Pancake arthopods


11 Responses to “Pancake arthopods”

  1. Paul Renault says:

    Me, I make my pancakes in the shape of echinarachnius.  After some years, I’ve gotten pretty good at it. 

    Sometimes though, if I’m not careful, they end up looking like clypeaster or even sea biscuits – specifically Purity’s.

  2. Hanglyman says:

    All this time I thought “praying mantis” was incorrect and that it was really “preying mantis”. Wikipedia says otherwise. Thank you, bizarre pancakes, for showing me the error of my ways.

  3. OldBrownSquirrel says:

    I assume the tongue-eating louse is this one?

  4. anon0mouse says:

    Pancakeist?  That’s a thing?  Man!  Now THAT’S how you kick unemployment in the nuts!

  5. Chentzilla says:

    Crunchy? I thought pancakes shouldn’t be…

    • ryuthrowsstuff says:

      When you make thin or layered details like what you see here you tend to get crunchy pancakes.

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  7. Tesserazoa says:

    My Ediacaran medusoids don’t seem so special anymore. . .

  8. austinhamman says:

    i can barely make disk shaped pancakes…

  9. DewiMorgan says:

    Multiple levels of delight, here.
    First, the pancakes themselves.
    But also the fact that they have multiple friends who have favorite athropods.

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