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Transparent Bloviating Pisceae politipundo

Updated on March 6, 2011
Transparent Bloviating Pisceae politipundo
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Note this denizen of the shallows, the Transparent Bloviating Pisceae politipundo.

This creature typically surfaces in the early evenings on cable channels, expelling its foul belches, bubbles and burps of bloviated bile into the ether, potentially poisoning us all. Populations of these fish swell roughly every four years. Scientists are not the only ones to see through specimens of this rampant fishy genus (yes, I said genus, and definitely not genius).

For some as-yet-determined reason, the majority of these creatures seem to lean far right as they surface. Ichthyologists are equally stumped as to why whole schools of P. politipundo appear to be strident, overweight, sanctimonious, wealthy, and of dubious sexual predilections. 


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    • rickzimmerman profile image

      rickzimmerman 6 years ago from Northeast Ohio

      Thanks, supergranny! Hope you enjoy some more.

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      supergranny 6 years ago

      Be afraid...very afraid....I am old but I know that SEO means 'Sure Enough Oscar'! Your post was totally understandable....I now know I am constipated.

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      rickzimmerman 6 years ago from Northeast Ohio

      I think you're onto something . . .

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      Christina M. Castro 6 years ago from Baltimore,MD USA

      Oh My, We should send this fishy creature on a trip into the galaxy on the Pisces IV, so that he can gobble up some of the protozoan life they just found inside the meteors!

      Or maybe we can get some frankenfish to consume this little

      politipundo and we could save our own edible fish population from dwindling.