Scientists Discovered A ‘Peanut Worm’ And Of Course Twitter Thinks It Looks Like A Penis
Leave it to the folks on the internet to turn everything into a penis.
In case you missed it, which you most definitely did, scientists from the Museums Victoria, Australia, recently returned from an expedition on board research vessel The Investigator. And what did scientists discover while exploring an unexplored region 4,000 meters below the sea? A species of fish known as the “faceless fish,” a fish that hadn’t been seen or even been taken a photo of since 1873. Pretty crazy stuff.
But the internet wasn’t fascinated by the cool bit of news, no. They were more fascinated by the fact that this “peanut worm” looks like…you got it, a penis.
— IBTimes UK (@IBTimesUK) June 17, 2017
And of course Twitter chimed in.
Suddenly I wanna go deep sea diving pic.twitter.com/nUKgSdwtge
— ㅤ (@festivating) June 17, 2017
— Matthew D’Ambrosio™ (@drmattdambrosio) June 17, 2017
umm, sea creature or…. pic.twitter.com/pEMSrBHsJQ
— JeLLe (@AmethystJ24) June 17, 2017
Ariel’s “Dinglehopper” pic.twitter.com/MUEmesMOch
— Asia McClain Chapman (@AsiaRChapman) June 18, 2017
me jumping into the sea in Australia pic.twitter.com/JakKvvwzYP
— Mascha (@BrookeMedusa) June 17, 2017
— CowbellyTV (@CowbellyTV) June 18, 2017
What the mainstream media won’t show u pic.twitter.com/0kbewnPfWO
— Howie (@HowieJason) June 17, 2017