Feed Dump: Trains, Heads and Lobsters

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Is it just me or was kate somehow prettier than usual?
New haircut maybe?

It would have been funny in the end if Graham does that whole serious ending with hat, pauses for a sec, and then eats a triscuit. I was waiting for him to do that because they referenced them throughout the show.

Graham_LRR:
Trains, Heads and Lobsters

This week we learn how to get a head in O'Hare.

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As someone who works in the lobster industry, I'd like to explain the tail notch. Its not that its illegal to take female lobsters, in fact my company has customers who will only ordered females but it is illegal to take eggers (female lobsters who are ready to lay eggs, which you can tell because the underside of the tail will be covered with eggs). When a fisherman catches an egger, their suppose to cut a notch in the shape of a V in the tail and throw it back. The notch tells anyone else who catches that lobster, that she's a breeder and that she gets a free pass until she molts.

Of course there are those, when they catch eggers, scrap the eggs off with a brush, which is illegal and makes them scumbags.

That cleaning lady now got a job as a traindriver at SJ, they are very happy.

http://svenskbladet.se/sverige/index.php?alias=sl_staderska_blir_lokforare_pa_sj.html

Graham_LRR:
Trains, Heads and Lobsters

This week we learn how to get a head in O'Hare.

Watch Video

I'll be in O'Hare Airport in 2 weeks, totally going to find someone and ask about the heads.

Don't you lie to me, Graham.

Don't you dare.

Don't.

Kate was hilarious in this one.

Great episode, guys.

Thousand Island is indeed a mysterious secret sauce...

And apparently that cleaning lady didn't mean to steal a train, she just started it accidentally...

Wait... how did the people that caught those female lobsters in the first place who put the notches on their tails tell they were female if a notch on the tail is needed to be able to tell?

TheOrb:
... The Hell's a triscuit?
And it either pesto OR hummous, IT CAN'T BE BOTH!

Hummus... with pesto in it?

One of Many:

Graham_LRR:
Trains, Heads and Lobsters

This week we learn how to get a head in O'Hare.

Watch Video

As someone who works in the lobster industry, I'd like to explain the tail notch. Its not that its illegal to take female lobsters, in fact my company has customers who will only ordered females but it is illegal to take eggers (female lobsters who are ready to lay eggs, which you can tell because the underside of the tail will be covered with eggs). When a fisherman catches an egger, their suppose to cut a notch in the shape of a V in the tail and throw it back. The notch tells anyone else who catches that lobster, that she's a breeder and that she gets a free pass until she molts.

Of course there are those, when they catch eggers, scrap the eggs off with a brush, which is illegal and makes them scumbags.

That's really neat!

The article I was reading didn't explain that very clearly at all, so thanks for the better explanation!

In Which It Turns Out Kate Knows Nothing

I thought the heads had been dispatched. You can carry the bodies in the carrion luggage.

The small animal scenario made me remember the Disney movie's "The Rescuers"! :D

How did that Italian get past the border? O.o

Hey, LRR crew:

Not only you are the funniest people on the nets, but you are all (without exception) very adorable people! Is it a Canadian thing, or something in the water? There is a quality to your videos that transmits an easygoing atmosphere, like it is more a pleasure than a job working together.

I send you my votes of another great year of comedy for you and us, your spectators.

Oh, by the way, Kate is so cute in this one!

I love Paul so much... XD

Paul seemed extra zany in this one... he seemed pretty high, in fact. Another epic FD!

Anyone else hungry for some Hummus?

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