Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by illogik, 17 Apr 2010.
Thought this was quite funny
Hehe damn chav octopus
Lmao that's the best vid I've seen all year.
haha that was good, but the harsh movement didn't bode well with my hangover!
Shame the octopus was a crap camera man.
lol doesn't beat this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BR6DaBawsZI
HAHAHHAHA, HAHAHAHHAHA HIS FACE LMAO.
That had me in tears , that can't be real surely?, he does a pretty good impression of a psycho dog though to be fair.
Yep, it's real. Went viral over the past couple of weeks
Two ridiculously awesome videos in this thread.
Great little vid. Cheers!
Haha... love the octopus. Is he sure it isn't stuck on his spear at the end though?
Hmmm....and what's our hero Victor Huang doing out with a speargun? So he can kill as marvellous a creature as the one he was filming?
I'd like to take Victor for a ride on his own speargun too.
? As far as I know most divers take spear guns as protection, they aren't solely used to hunt and kill.
Some divers dive with a knife in case of any entanglement, but not a speargun!
Yep, he obviously goes out just killing all the sea life willy nilly, he's like a subaqua version of Pol Pot
I would imagine a speargun is probably handier if you're in waters where there are sharks etc (you can poke much better with a speargun than with a knife, even if you don't intend to fire it).
A knife isn't much good at trying to keep a shark away from you, without risking a hand
Octopusses seem to be quite inquisitive creatures from what I've seen/heard
Fair enough but as Werewolf says, they are used as protection against bigger things.
Most divers take a knife with them and it's mainly used incase of entanglements,not for protection against sharks
not many divers use a speargun, it could be used for protection but I don't think that is their main use
What a sucker, he doesn’t like his picture taken.
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