It is a common sight in winter to see octopi hanging out to dry along sidewalks in the town of Toba (Mie prefecture), according to the caption for this image from the Toba Photo Gallery.
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awesome. so big. i saw this in Naoshima last year!
Now THAT'S a pink tentacle!
Looks like a face hugger.
Dried octopus makes for a good snack, but they're also excellent for barbeques.
Aliens Aliens Aliens around us ;)
I think so too. It's also good when you cook them directly on the stove.
Mmm > Tako sushi.
Wow those guys are cool looking! You see stuff like that in small seaside towns all the time. Here's some squid drying in Toyama prefecture:
oops here's the photo URL: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/116/286689641_cfa310f2d0.jpg
Paying respects to the old ones.
Octopusses not octopi. The word is Greek not Latin.
Of course "Octopusses hung out to dry" doesn't rhyme...
Steve, get your facts straight. Watch this video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFyY2mK8pxk - and suck it, you ignorant fool. ;-)
Is it wrong that I kinda' want to fuck it?
Um, octopuses don't actually have tentacles, they have arms. Just saying.
The correct plural term for octopus is octopodes.
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