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Entry from October 31, 2020
“The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years without brains gives hope to many”

"The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years without brains gives hope to many people” is a jocular saying that has been printed on many images. Authorship is unknown, but the saying probably originated on an image.

“The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years without a brain gives hope to stupid people” was posted on Twitter by Jacob Thomas on September 17, 2013. “The fact that Jellyfish have survived for 650 million years despite not having brains, gives great hope to stupid people” was posted on Twitter by Matt on September 19, 2013. “The fact that jellyfish have survived 650 million years despite not having a brain gives me hope for some people” was posted on Twitter by Dan Trowbridge on September 27, 2013.

“Seeing as jellyfish have survived for 650 million years without having brains, gives hope to a massive number of you lot !” was posted on Twitter by Van Commander on January 10, 2014. “Quote of the day: ‘The fact that jellyfish survived 650 million years without a brain gives hope for many people’” was posted on Twitter by Veronika Timofeeva on April 20, 2014.

“The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years despite not having brains gives hope to many people” was posted on Twitter by Clare de Lune on July 19, 2014. “The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years without brains, gives hope to many many people” was posted on Twitter by Sam on April 30, 2015.


Wikipedia: Jellyfish
Jellyfish and sea jellies are the informal common names given to the medusa-phase of certain gelatinous members of the subphylum Medusozoa, a major part of the phylum Cnidaria. Jellyfish are mainly free-swimming marine animals with umbrella-shaped bells and trailing tentacles, although a few are anchored to the seabed by stalks rather than being mobile. The bell can pulsate to provide propulsion for highly efficient locomotion.

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Jacob Thomas
@Jacoblovesyou21
The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years without a brain gives hope to stupid people.
3:00 PM · Sep 17, 2013·Twitter for Android

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Matt
@DJ_iMatt
The fact that Jellyfish have survived for 650 million years despite not having brains, gives great hope to stupid people.
8:35 PM · Sep 19, 2013·Facebook

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Dan Trowbridge
@datrowbridge
The fact that jellyfish have survived 650 million years despite not having a brain gives me hope for some people.
4:59 PM · Sep 27, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

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The Last Unicorn YouKnow
@Scorpio1080
The fact that Jellyfish have survived for the last 650 million years without a brain gives hope to Stupid people.
11:31 AM · Dec 31, 2013·Twitter for Android

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Van Commander
@VanCommander
Seeing as jellyfish have survived for 650 million years without having brains, gives hope to a massive number of you lot !
10:14 AM · Jan 10, 2014 from Gateshead, England·Twitter for Android

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Vadim Nikulin
@NikulinVadim
The fact that jellyfish survived 650 million years without brain gives hope to many people
4:15 PM · Apr 19, 2014·Twitter Web Client

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Veronika Timofeeva
@LaLucide
Quote of the day: “The fact that jellyfish survived 650 million years without a brain gives hope for many people”
6:52 PM · Apr 20, 2014·Twitter Web Client

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Tyler
@TyPajerski
The fact that jellyfish survived 500 million years without brains gives me hope for some of the people I interact with daily.
8:59 AM · Jun 24, 2014·Twitter for iPhone

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Clare de Lune
@naisantos45
The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years despite not having brains gives hope to many people.
11:25 PM · Jul 19, 2014·Twitter Web Client

Google Books
Of Wit N Humour
Compiled by Vincent Thnay
Lulu Press (Lulu.com)
2015
Pg. ?:
The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years despite not having brains gives hope to many people. - Unknown

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Sam
@SamCGon
The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years without brains, gives hope to many many people
1:55 PM · Apr 30, 2015·TweetDeck

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Janis Ian
April 18, 2019 ·
QOTD: “The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years despite not having brains gives hope to many people.”

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Title The Fact That Jellyfish Have Survived for 650 Million Years Without Brains Gives Hope to Many People: 6x9 Funny Blank Lined Notebook Journal Funny Unique Gift for Birthady: Minion Quotes and Memes
Author Acti effectiveCreative Journals
Publisher Independently Published, 2020
ISBN 1659216915, 9781659216912
Length 110 pages

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Haroun Rashid
@HarounRashid2
#Overheard The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years without brains gives hope to many.
1:55 AM · Jan 22, 2020·Twitter Web App

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Koala_Walla
@ItsKoalaTeaTime
The fact that jellyfish have survived 650 million years without brains gives me hope for the people trying to figure out roundabouts.
8:36 AM · Jun 26, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Crazy World
Poster based in Spain · October 31, 2020 at 5:57 AM ·
THE FACE THAT JELLYFISH HAVE SURVIVED FOR 650 MILLION YEARS WITHOUT BRAINS GIVES HOPE TO MANY PEOPLE.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityWork/Businesses • Saturday, October 31, 2020 • Permalink