeah, I went down to Chattanooga last summer and saw a bunch of these signs at the aquarium.
Yeah. That’s totally the sign at the Tennessee Aquarium. I’ve been there a million times, but that sign never seemed that amusing to me…
At least that horny pervert of a fish is polite.
Tennessee Aquarium! Woot it is in my home town! and I always use two fingers…everywhere
Like a sturgeon…touched for the very first time…
Wow dreaming78…just wow…I hereby decree that this comment should be the caption of the sign. Bravo
but what if its someone from “crouching tiger, hidden dragon”? wont it drown? oh wait …
… what I don’t understand is… Why is a hand coming up from BELOW the fish?? Is someone in the water with the sturgeons??? BAD FISH KEEPERS! You’d think they’d know better…
Aw, that poor, stressed out Sturgeon. Looks like he’s headed for a nervous breakdown if he meets another blind tourist.
I have seen this sign in real life! XD
“two fingers” has a very different meaning in the Uk
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