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If a dolphin could flap on land at the speed of a toddler, the other dolphins would praise it the same way we praise Michael Phelps. amirite?

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Flap?

You can't just make up dolphin flapping.

@GnarlyStarwin Flap? You can't just make up dolphin flapping.

I'm sure dolphins would have some pretty harsh descriptions of the way humans "swim"

@contextrip I'm sure dolphins would have some pretty harsh descriptions of the way humans "swim"

This seems a highly debatable matter to pursue, given that you simply can't think of a better word for cetacean land locomotion than "flapping".

What about "scooting"? Or "wriggling"?

I mean, you don't even need a word for this. You could've simply said "if a dolphin could move on land.."

But no, not you. You just wanted to call it flapping. I think that was your actual motive! You want to be the person who gets to name the movement of dolphins upon land.

You know what? Why not just call it "Daniling", you dolphin-movement defining megalomaniac.

Mytokhondrias avatar Mytokhondria Yeah You Are +8Reply
@contextrip How about flopping instead, I think flopping is perfect

Hmm…

The dolphins eagerly flopped across the shifting sands of the desert, toward the mighty pyramids.

It seems ok with them flopping toward something. But otherwise, it seems like the poor dolphins are just flopping around and not getting anywhere.

Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Why is this so funny, I'm smiling like a fool, lol

Kionixs avatar Kionix Yeah You Are +2Reply

Along with raping everyone it flaps by.

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