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13 Images To Surprise You With Uncomfortable Levels Of Nope

Don't look a gift turtle in the mouth. Specifically a leatherneck turtle. Here's a collection of images from history and today of seriously unsettling realities. You wouldn't like to think that centipedes could get that big, but they do. NOPE.

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Craigslist ad of a turtle for sale that someone wrote PROM? on in order to ask a girl out but it didn't work.
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If anyone goes to buy this turtle off Craigslist, be sure those crushed dreams are included as listed.

Woman Posts Engagement Photos With Life-Size Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Balloon Leonardo
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Turtle love is bodacious, dude!

That's what Jenn Kaminski, a self-described "unemployed creative" in LA, wants you to know. She's found true love, which just happens to be in the shape of a life-size Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Leonardo balloon.

The happy couple posted their announcement on Facebook this week in a set of hilarious engagement photos.

"Me and my bae decided to take a couple's photo shoot today. I think we look great," Kaminski wrote.

With the help of three of her friends, Kaminski was able to capture these precious moments forever. But why did they go through all of this trouble?

"We simply had a birthday balloon, an overabundance of free time and too many engagement photos in our Newsfeeds," they wrote.

Best wishes on your impending nuptials, Jenn and Leonardo. May your life be filled with years and years of pizza!

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From Laughing Squid:

Dr. Carsten Plischke, a veterinarian in Enger, Germany used leftover bricks of his son's LEGO set to fashion a temporary "wheelchair" for a pet tortoise named Blade whose legs were weakened due to a growth disorder. The "wheelchair" was then placed onto Blade's belly to allow him to scoot around while giving the support he needs as his legs grow stronger.