When I swam in a beautiful lake in Bacalar, Mexico a big fish started following me around
Do you like the film that’s called Big Fish?
I have not seen the film that is called Big Fish. I am woefully inept at watching films.
Edit - damn autocorrect FU my phone
I watched the film called Big Fish three times in the cinema despite not really even liking it that much.
I’m guessing there’s no actual big fish in it then? Unless this was an attempt to conquer your fears of the beasts below?
Can’t really remember if I’m honest even though I saw it three times at the cinema. It’s a very forgettable film.
got stung by a jellyfish in the Atlantic Ocean once, have never gone near an ocean since. Greatly prefer lakes.
Mind if i send this to #accidentalpartridge?
William Hope Hodgson’s nautical stories are so good at conveying the vastness in comparison to human-built crafts, e.g., his description of the storm in The Boats of the Glen Carrig.
And, of course, rogue waves:
I’ve interacted the most with the North Atlantic so it wins by default
North Pacific is the only ocean I’ve ever known, therefore it’s the best.
10/10 good ocean
Got any good north sea facts, wr?
Fact 1: I’ve swam in the north sea twice in the past week
Fact 2: I saw a common minke whale in the north sea a few days ago (this is not related to fact no 1, for the jokesters among you)
Fact 3: These are some fish that live in the north sea:
You’re very welcome!