Honestly never seen a sand dollar move, it is weird
@Dexios S Divine, I really don't like things that move that look like they shouldn't... eh..
@Dexios S Divine, I didn't even know they were living and able to move
@Your Darkest Secret, I first learned that they were alive last semester in my Geology 102 class, the bottom of them is super weird they got like 300 feet to push things toward their mouth.
@Disgruntled Sock, Who the fvck let Lovecraft design real animals?
@Your Darkest Secret, wtf did you think they were?
@Runnin with scissors, honestly, I thought they were just made in the ocean like a sand clump smoothing out in the waves. Never really put much thought into them cuz I've only seen sand dollars a couple times. Never thought they were dead things sold at souvenir shops
@Your Darkest Secret, gotchya I live right by the ocean and see them all the time. Found lots of live ones too on a beach called sand dollar beach too. Really weird to me when I find out people don't understand what they are but hey I used to be a marine bio major too so have learned a lot about the ocean.
@Dexios S Divine, the first time I ever saw a sand dollar is was actually still alive on moving on the beach. When I picked it up, it peed on me!
@Runnin with scissors, woah woah woah. Animal crossing lied to me.
@Your Darkest Secret, when you've studied marine bio, you come to realize everything in the ocean is a living thing. That rock? Venomous stonefish. Pretty colored inorganic shell? Venomous horse conch. Small pile of sediment being blown across the floor? Venomous stingfish
Reverse it and you get a dirty lie
I am social........ly awkward
@SlipSlipperyStair, hi social........ly awkward, I'm Abusive Breasts
@Abusive Breasts, dad?
Looks like the aquatic version of the Homer bush meme