Sunday, March 01, 2009


The Barramundi fish are a salt and freshwater sport fish, targeted by many (tranny!). They have large silver scales which may become darker or lighter depending on their environment (tranny!).

Barramundi are mainly a summertime fish, but can be caught all year round and may be found frolicking in the mud (tranny!).

Highly prized by anglers for their good fighting abilities (tranny!), they are growing in popularity as a catch-and-release fish (tranny!).

When hooked on a lure, the Barramundi will often clear itself from the water several times throughout the battle and make long, powerful runs. This is what makes it such a popular target and it is believed that when you have caught one, it can become addictive (tranny!).

The species is sequentially hermaphoditic, most individuals maturing as males and then turning to female after maturity (tranny!).

This was a lesson in Eddie's School of Scientific Study.

Disclaimer: These comparisons have no malice intent towards any Transexual reader. It's sole purpose is to blow up your Tranny skirt.


Blogger Mimi said...

I've definitely been schooled :]


6:56 PM  
Blogger RG said...

Ooooooooooh, somebody's is going to get in trouble! Just remember to duck when the size 13 pump comes flying towards your head. :)

8:44 AM  
Blogger RAD said...

My commetns are short and straight to the point? Hope thaty isnt bad... Ok so transexuals are so in right now..they are the "it" thing eh? Thanks for the interesting lesson. :-)

10:32 AM  
Blogger Crazy Eddie said...

Mimi: Glad to school you my darling.

RG: I know, I must look over my shoulder now. Don't want to get clocked by Anna Rexia and Patty O'Furniteur.

RAD: Nothing wrong with short and straight to the point (yes there is). Just kidding bro.

PS. This post was done for a laugh. I love everyone.

12:21 PM  
Blogger Marko said...


Yes there are actually alot of species of Marine fish that will change sex as well, it ensures species survival. Nature is fascinating!

12:39 PM  
Blogger RG said...

Don't forget Lynn Nolium and Formica Dynette, not to mention the Mayor of Provincetown Lynn Guisa.

4:29 PM  
Blogger WAT said...

Um, wow. I had no idea the ocean waters had such a fascinating inhabitant.

"when you have caught one, it can become addictive"

This has so many interpretations, but I will just explain it to myself as, they make awesome funny friends?!

1:50 PM  
Blogger molly said...

oooh thanks prof. eddie!
you should start your own eddie nye the science guy!
id watch that :)

4:38 PM  
Blogger myblackfriendsays said...

I'm so glad to see that you are blogging again! I was organizing my list of blogs recently, deleting all the ones I didn't read/hadn't been updated in a long time, and I came to yours. Something made me say, "keep this one" and lo and behold--you're back! This makes me happy (:

4:42 PM  
Blogger Crazy Eddie said...

Marko: Nature is amazing. Just think of all the creatures we haven't even discovered yet...

RG: LMAO... how about Iona Sextoy and Rachel Tension. These two broads got my back...

Molly: All in fun babe. I may be in education, but jeez... I'm not Marine Biologist. Ok... maybe just for the Tranny fish.

WAT: I totally meant everything I said. Tranny's are addictive. Never slept with one, but their company is truly amazing.

Myblackfriendsays: I tried several times to leave a comment on your blog, but I just don't get those crazy comment profile things. I choose a profile, and then it asks me to type in the coded letter, but there are no coded letters, just the word "Loading..."

Maybe I've completely lost my mind? Anyway, here is my comment to your latest blog entry:

I couldn't have said it better myself. Your articulation expresses what I've been feeling for so long.

As for Bobby Jindal - I must say, that although I respect the guy's decision to assimilate by using the name Bobby, I do feel its a sad thing to even have the yearning to assimilate in the first place. Sure, we have every right to do what is necessary to live a comfortable life in general, but isn't that part of the issue to begin with? If more folks with ethnic backgrounds choose not to shy away from their given names, wouldn't the average American become desensitized after some time?

I always contemplate the notion of assimilation in terms of ethnicity (excluding assimilation to your present country's language) and wonder if Bobby Jindal in particular assimilated with pure intentions. I sometimes wonder if maybe deep down inside he has some issue with his Indian heritage. Maybe that's why he embraces the Republican party with such open arms.

Loved your thought-provoking post and I'm so happy you dropped me a comment. I haven't blogged for over a year because I had lost complete interest in this medium, but just recently I felt that little fire burning in my soul again. Reading posts like yours is worth the comeback.


5:51 PM  
Blogger myblackfriendsays said...

I posted your comment as anonymous so I could share your wisdom with my readers (:

3:35 PM  

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