Walruses are remarkable creatures. Their large, shiney, tubey shaped tusks give others around them pleasure.
Their blubber is so fat and thick that even a wild polar bear can barely sink its teeth into it. Females look at how strong a male walrus is and how big their tusks are, but i honestly think its all about the blubber.
When a female walrus walks by a male walrus and accidentally rubs against his blubber she is pleasured in many ways.
Walruses hunt like wildabeasts in the glazing summer night. They look for squishy fishies that pleasure their taste buds in the cold, freezing, blue water. Sometimes, these amazing creatures will hide their food underneath their body to warm it up and, in some cases, cook it. Yes, walruses cook their food by laying their fat blubber onto the fishes.
Now, when a baby walrus is born it comes out small and with no tusks. Their eyes are as big as golf ball and they smelll like extremely stinky butthole, but their mothers still love them. But the fathers are a different story. The fathers are so discusted by their nasty, horid babies that they flee the sight, never to be seen again. The mother is then left to feed and care for the fat baby.
In the end of a walruses life, it makes a face, as if it were choking. So imagine the ugliest, most disturbing face ever. The second stage of death is when the walrus layes down and starts to moan like a man during sex. And finnally, the walrus starts to roll all over the place and begins to flail up and down, and side to side until it is dead. But a few seconds before it dies, it pukes all of the food and organs out of its mouth. I highly recommend never letting young children watch the death of a walrus.
So now that you know everything there is about walruses, you have my permission to die. Thank you, and have a nice day.