the ocean is 6 miles deep


1 Don’t Save Me (Cyril Hahn Remix) by Haim
2 Bliss by The Maine
3 Paris by Magic Man
4 We’re The Kids by Parade Of Lights
5 Easy Now by Sir Sly
6 Settle Down by The 1975
7 Young Hearts by Strange Talk
8 All Of The People by Panama Wedding
9 Miracle Mile by Cold War Kids
10 Shot At The Night by The Killers
11 Punching In A Dream by The Naked And Famous
12 Orange County by Swim Deep
13 Got To My Head by Waters
14 Young by Air Review
15 All Night by Icona Pop
16 Miracle by Ghost Beach
17 Mason Jar by Smallpools
18 Lonesome Dreams by Lord Huron
19 We Move Like The Ocean by Bad Suns
20 A Sky Full Of Stars by Coldplay

check out this playlist on my 8tracks which is paigehahs

Submarine quotes

Aries: fuckin’ hell, you’re a serial killer

Taurus: I often wonder how people would react to my death

Gemini: my mum gave a handjob to a mystic

Cancer: my eyes are probably red, I was crying earlier

Leo: why don’t you go fuck yourself, you fucking big gay

Virgo: how deep is the ocean?

Libra: this is the time where you leave him and come with me

Scorpio: thanks for living on a fuckin’ hill

Sagittarius: you look mentally retarded

Capricorn: the ocean is 6 miles deep

Aquarius: i can’t let principles stand in the way of progress

Pisces: i’ve got a big heart

OK, this Pokemon subspecies thing may be the coolest bandwagon I’ve ever jumped upon. I may make more of these sometime, when I get the time…

The inspiration of this pic was this one, which inspired me to think about what an actual Wailmer would look like with orca markings, as well as the fact that to me, an orca Wailmer would evolve into a sperm Wailord. And then I decided to do some other whale species as well.

Orca Wailmer/Sperm Wailord have teeth in their lower jaw, as well as the baleen found in all Wailmers/Wailords. This allows them to take on larger prey than the schools of small swimming Pokemon that other subspecies usually eat. Orca Wailmer are intelligent and are frequently seen swimming together, using a collective Surf to knock Seels and Sealeos off their iceberg perches. More aggressive than other Wailmer, Orca Wailmer are the hardest to keep in captivity, and frequently suffer from emotional stress if kept for too long in aquarium tanks or other small bodies of water.

Which is to say nothing of Sperm Wailord, which are capable of fighting and preying on giant Tentacruel and can dive up to 6 miles below the ocean surface to hunt them down. (For comparison, the Marinara Trench, the deepest marine canyon on Earth, is nearly 7 miles deep.) Sperm Wailord are famously protective of their young, and will encircle newly birthed Orca Wailmers with their powerful tails facing outwards if threatened by intruding Orca Wailmers (which will cannibalize infants from other pods if possible). Sperm Wailord were once persecuted by ‘Wailers’ for their meat, blubber, and cranial oil, and their vicious defense was immortalized in one of the most famous works of historical Pokemon literature.

I also did several more subspecies based on two porpoises and two baleen whales. The Dall’s Wailmer is a streamlined and fast-moving subspecies, with a distinctive color scheme not unlike the Orca Wailmer but feeds primarily on Remoraid, Feebas, and other small fish. It’s also endangered, frequently subject to both hunting and accidental bycatch in fishing nets. As for the Harbour Wailmer, it is one of the smallest Wailmer subspecies, and frequently stays close to coastal areas and may even venture into rivers, making it easy to catch and train. In areas where both Dall’s and Harbour Wailmer live, their pods are known to mingle.

Right Wailord were targeted by wailers even more than Sperm Wailord, due to their abundant blubber which makes them float upon death; an urban legend claims that their right side always faced upward postmortem, hence the name. Their distinctive curved upper jaws have large growths caused by tiny, parasitic Binacles; they also have a distinctive V-shaped spray upon surfacing.

Gray Wailord are named for their grayish skin tone, with whitish streaks on their backs and faces. These markings vary between individuals, with no two Gray Wailord having the exact same pattern. Another frequently hunted subspecies, Gray Wailord are almost as aggressive in their defense as Sperm Wailord, and because they migrate frequently, they can only be held in captivity for several months at a time.


Oliver Tate: Ask me how deep the ocean is.

Jordana Bevan: Shut up.

Oliver Tate: Come on, just ask me.

Jordana Bevan: Why?

Oliver Tate: ‘Cause I know the answer.

Jordana Bevan: Oh! Do you?

Oliver Tate: Yes, I do.

Jordana Bevan: How deep is the ocean?

Oliver Tate: I’m not gonna say.

Jordana Bevan: I’m brokenhearted.

Oliver Tate: The ocean is six miles deep.

Jordana Bevan: Good.