Tipster Kathy tells us: “My 5 year old and I went to Mission Chinese Food/Lung Shan yesterday for takeout and my daughter noticed this critter in the gutter, alive and scooting along.”
Alive and Scooting.
Making a run for Mission Creek?
Did you leave it there? Stage a daring mission to bring it back to the ocean? Wait, do lobsters even come from the Pacific? Can Mission Mission start fundraising to buy this guy a plane ticket to Maine? No wild animal wants to die in a gutter on Mission Street.
I think that’s a crawfish actually. Still, profoundly depressing — I hope you rescued the little guy…
I think ending up on a plate would be a bit more depressing, but that’s just me.
definitely a crawfish. Lobster do live in all the worlds oceans. However, the lobster of your dreams and preconceived notions is largely limited to the Atlantic.
Scoop that fucker up and put him in my Ma Po Tofu!
I just want to say that I have been obsessed with this post all week. Weather it was fake, a lobster or crawdad..never saw crawdads that big back home in the crik. Which lead to conversing about it Facebook and studying up on Mission Creek which lead to me the reading about the Armory…which led me back to kink.
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