Hello Cher , thanks for the answer , I tried to find the copy of the film that i had but could not , so I tried the internet and found some clips on youtube , I seen the part you mentioned about the native guy getting stuck in the clam shell . Later on thou you see another 2 native divers going hunting for the treasure ,the large octopus attacks them .One manages to escape the other you see the octopus dragging away into its den/layer what would it do with him?
Thanks for the reply , have saves link on computer till i find my copy of film.if this guy was the diver that the octopus caught were would it wrap it`s tentacles ,once it had him in it`s lair were would it start to feed first ,how much would it be able to eat at one time,how would it eat the area in the trunks would it eat them to ,what would be left once it had finished.
Wow ,very good reply ,would it wrap it`s body around the guys body so that it`s mantel was over the area in the small trunks and then how would it deal with them ,would it use its tentacles to work over the large meat ing the trunks and take position it in it`s mouth for eating . Many many thanks for your fabulous answers ,they really give me inspiration.
would the octopus try and remove the trunks before it started to feed on the guys manhood etc , or just take the lot with the aid of it`s tentacles into it`s mouth .
What all would be found in it`s lair once it had finished feeding on the guys body days/weeks later.
you are very welcome , I am sure that octopus will seek out more tasty male swimmers in tight speedos,as it will have enjoyed the very tasty meat it got out of the tight trunks . I am sure it will concider the meat in any male swimmers tight trunks as a wonderful treat to feast on first ,And become skilled in opening and removing the trunks to get at it ,Do you think as it grows it might be able to swallow that meat hole using its tongue to help swallow it. thanks once more for the great answers