The Barracuda I See

The Barracuda is a ray-finned fish known for its large size and fearsome appearance. Its body is long, fairly compressed, and covered with small, smooth scales because


The Barracuda is a Man known for his large size and fearsome appearance but really is a weakling who has no self worth but looks to take advantage of situations and people .

Barracudas are voracious, opportunistic Predictors  relying on surprise and short bursts of speed (up to 27 miles per hour (43 km/h) to overtake their prey


Barracudas are insecure men who rely on speculation trends and a large degree of adrenalin to achieve goals. they lack character.

 Barracudas are scavengers, and may mistake snorkellers for large predators, following them in hopes of eating the remains of their prey.


 Barracudas are men who never work hard or take initiative they settle for whatever life gives them, and follow blindly in hope of miracle manner “LAZY PEOPLE”.

Diamond rings and other shiny objects have been known to catch their attention and resemble prey to them. Caution should be taken when swimming near barracudas


Vanity and Material things have been known to catch their attention and resemble a life worth living  to them. Caution should be taken when dealing with such men .

They are most often eaten as fillets or steaks. Larger species, like the Great Barracuda, have been implicated in cases of ciguatera food poisoning.


They are employed to work in sensitive positions but due to their lack of capacity they do not reach desired goals which put their organisations in a compromising state .

Southern  Nigerians smoke them for use in  soups


southern Nigerians Kidnap such men and hold them to Ransom .

Adults of most species are more or less solitary, while young and half-grown fish frequently congregate


Adults men are more solitary for fear of consequence, while young and half-grown men frequently move around in cliques and gangs .

i wonder and ponder on this for if this kind of character is both aquatic and terrestrial what hope do we have of overcoming this sickness called “a flawed Man”



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