Canadian Lobster That Rocks A Pepsi Can Tattoo
Everybody with half of a brain knows that “choosy moms choose Jif.” And, everybody knows that Pepsi is better than Coca-Cola. Even lobsters know that Pepsi is the “Choice Of a New Generation.” A lot of people now want to be friends with the discerning Canadian lobster that rocks a Pepsi can tattoo on its claw. Many marine life lovers and so-called experts are wondering how the lobster in question obtained a partial Pepsi can on its claw; The real answer is much simpler than they think. Some very good sources told me that the lobster took the Pepsi challenge, and then immediately ran out to get a tattoo of his new favorite soft drink. However, when the tattoo artist was working on the tattoo, he didn’t have the dimensions right and quickly ran out of space on the claw. Measure twice, tattoo once.
Karissa Lindstrand was banding lobster claws off the New Brunswick coast in Canada when she spotted the lobster who loves Pepsi. Lindstrand said, “I can’t say how he got it on. It seemed more like a tattoo or a drawing on the lobster rather than something growing into it.” Her line of thinking is correct. It is a tattoo.
Others are confused about the fashionable lobster and how it came to have a section of a Pepsi can etched on its claw. Matthew Abbot, who is a marine program co-ordinater, said, “Where [the lobster] was living, there was garbage infiltrating even into the deep water.” That’s some wonderful insight, Mr. Abbot, but it has nothing to do with a lobster and his rad tattoo. Apples and oranges, dude.
I called some veterinarians on the telephone, and 9 out of 10 of them said that lobsters shouldn’t drink any soda whatsoever. To that, I replied, “What does it matter, you and your fancy friends are just going to eat them anyway.”