Chameleon Tries To Tongue-Grab Girl's Eyeball

February 27, 2018



This is a video of Youtuber Phil Sylvia's daughter hanging out with her pet veiled chameleon Tuney when the lizard decides her eyeball should be in its mouth. Unfortunately, the eyeball proved difficult prey and remained in the socket. Chameleons are so weird. Like, do we know for sure they aren't from outerspace? And frogs -- don't even get me started on them. They spend the beginning of their lives as tadpoles and the rest trying to convince you they're princes and you should kiss them. I can't even tell you how many frogs I've kissed. "And?" And, okay, a handful of turtles. "That's not what I meant." I know what you meant, I just felt like opening up a little.

Keep going for the video (it's worth slowing the speed down to watch in slow motion). Also, Phil says that Tuney was unharmed during the incident although I bet his daughter has some sort of funky eye infection now.

Thanks to Bailey, who agrees you should never trust anyone who can move their eyes independently.

  • The_Wretched

    Awe Yeah.

  • Bling Nye

    I dunno, looks to me like the chameleon got the eye out, so I'm just going to assume the girl died shortly after the video ended. Chameleons, once they get a taste for human flesh, are insatiable.

  • GeneralDisorder

    It's not actually a chameleon. It's a basilisk.

  • Bling Nye

    It's a trick. Get an ax.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Will she ever learn to film horizontally though? Tune in next week, kids, to find out!

    (***SPOILER*** - no. She won't. You can't cure stupid.)

  • GeneralDisorder

    Doesn't stupid reduce with age?

  • TheQiwiMan

    For some maybe, but sadly, there are quite a few old people in AntiFa, for example. So some stupidity is obviously terminal.

  • Jenness

    This really has everything that sucks in vertical video in one tiny clip.

  • TheQiwiMan
  • Jenness
  • PUNX

    no everything, there's not any techno music in the background blasting your eardrums out.

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