This starfish has got buns, hun–and it’s breaking the internet

In a tweet, Twitter user @Babyshoujo shared a photo of a starfish she saw at an aquarium. Amused, she pointed out the two lumps on its back that made it look, well, like a very large backside (*plays Anaconda*). Saw a thicc ass starfish at the aquarium today 😌 pic.twitter.com/NwF0xYabHQ — あかり(AKARI) (@Babyshoujo) June 30, […]

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In a tweet, Twitter user @Babyshoujo shared a photo of a starfish she saw at an aquarium. Amused, she pointed out the two lumps on its back that made it look, well, like a very large backside (*plays Anaconda*).

This, of course, knowing the internet, started making its rounds and people were going nuts over it. References to Patrick Star, the beloved cartoon character of our childhood, were made. As well as an indecent joke here or there. All in all, it was hilarious. And we love a good, funny tweet to cheer us up. (Rise and shine, Twitter netizens!)

Here are a few more funny ones to give your funny bone a tickle.

I’m a goofy goober!

We’re not really surprised that this went viral but the internet’s sense of humor is honestly the best. Thank you, @Babyshoujo, for giving us something we didn’t know we needed. I’m off to rewatch the entirety of the first Spongebob movie now. Because I’m a goofy goober, yeah. You’re a goofy goober, yeah. We’re all goofy goobers, yeah. Goofy, goofy, goober, goober, yeah!

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