I’ve heard of LOLcats, but a LOLwalrus???

This image is doing the rounds and going viral.

It’s said to have been taken aboard a Russian submarine, although judging by the bird droppings on the tail fin and deck, the sub hasn’t been to sea in a while.  Be that as it may, it didn’t take long for someone to do a LOLcat (LOLwalrus?) treatment of the picture.

Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen critters on submarines.  There was that rogue SEAL team a few years ago . . .



  1. Actually, that Russian sub could have been in port less than a week. She's really clean. You'd be amazed at how much birdpoop shows up on a black submarine hull.

    Oh, and that's an ordinary access hatch. Too small to be cruise or ballistic missiles, not to mention it's one the centerline of the hull.

    I hated those [expletives deleted] "boat turds"!

  2. That's the back end of an Oscar. Lass SSGN. But correct, not a missile tube. Oscars carry missiles in port and starboard tubes up forward.

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