Which fish would you prefer to be slapped with?
I snapped on the thread expecting a genuine poll, with color bars. But, alas...
hmm.. I am surprised it posted before I finshed the poll..
Slapping newcomers with exotic fish is a better alternative than releasing them in the wild.
In fact, come to think of it, we probably shouldn't release exotic fish into the wild, either. http://nas.er.usgs.gov/taxgroup/fish/docs/dont_rel.asp
Oh, wait. The poll just posted and armored catfish isn't one of the options. Never mind.
I've heard of Armoured Hotdogs, but never Armoured Catfish.
The only "armor" I want on my catfish is deep-fried cornmeal batter.
I see Sea Bass has taken an early lead.
We do always seem to run out of it.
Octopus as long as one gets hit by the head end (its nice and squishy) and not the tenticle end.
I heard there is a youtube video of an octopus eating a shark at the Seattle Aquarium. We might need to rethink octopus. I'd hate to have a new member eaten during their welcome ceremony.
Yes, and they can also contain dangerous levels of mercury.
No... I love sea bass.
Enuma, have you been properly fish slapped, or did you sneak in through the upper forum?
My first two choices (snapper and grouper) weren't there so I went with the 3rd (flounder).
Your not supposed to eat red snapper ( my favorite) because they've been over fished. Now they try to sell you something called "redfish". :grumpy:
Herring....they're very small. A bit oily, sure, but I can shower afterward.
FDA data says a Chilean sea bass measured in 2004 had one of the highest Mercury levels ever recorded in fish (2.18). Other measurements of sea bass are lower; it looks like as a group swordfish tops all.
And, no, I was never properly slapped. :disappointed:
No wonder they told me to "beet it" when I ordered one.
I used the raw flounder, I hope that was your choice.
You are now officially a PF member.
That hit the spot...
May I have another one?
That's the spirit!
*slaps lisab with a tenny tiny little herring* fwip fwip fwip fwip
Get him MIH!!!
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