May 1, 2013 | I freaked out at this fish pedicure!!!! OMG 🐟🐟🐠🐠🐟🐟 by KimKardashian on Keek.com
Fish pedicures are supposed to be a good treatment to get rid of dead skin and leave your dermis feeling soft, but for Kim Kardashian, it was more like a NIGHTMARE!!
The reality star and her sister Kourtney Kardashian were recently in Greece with the rest of the Kardashian klan, and taking into account that they were relaxing, they decided to get their feet did.
However, once Kimmy dipped her feet into a tank filled with a bunch of carp called garra rufa, she was NOT happy about what the doctor fish were doing to her tootsies, and we don't blame her because having little critters eating at your toes seems CRAY CRAY!!
Watch Kim freak out (above), and don't forget to peep Kourtney enjoying her pedi AFTER THE JUMP…
5/01/2013 11:00 AM ET |
Filed under: Scary!
This sounds like something out of a horror story but it's true…
In Central Park in NYC, snakehead fish sightings have been on the rise near Harlem Meer.
The snakehead is a total monster because they can grow to three feet long, have big, sharp teeth and can survive outside of water for days!!
Yup! That means you aren't safe anywhere!
The New York Department of Environmental Conservation issued a statement that literally said:
Captain Phil Harris was one of the stars of Discovery's Deadliest Catch.
He was captain of the Cornelia Marie, where he fished with his sons Josh and Jake Harris.
Phil's death was documented on the show after he suffered a stroke on air.
Captain Phil was a man living on borrowed time.
His life was built around drugs, sex and violence.
We have to say what we feel… and what we feel is an abundant amount of sheer joy about today’s ginormous announcement from Disney and Pixar.
In case you’ve been hiding in your sea anemone all day, you’ve undoubtedly heard that the Finding Nemo sequel is finally HAPPENING – and what’s more, it will be called Finding Dory, which means the whole flick will be about Ellen DeGeneres' loveable yet forgetful Blue Tang friend.
Now, if you haven’t already wet yourselves with excitement, then perhaps you need a refresher as to WHY Dory is quite possibly one of the best Disney•Pixar characters to date! OR… maybe you just want to relive some of the character’s more memorable moments in celebration of this day.
Either way, we’ve got you covered! Let us now divulged for you the many reasons why you’ve already got plans for November 25th, 2015 with a fish named Dory:
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU JUST KEEP SWIMMING, GUYS!
Persistence is key!!
Audiences' love for Dory, the lovable deuteragonist fishy voiced by Ellen DeGeneres in Finding Nemo, kept swimming SO HARD that Disney•Pixar has given the green light for a 2015 adventure all her own!!!
Releasing the joyous news on April 2 (it would be cruel to prank us now), Disney revealed the name and central theme of their Finding Nemo sequel, saying:
Omg! That is so creepy!!
There's a fish called the Sheepshead fish and they're a little different from other fish.
Because they have teeth just like people do!! It's super weird!
What's gross is they have a crazy three rows of molars on their upper jaw and two rows of teeth on the bottom!
A man caught one of these strange fish and it had some pretty huge teeth on it!
We would've thrown it back right away because those are some serious chompers.
Check out the video (above) to see one creeeepy fish!!
Ever hear those stories about giant crocodiles living in the sewers of New York City??
The myth says that people get them as exotic pets, but when they start to get too big, they flush them down the toilet.
That's all just a myth, as far as we know, but it's the same principal that's leading to giant goldfish in lake Tahoe!!
Apparently people must be dumping their goldfish into the lake when they don't want them anymore.
Because of all the open space and a steady supply of food, the goldfish are growing to monstrous proportions.
Some of them have almost reached 1.5 feet long!!
They are thriving and breeding rapidly, and experts worry that it may drastically change the ecosystem of the lake.
Check out the video (above) to hear how they could seriously affect the lake!