Looks like the fish is suffering from “foot in mouth disease.”
And be sure to tune in tomorrow when Mr. Fish invents the footstool!
The evolution of the politician.
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Mutations gone wrong!
Hasn’t even left the water, and already put its foot in its mouth?
Major mutant! Is this the start of a Fast Talker???
Great…hope he doesn’t develop Athlete’s Tongue!
Foot in mouth disease
Just wait until he reproduces 3 offspring. Then his family will have evolved by a yard.
Not all changes are progress.
A-H-H-H-, so THAT’S where that mutation started. . .SO good to know. . .and I really laughed. . .THAKS!
He’s found his sole mate!
This is why you should not play near power plants.
So exactly where is the nuclear reactor this guy was born near.
It’s waiting to show itself….then I can walk away…
Just another branch on the tree of evolution.
I think that what’s going on here is the discovery of a uvula that resembles the “almost leg/foot” he has. He’s evolving in more than one area.
Now that is one in-grown toenail! ☺
These guys must be around the bikini atoll.
Sure – just go in there a little closer and check it out…
If he’s swallowed one foot, he’s one of my ancestors, as I put my foot in my mouth on a regular basis…..
Foot in mouth?
Sometimes it takes awhile to get that evolution thing worked out.
And for years I thought it is called a uvula
Foot in mouth disease?
Good grief. Can’t you folks se that you are destroying your country with your imbecilic divisions? Let’s enjoy the cartoon for what it is.
Foot-and-mouth disease, never heard of it in Wisconsin since I quit listing to The Morning Agricultural Report on PBS radio in the early ’50s.
Born with your foot in your mouth. I’ve thought that about me at times.
All this talk of putting your foot in your mouth made me wonder where that idiom came from. I did some googling, and found this:
Definition: To say something embarrassing or inconsiderate, especially at an inappropriate moment.
This expression first appeared in the late-1800s. Another common way to say this is to put one’s foot in one’s mouth. Some sources suggest that it is derived from to put one’s foot in it. This earlier expression means to do something embarrassing. It may come from the mistake of putting one’s foot in mud or feces. The newer version, to put one’s foot in one’s mouth, may have developed to specifically mean doing something embarrassing through one’s speech.
A variant, foot in mouth disease, appeared around the mid-twentieth century. This variant is a play on words that relates to the disease foot and mouth disease. The medical disease affects animals with hooves, such as cows, pigs, and sheep.
Fishy needs to cut it off. Gets in the way of swimming.
Those early tries of evolution were sometimes pretty footloose.