*can't stop laughing* Oh dear heavens, this is quite similar to the tactic that is enforced to bathe my English Bulldog! *tears and laughter-I could not have asked for anything better* Thank you for your incredible imagination and talent and the courage to show it to us all.
As an odd octopus fact, octopuses are very hygienic. They spend a good portion of their time cleaning their skin with their suckers, and every couple of days they will do this little twisty move with their arms that helps shed their old sucker-pad liners. Its pretty neat to watch as the octopus will twirl up and then POP! all of these white cup shaped things come flying off.
Hey buddy, what's called suction cups? If you're referring to the organs on the bottom of octopus and squid arms or at the ends of squid clubs, those are properly referred to as sucker pads in the biology community. Mostly because the underlying structures are rounded pad shapes when the octopus or squid aren't engaging tension on the pad.