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97828 No.572  

Otters love their buckets.

>> No.573  
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Seems like a good way to catch an otter. Just put a bucket somewhere and wait for one to sit in it.

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>>577

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>>579

>> No.583  

>>573
Why would you want to catch an otter? You just need to befriend an otter, and then you can offer him a bucket as a gift.

>> No.585  

>>583 To befriend him of course.

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Silly otter! Buckets aren't for eating.

>> No.627  

>>625 It looks like he's just really happy about his bucket.

>> No.645  

>>580 whoa turtle otter :o

>> No.646  

>>645 undercover ott

>> No.648  

>>646
Why is he undercover? Is he a secret agent otter?

>> No.649  

>>648 Metal Gear Solid otter. Maybe on a mission to eat turtles and then have more fun with his bucket.

>> No.652  
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Otter transportation

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Otter waiting for his turn in the bucket.

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>>673

>> No.717  

>>673
What a polite gentleman

>> No.718  

>>674
Where does one otter end and the other otter begin?

>> No.720  

>>718 Do otters have an end?

>> No.722  

>>720
I certainly hope not

>> No.741  

>>718 It's an Otterborous (or, from another angle, a torroid)
>>720 Otters = Permanent
There will never be an end to Otters.
They are a self-renewing resource.

>> No.745  

>>652
Wow, what a smart way to transport otters. Can I sign up to be an otter transportation operator(bucket carrier)?

>> No.777  

>>741 How do you know that?
Last 100 years, otters almost disappeared.
People had to fix their homes for them.

>> No.780  

It's otters all the way down.

>> No.781  

>>780
Ever seen an otter shaped cloud?

>> No.797  

>>777

>Last 100 years, otters almost disappeared.

And yet, today they persist.
In fact, thanks to internet replication, today otters are more populous than ever.
Otters faced down extinction and won; now they're unstoppable.
In fact, the great threat to their survival - humanity, through hunting and habitat destruction - have, thanks to excellent propaganda from Otter High Command, been transformed into otters' greatest allies.
Now that a critical mass of humans have been awakened to the true glory of otters, the otters' greatest enemy has turned into their best friend and strongest protector.
Just more evidence of the superiority, & permanence, of otters.

>> No.1171  

>>797
They are still declining... We have to do more to protect them.

>> No.1172  

>>745
You could, but you must ask yourself:
Are you transporting the otter, or is the otter transporting you?

>> No.1184  

>>1171
If we are willing to protect them, we may find ourselves surprised by their ability to protect us.
>>1172
The Original Paradox.
& the heart of the mater.

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Otter in the bucket.

>> No.1911  

>>1909
You can take the otter out of the bucket, but you can't take the bucket out of the otter.

>> No.1918  

>>1911

>You can take the otter out of the bucket

Have you ever tried to remove an otter from a bucket? Very difficult task

>> No.1919  

>>1918
Difficult, but not impossible. Just offer him a tasty snack and he won't resist.

>> No.1925  

>>1911
Otter bucket mentality

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Ain't nothing better than a bucket, except for a bucket with leaves.

Pic from Kansas City Zoo

>> No.1946  

>>653
That really stacks my buckets

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>>1936
How about a bucket with snow?

>> No.2027  

>>2023
Depends on the season.

>> No.2028  

>>2027
Autumn: Leaf bucket
Winter: Snow bucket
Spring: ?
Summer: ?

>> No.2029  

>>2023
They look like plush toys!

>>2028
Summer could be a flower bucket! Or fruits?

>> No.2031  

>>780
It's otters all the way up (to the brim)

>> No.2032  

>>2029
Seems like otters would enjoy anything if it's in a bucket.

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What do you call a square bucket?

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>>2098
A square bucket is called a box.

>> No.2136  

>>2127
And an otter in a box is called a boxtter

>> No.2137  

>>2136
So is a otter in a bucket called a bucketter?

>> No.2142  

>>2137
That would make logical sense to me

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A box with otters in it is called a otterbox.

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Hmm, maybe otters like buckets because they make good hiding places, similar to hollow logs which otters also like?

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Accidents can happen.

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Otters love their buckets.

>> No.2241  

>>1925

>Otter bucket mentality

When otters are in a bucket, none of them will try to get out because it's too much fun in the bucket

>> No.2271  

>>2202 I believe that may have been on purpose

>> No.3115  

>>2240
Otter's gonna take that bucket for a swim. otters like to have alone time with their buckets.

>> No.3116  

>>3115
I like to believe this was a two otter job, where the first one deliberately distracted the human so the second could execute the grab. A well planned otter heist.

>> No.3117  

>>3116 Perhaps. Or maybe the second otter just saw a good opportunity to grab that bucket. Not planned, but well executed.

>> No.3118  

>>3117
Though have to say otters seem like animals that are enough in tune with each other to plan complex things like that. They'd be able to solve problems together like (how do we steal the guy's bucket without him noticing).



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