And having our thoughts focused on a blubbery
sea mammal made us hungry.
This pattern is consistent with killer whales preferring the soft, blubbery
harbour seal, but gradually "fishing down" the food chain, resorting to whatever they could catch.
Hunters favored bowheads' meat and blubbery
skin, and large profits were made from the sale of their oil, baleen, and whale bone, which was used for corsets, buggy whips, watch springs, and fishing rods.
Typically carefree moments are found in "Metaphor of the Morning," in which we read "The morning is as clean and bright / as a freshly shaved cheek splashed with water / and rubbed with a new white towel" or in "Medieval Salad Bowl," in which we read "I don't see why I can't dive into that salad bowl / and rough up the lettuce, shaking my blubbery
jowls / and uttering great guttural growls, Grrr.
However, those who venture too close risk the ire of big, blubbery
bulls that dive in and swim full steam toward the intruders.
Ocean pout slither from rock to rock, seaweed patch to seaweed patch, their blubbery
lips ready to wrap around any unsuspecting crab.
Florida's giant manatees are curiously gentle sea creatures -- whiskered, slow moving, and blubbery
, with spatula-shaped tails, fingernailtipped flippers, and thick gray skin.
Like a stream of massive torpedoes, thousands of blubbery
dynamos are making a southwest migration through the icy Arctic Ocean.
mantle is striped and spotted with the blue, purple and green colors of healthy symbiotic algaes, giving it the look of a fashion model posing in a cemetery.
If you saw their big, blubbery
bodies then, you'd know .
Two weird clowns--a blubbery
henchman and a trench-coated spook--present these attractions with the air of sideshow barkers.
Dragging myself up the beach like an asthmatic seal that had just fought off a killer whale I collapsed on the beach a blubbery
, bloody, retching mess.
FAG drooping from blubbery
lips set amid her bovine face, she shambled down the street with, on a lead, a dog that almost looked every bit as vicious as its owner.
So instead of gulping down a blubbery
snack, the shark came powering out the water with the seal balanced on its snout - and amazingly the seal got away.
When that blubbery
arbiter of good culinary taste Monsieur Michelin publishes his next guide in the autumn, Adam's Restaurant will join the three Birmingham establishments that already hold stars.