It's a hitmonlee
@CannonPenis69, i thought it was a tooth with limbs o.o
@CannonPenis69, or an Anthropophagi
I laughed more than I probably should have at this
@Draco MaIfoy, i hate when people use this comment. Think of something original.
@Draco MaIfoy, now imagine it with Peter Griffins face and chin.
@Draco MaIfoy, me toooooo xD I laughed so loud my kitten jumped and ran into a wall xD its kinda sad....
@Batdoge, wait batdoge has a cat? What does this mean?
@Draco MaIfoy, the cat is my butler
@Batdoge, wouldn't he poison your tea?
@Draco MaIfoy, no...*looks in cup* ....*tosses tea into a plant, watches it wither* you....you saved batdoges life. I will rescue you wheneber you you the batdoge signal *hugs you and glides into the shadows*
@Draco MaIfoy, sane
@Draco MaIfoy, *same
Isn't this picture from Shakespeare's Othello?
It's A picture from folger's edition of Othello by Shakespeare
@mikwa, why did someone down vote you? Here's an up vote!
Imagine seeing that come at you at night
"My name is Pat-Back"
It's called an anthropophagi and is a mythical creature that was indeed mentioned by Shakespeare in Othello.
It's actually the drawing in the abridged version of Shakespeare play othello. It depicts the people they find in other far off countries which are described as people with no necks. It's kind of racists...
I don't even know if the picture actually describes the statement..
It's from the Shakespearean play, Othello. #themoreyouknow
@Shibbasouruss, I remember seeing that and couldn't get the picture out of my mind.
oh god everyone in school is looking at me now for laughing
This is actually an amphisbaenian (doubt I'm spelling it right), a mythical people who othello claimed to have met in othello. I saw it in my othello book