Sawfish Look Like 'They're Not Buying Your B*llshit Excuses'
If you've ever come home from a night out later than you said you would to your significant other, you're likely to have come across this face before; if you've ever worked in a restaurant, you will definitely have seen this face before.
Sawfish have been going viral thanks to their weirdly p*ssed off faces. I'm still on the fence about whether I find them terrifying or cute, so I'll leave you to make your own mind up on that one - but there's no denying they look absolutely fuming at life.
In my opinion, they look like they're called Karen, they DEFINITELY send food back in the restaurant with the hope of getting some knocked off the bill and they always want to speak to the manager. Either that or someone's had a botched lip filler nightmare.
A guy on Twitter thought they looked like they're 'Not Buying Your B*llshit Excuses', and everyone has had a say.
Sawfish look like they don't buy your bullshit excuses pic.twitter.com/9pf50B6GzE
- Tom Chivers (@TomChivers) June 26, 2019
In true internet style, people have been drawing all kinds of comparisons to the creepy sea creature. A whole load of them have said that it looks like one of Noel Fielding's creations on the Mighty Boosh - I can picture that. Others are saying it looks like it might be the inspiration behind Roz from Monsters Inc and to be fair, the resemblance is uncanny.
When I accidentally open the front camera- YaMesutYa (@yenyoc) June 26, 2019
Oh my god they're all called Rhonda.- Chaz Hutton (@chazhutton) June 26, 2019
At a minimum, one of these is Noel Fielding in a mask- King Jobbie (@kingjobbie) June 26, 2019
Nature's way of saying "oh, really?"- HTD (@HuwTD) June 26, 2019
When you have a goddamn chainsaw for a nose, you don't have to- Paul Milovanov (@wooglooskr) June 26, 2019
These sawfish all want to speak to the manager. At once https://t.co/QQON7wMhO9
- (@_shivampathak) June 26, 2019
Although they might look furious and also dangerous, thanks to that massive saw on their head, unlike Karen, they're actually docile and harmless to humans. I wouldn't go capturing one though, as when captured they can inflict serious injuries by defending themselves and thrashing the saw from side-to-side.
The animals were endangered because of extensive fishing, but thanks to bans that have been put in place the population is said to be starting to bounce back.
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