Wouldn’t it be high tide?
@x2 6x 9 lol, low tides when you can get out there and go 'splorin, but it usually leaves pockets of water behind, which is where all the good stuff usually hangs out until the tide comes back in
@Not him again, oh. Well then. What kinda good stuff is out there?
@x2 6x 9 lol, people that wanna find clams and shrimp, possibly small crabs. That kinda stuff
@x2 6x 9 lol, wattworms! I don't know what to call them in English but here in the German North sea are Worms in the watt (sand of low tide) that eat sand and poop sand back out, so that there's little sand piles everywhere. May sound gross, but it's literally just sand and a lot of fun to see.
@A pet named Steve, pretty sure we just call them sea worms
@salty joe, oh ok thanks! Makes sense.
I read the uploaders username as FartSmeller. I might be a bit tired.
@A pet named Steve, that's actually a childish American thing. It is meant to insinuate that. It's nice I can actually tell you something about language for once.
@A pet named Steve, can’t be unseen
@ThePandaPool , hehe it’s a silly tongue twister..
One smart feller, he felt smart.
Two smart fellers, they smelt fart.. wait..