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water-of-the-bong: ninjanaomi: otherwindow: otherwindow: Iconic seafarer beards became a trend to scare away pesky mermaids. Mermaid, seeing a bald pirate: Zero threat…!Mermaid, seeing a hairy, bearded pirate: If I get too close their face tentacles will eat me…! Most mermaids only grow short beards as not to scare baby mermaids (longer beards look like the tentacled mouths of hungry squids and octopuses). Pirates use this innate fear to their advantage to protect themselves from mermaids, hence the iconic beards and hat: I like how this is presented as factual information because it is : chwistopher @Loudwindow Mermaids typically have long and colorful hair because it's not hair at all. Humans often forget that aquatic biology still greatly affects a mermaid's "human" upper body; mermaid hair is similar to catfish whiskers dubbed "barbels", which act as sturdy, scaled, sensory limbs. Chwistopher @Loudwindow Mermaid: [brushes hair] Human: We're not so different after all:) Mermaid hair: [comes alive and hugs human friend] Human: Hmm water-of-the-bong: ninjanaomi: otherwindow: otherwindow: Iconic seafarer beards became a trend to scare away pesky mermaids. Mermaid, seeing a bald pirate: Zero threat…!Mermaid, seeing a hairy, bearded pirate: If I get too close their face tentacles will eat me…! Most mermaids only grow short beards as not to scare baby mermaids (longer beards look like the tentacled mouths of hungry squids and octopuses). Pirates use this innate fear to their advantage to protect themselves from mermaids, hence the iconic beards and hat: I like how this is presented as factual information because it is

water-of-the-bong: ninjanaomi: otherwindow: otherwindow: Iconic seafarer beards became a trend to scare away pesky mermaids. Mermaid,...

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