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DISAPPOINTMAN: Cephalopodic Vitae

When the body of a giant squid washed up on the shores of Cornwall, they cut it open to find several bits of chewed up job application forms – this shows that cephalopods are more successful at getting jobs, besides, I don’t think anyone can honestly say that they’ve known an unemployed squid, so…

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