Nathaniel Stinnet reports a "huge jellyfish" in the Mystic at Charlestown, and it sure looks like one of those sting-y Lion's Mane jellyfish that Hull Police reported a couple days ago.
The water was littered with jellyfish
The proper treatment for jellyfish stings is vinegar. Ignore anyone who tells you to pee on it; that's useless.
Thanks for the tip!
I'm filled with both!
The point isn’t to pee on the stung area of skin, it’s to pee on the jellyfish to teach it a lesson
Make sure to keep your unit far away from the jellyfish's tentacles. Unless you're into that sort of thing.
but this is also futile, as jellyfish are kind of kinky, and don't really mind.
The highly intoxicated woman who ran onto the field at a kids lacrosse game early this morning then proceeded to flash her bits.
Anything is possible in this heat!
Am I alone in wanting pretty much anything BUT alcohol in this heat? Alcohol just makes me warmer and dehydrates me.
but makes you feel warmer in the process. Isn't that how it works? Something about blood vessel dilation in the skin.
That's exactly the mechanism, and it does make you feel warmer initially, but leads to lower body temperature. BUT, alcohol is also a diuretic, which is probably a larger effect.
don’t even tip
Changed "stingy" to "sting-y".
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