Are those a bunch of swords behind you?
Did you use them to make the sashimi (pls say yes)?
There needs to be more people eating lionfish we got to kill all those little bastards.
Lionfish can become the next Lobster. For those who do not know the history:
"Lobsters were so abundant in the early days—residents in the Massachusetts Bay Colony found they washed up on the beach in two-foot-high piles—that people thought of them as trash food. It was fit only for the poor and served to servants or prisoners. In 1622, the governor of Plymouth Plantation, William Bradford, was embarrassed to admit to newly arrived colonists that the only food they "could presente their friends with was a lobster ... without bread or anyhting else but a cupp of fair water" (original spelling preserved). Later, rumor has it, some in Massachusetts revolted and the colony was forced to sign contracts promising that indentured servants wouldn’t be fed lobster more than three times a week."
It looks like you're mic'd, was this for a show or something we can watch?
Not sure if anyone has ever told you but you look just like Verne Troyer.
These spiny bastards are native in my area, **incredibly** painful if stepped on, I had no idea they were even edible.
What does it take to prepare them?
I just love that you're a redditor with great OC posts, been a fan of yours since I was young and seeing ya here on Reddit only helps solidify that for me. Keep it up!
Fun fact: My professor once arrested Verne Troyer in Michigan. We didn't believe him, until he brought in pictures.