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No Feet On The Table!: Pet Clam Licking Salt Off Table

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One time I licked a cross-walk button and the girl next to me puked, true story.

This is a video of somebody's pet clam licking salt off the table. That's not it's tongue that comes out though, that's its foot. That's why my title makes so much cents. "You mean sense." Are you shore? No word if this is actually somebody's pet clam, or if it was a clam they were gonna eat and decided to have some fun with first. Also, as somebody in the Youtube comments pointed out, "You live a wasted life if you don't glue some googly eyes to this thing and film it again." Truer words have never been spoken. I have no idea if salt is bad for a clam the way it is a slug or snail but they do live in salt water so, I dunno, maybe they like licking salt like horses do. Seahorses do. Nope? Not gonna give it to me huh? Fine. But seriously, who has a pet clam anyways -- they just sit there. "Don't you have a pet rock?" Stoney? What about him? "Doesn't he just sit there?" Hell no, Stoney is an adventurer! Aren't you, Stoney? "Throw me throw a window." *CRASH!* The neighbors hate him.

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to Clark, who has pet grass and sometimes Stoney and them go on play-dates.

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  • "Throw me throw a window." Anyone else bothered by that?

  • Just so everyone is aware, that clam is not eating the salt.
    the thing you are seeing is a foot, the clam is trying to get away from the salt, but in turn ends up slowly killing itself by dehydration.

    you're watching an animal be tortured.

  • lorobird

    Yeah. It's pretty awful.

  • Emmitt Morgans

    Videos of clams usually get taken off of YT due to them containing 'inappropriate content'... but I think this video is actually more risque than most of those.

  • Here's one that's working http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

  • Awe man, not even this one is working! Wah wah... guess I'll have to get my salt licking kicks elsewhere.

  • CerebralZombie

    Why won't Youtube let us see the clam!?

  • YouTube removed the vid. That sucks.

  • Oz Baxter

    The original video is still on YouTube. I think they're pulling copycats uploading the original vid...

  • ahill

    Maybe the clam is just trying to get the hell off the table and into some water, you think?

  • This is the trailer for the next full lenght movie based on a children's game: Mr. Mouth.

  • Fonix

    But clams don't eat salt...

  • Mostafa Alattar

    Missed opportunity. Should have stuck googly eyes to the shell, then it would be the best video ever.

  • Guest

    For an instant million views, also add a top hat!!!

  • Honestly couldnt be faker....or gayer.

  • This video would be classified as porn in Japan.

  • Cole Carey

    Man! That is weird...

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