Main Entry: mol·lusk Variant(s): or mol·lusc /'mä-l&sk/ Function: noun Etymology: French mollusque, from New Latin Mollusca, from Latin, neuter plural of molluscus thin-shelled (of a nut), from mollis Date: 1783 : any of a large phylum (Mollusca) of invertebrate animals (as snails, clams, or squids) with a soft unsegmented body usually enclosed in a calcareous shell; broadly : SHELLFISH
Main Entry: lus·cious Pronunciation: 'l&-sh&s Function: adjective Etymology: Middle English lucius, perhaps alteration of licius, short for delicious Date: 15th century 1 a : having a delicious taste or smell : SWEET b archaic : excessively sweet : CLOYING 2 : sexually attractive : SEDUCTIVE, SEXY 3 a : richly luxurious or appealing to the senses b : excessively ornate
puddinhed is the maintainer. Her best friends are sea slugs and cuttlefish, but she secretly wishes to swing through the air on a rope of mucus with her beloved, like the Great Grey Slug, Limax maximus.
If you like a variety of textures (crunchies and crispies along with the squishies) check out eyeawry's community invertebrates. I also highly recommend the rss feed pharyngula.