The bareback impaler is among the most common of cephalopodic adaptations. This monster may be found in almost every household and is among the earliest recorded.
It is also a rare example of a domesticated monster. The monster, like all members of the cephalopodic family, are masters of camouflage. The bareback impaler is nearly indistinguishable from the traditional chair. Continue reading Wordoodle: The Bareback Impaler